Intel's 10th-gen processors haven't been announced, but they are for sale

What just happened? Intel has sent out a wave of engineering sample processors, a few dozen of which are (allegedly) available for purchase on Taobao. If they actually shipped you one, then you’d be getting some very powerful hardware: those same engineering samples are beating their predecessors by 15-20% in a handful of online benchmarks.

Intel’s tenth generation processors aren’t confirmed, yet there’s little mystery surrounding them. In late December, Informatica Cero obtained slides detailing the entire lineup, and their information has been almost confirmed by about a dozen online sightings.

The flagship is the decacore i9-10900K, with a reported 5.1 GHz single-core boost and a 5.3 GHz single-core velocity boost. Two of its Fire Strike Physics scores have been uncovered, and at 28,462 and 28,988, they’re 15% and 17% higher than the 9900K’s average score of 24,741.

Its Time Spy CPU result of 13,142 is 19.5% higher than the 9900K’s average score of 10,997 as well. Both the 10900K and 10900 have been listed on Taobao, with photographs.

Model Cores/
Threads
Base (GHz) All/Single Core Boost (GHz) Single Core Turbo 3.0 (GHz) All/Single Core Velocity (GHz) TDP (Watts)
i9-10900K 10/20 3.7 4.8/5.1 5.2 4.9/5.3 125W
i9-10900 10/20 2.8 4.5/5.0 5.1 4.6/5.1 65W
i7-10700K 8/16 3.8 4.7/5.0 5.1 125W
i7-10700 8/16 2.9 4.6/4.7 4.8 65W
i5-10600K 6/12 4.1 4.5/4.8 125W
i5-10600 6/12 3.3 4.4/4.8 65W

In second place is the Core i7-10700K and i7-10700, which aren’t for sale – what a shame.

The 10700K has been spotted with a 5.3 GHz boost which is higher than the 5.0 GHz Informatica Cero’s info suggested, while the 10700 itself is falling a bit short at only 4.6 – 4.7 GHz. What’s more interesting is a Fire Strike Extreme Physics score for the 10700, which is 23.7% higher than the 9700’s average score at 23,326.

Taobao is also listing a Core i5-10600K and non-K models. Informatica Cero’s info, 3DMark entries, and CPU-Z screenshots all suggest these processors will be Intel’s first multi-threaded mid-range parts, with six cores and twelve threads.

The other mid-range and budget parts haven’t appeared much outside of Informatica Cero’s slides, so we’ll direct you back to that article if you’re curious about those as well.

Intel's 10th-gen processors haven't been announced, but they are for sale 1

Seeing that Intel is shipping engineering samples in a fairly large volume, they must be getting close to release. And with such enticing leaks, that’s exciting.

However, Intel has spent the past five years plucking performance out of an architecture and node they introduced in 2015. Their then-flagship 6700k quad-core gaming piece had a 91W TDP and a $339 price tag. The present day’s 9900K is a $488 octa-core furnace that regularly consumes in excess of 150W (but is marketed with a misleading 95W TDP, mind you…). Consequently, we can only expect that they’ve continued wringing more performance out of something that should’ve been put down years ago and have produced yet another literal burning hole in your pockets and CPU sockets.

And thus, we’d like to remind readers that the sanguinity of leaks should invoke some suspicion. The 10900K and 10700K will probably both turbo over 5 GHz and outdo their predecessors by anywhere from 15-20% in certain (ideal) workloads.

But like the 9900K, which requires specific and pricey motherboards and coolers to sustain peak performance, these new processors might conceal hidden compromise. Please wait for reviews before purchasing these chips, even if Taobao’s listing makes for an enticing offer.

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