AMD has released the Ruilong 3000 processor these days, with 7-nm technology and up to 16 cores and 32 threads. The performance of single-core and multi-core has made great progress. Especially, the performance of single-core and multi-core has been shameful before the snowfall, and it is chasing Intel Core i9 directly. It has high energy efficiency, high performance-price ratio and its advantages are too fast to count.
AMD is now proud of horseshoe disease. What about Intel? At the Taipei Computer Show at the end of May this year, Intel released Ice Lake, a 10-generation Core Processor, using a new Sunny Cove architecture and 10-nm technology, but Ice Lake is currently mainly aimed at mobile platforms and has nothing to do with desktop CPUs.
Desktop CPU needs some time to go up to 10nm technology and new architecture. According to the previous information, the desktop version still depends on Comet Lake (Comet Lake) or 14nm technology, but the number of cores/threads continues to increase. The mainstream platform will have 10 cores and 20 threads this time.
Recently, the network has flowed out the 10-generation Core Processor SKU of Intel Comet Lake processor. The number of CPU cores has increased to 10 cores on the basis of the existing 8 cores. The CPU acceleration frequency has increased again by about 200 MHz, while the memory frequency has increased to DDR4-3200, and the price remains unchanged.
But the most surprising thing isIntel really launched the 14nm process.We all know that Intel has now launched three generations of 14nm processes, the latest of which is 14nm, and officials have avoided talking about whether there is a new improved version of 14nm (not on the road map so far), but another 14nm process seems a little out of common sense, especially when netizens are dissatisfied.
Another bad news is that the LGA interface will be changed again. The list of SKU is LGA1159, which has eight pins more than the current LGA1151. It's bound to change the motherboard and chipset again.
From this explosion, there are three top-level 10-core 20-thread processors, all shielded from verification. The flagship model is Core i9-10900KF, 10-core 20-thread, base frequency is 3.4 GHz, acceleration frequency is 4.6 GHz, TB 3.0 acceleration frequency is 5.2 GHz, 105W TDP, 20MB cache, and the price is 499 US dollars.
With the increase of the number of cores, the product line specifications of Core i9/i7/i5/i3 have changed. Core i9 is 10 cores and 20 threads, Core i7 is 8 cores and 16 threads, Core i5 is 6 cores and 12 threads, Core I3 is 4 cores and 8 threads, and HT hyperthreads are popular all over the line. The weakest I3 specifications are equivalent to Core i7 two years ago. Yes.
If you only look at the specifications of 10 generations of Core processor, there is some authenticity, but from the point of view of 14nm process, the authenticity of this disclosure is questionable. If Intel really intends to launch 14nm process, then Intel obviously determines that everyone does not mind the process, there are 10 core 5.2GHz processors, the price remains the same, it is really fragrant warning.