Geekbench 4 online database suggests that HP hardware developers are preparing Pavilion All-In-One desktop PC featuring Intel’s 10th Gen Comet Lake Processor with 10 Core 20 Thread and 20MB of L3 Cache. Obviously, as per previously online leaked information about 14nm++ Intel Comet Lake desktop series processors this 10 Core variant seemingly appears to be i9-10900 CPU model.
Predictably, 10th Gen i9-10900’s integrated GPU remains as UHD Graphics 630 which is 2x slower than AMD’s RX Vega 11 in real world gaming benchmarks found in Ryzen 5 3400G and 2400G APUs. In fact, All-In-One PC’s base frequency is chocked to 1.51 GHz and turbo boost is only 3.19 GHz due to thermal performance limitation with less air ventilated PC case. Congratulations to Intel CPU development team for catching up to the current competition given by Ryzen 3rd Gen Zen 2 CPUs up to 16 Core 32 Threads. Amazingly, Intel is very generous giving 10 Cores to affordable mainstream desktop PC specs given a fact that 3 years ago Intel Broadwell HEDT flagship i7-6950X had also 10 Cores 20 Threads for whopping $1750 price tag. Whereas current 16 Core 32 Thread flagship AMD Ryzen 9 3950X is available for $750 only.