Intel is preparing for a big battle against AMD Ryzen 3rd Gen series with it’s 10th Gen Comet Lake CPU lineup. Recently, Intel unintentionally revealed big information about upcoming Comet Lake Processors through DCL (Dear Customer Letter) update. First person who detected these valuable data was momomo_us from twitter. Specific names for leaked processors are 10th Gen Comet Lake Core i5-10600, i5-10500, i5-10400, i5-10400F, i3-10320, i3-10100, Pentium G6600, G6500, G6400 and Celeron G5920, G5900 desktop CPUs. Also low powered “T” models are included for OEM PCs mostly. Furthermore, workstation horse power Xeon W-1250 with base clock of 3.3 GHz turbo clock of 4.4 GHz 80W TDP is revealed too.
Eventually, most highlighted Core i5-10600 gets a whopping 12 MB L3 cache, 65W TDP, base clock is 3.3GHz and turbo clock is 4.4 GHz frequency. Peoples’ future favorite and budget friendly i5-10400F similarly takes 65W TDP, 12 MB L3 cache and lower base clock speed of 2.9 GHz with turbo boost up to 4.0 GHz. Moreover, i3-10100 has 65W TDP too but lower cache size with only 6 MB, 3.6 GHz base clock and 4.1 GHz turbo. Entry level Pentium Gold G6400 stuck at 4 MB L3 cache size, 58W TDP and amazing all cores pegged to 4.0 GHz. Christmas and New Year Eve holidays will bring joy plus new Intel chips also coming to warm you up.
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