Very long awaited Intel Comet Lake Desktop CPUs might appear this year before the official Ryzen 4000 series launch. One tiny advantage that holds Intel in the premium enthusiast market is high frequency speed per core performance. This time around, 10th Gen Intel Core i7-10700F with no integrated graphics leaked. Obviously, like previous Coffee Lake CPUs the Non-K Intel CPU models are not overclockable, so this i7 chip is locked at certain turbo frequency and you must pair it with discrete graphics card like AMD or Nvidia. All in all, it’s a last Gen’s core count upgrade for i7-9700F model. The quasarzone forum first revealed this amazing screenshot sharing of Cinebench R20 results before twitter user momomo_us retwitted to whole community.
Best part of this 14nm++ based Comet Lake S CPU is 8 Core 16 Thread configuration that might beat Ryzen 7 3700X in a heavy rendering workloads. In a theoretical assumptions some people may come to conclusion that Ryzen 7 3700X is equal to this Core i7-10700F with stock performance. Because guru3d.com did amazing benchmarks of Ryzen 9 3900X vs Ryzen 7 3700X in Cinebench R20 and 15. So the score result of Ryzen 7 3700X were 482 at single core and 4760 at multicore points. However, Core i7-10700F got little bit higher results by scoring 492 at single and 4781 at multicore. As a consequence, Ryzen 7 3700X will compete toe-to-toe against i7-10700F for sure. Waiting for independent reviews is better backup plan before buying this Come Lake Core i7 desktop processor. On the other hand, world still don’t know what’s the raw or OC performance of i7-10700K version.
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