Intel Core i9-10900K w/ 10 Cores 20 Threads at 5.1GHz Turbo Loses To AMD Ryzen 9 3900X w/ 12 Cores 24 Threads In Latest Benchmarks

Extra 2 Cores and 4 Threads are really helping AMD Ryzen 9 3900X to dominate over upcoming Intel Core i9-10900K with only 10 Cores and 20 Threads running at Base 3.7 GHz and Boost 5.1 GHz clock speed. These numbers tell you all about 7nm superiority over 14nm++ architecture. Twitter enthusiast _rogame just leaked shocking results about Core i9-10900K being defeated by Ryzen 9 3900X in Physics Score. Intel side only gets 28940 points even being powered by ASRock Z490M Pro4 premium motherboard.


Whereas, AMD side has won by expected margin with 29955 points above. These Physics score benchmarks translate into real world situation where Ryzen 9 3900X has the upper hand to handle various game engine tasks and effective equilibrium between CPU and GPU. Previously, some news outlets including wccftech YT channel reported that i9-10900K eats loads of power from the wall socket reaching up to 350W just to match the AMD’s Ryzen 9 3900X sub $600 processor. Huge power draw is a disgusting disadvantage by Intel to stay in the premium market. Last known Physics results from AMD were: 2X16GB 3200MHz gets 29955, 2X16GB 3400MHz RAM achieved 30084 and 2X16GB 3200MHz recorded at 30415 points. The official launch date is still unknown for Intel Comet Lake CPUs but one thing everyone know about them is inefficient power consumption.

Alex Krakowsky

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