Intel Core i9-10900K Beats i9-9900K In Latest Time Spy Benchmark Score Using ASRock Z490 Taichi Motherboard, PCIe Gen4 NVMe SSD & 3800MHz G.Skill DDR4 Memory

Upcoming most anticipated and fastest gaming CPU is probably 10th Gen Intel Comet Lake Core i9-10900K processor packed with 10 Core 20 Thread monster configuration running at base 3.7 GHz and turbo velocity boost 5.3 GHz according to latest leaks by videocardz twitter account. By the way it’s still built on 14nm+++ process node. Story doesn’t end there yet with specs but more important leak comes from _rogame user’s reply to videocardz twitter post. Finally, single core oriented king Core i9-9900K is defeated by it’s own successor in Time Spy results.

So, the flagship gaming CPU i9-10900K was paired with ASRock Z490 Taichi motherboard to run some benchmarks including SiSoft Sandra software as a result exposing it’s full final specs to general public. It really is, running at 5.3 GHz practically according to above leaked image.

Most exciting part of came out from Time Spy results. In there, CPU score is purely stated as 15 682 points for latest Core i9-10900K’s run using high speed XMP enabled G.Skill 32GB memory at 3800MHz frequency. PCIe Gen4 500GB Corsair Force Series MP600 hard drive choice is suspiciously hinting at ASRock Z490 Taichi motherboard’s PCIe Gen4 support for 10th Gen Comet Lake CPUs. If Intel does include PCIe 4th Gen chipset specs then you may witness hot competition against AMD’s X570 lineup.

In comparison, Core i9-10900K eats i9-9900K for lunch by scoring nearly 10% higher points in Time Spy against the latest 14 263 points results of it’s predecessor. Could it be IPC performance increase or new velocity boost technology is helping 10th Gen CPU or extra 2 Cores and 4 Threads also might be in effect? Let’s see independent results then, might be from Tech enthusiasts like Gamers Nexus and Hardware Unboxed YouTube legends this summer.

Source: Videocardz & _rogame via Twitter