If you happen to be aware of the processor market, you should know that Intel is preparing for the launch of its new Intel Core 10000 (Comet Lake-S) on April 30th. And in fact, in a slightly curious way, this date still holds… The difference is that instead of the products going to the market right away, we will have to wait at least another month, most likely due to COVID-19. (We do not yet have an official reason for this postponement)
Intel Core 10000? After all only in late May or early June!
Therefore, the new Intel Core 10000 was expected to hit the market shortly after its announcement, probably in the next 7 ~ 14 days.
However, a new ‘leak’ advanced by the renowned WCCFTech, suggests availability only at the end of May, or perhaps only at the beginning of June, in what unfortunately is not even the first postponement of these products. Since Intel 400 Series motherboards should have already been presented at CES 2020 in January, but for some reason the manufacturer has ordered all partners to hide the products. (At the time, it was speculated that the Intel Core 10000 would be delayed due to serious problems with the TDP of high-end products. In other words, Intel wanted to work on power delivery a little more.)
However, it seems that the NDA should raise on May 27, which of course is, that means on the 28th we will have reviews to give and sell, with several comparisons with the super successful Ryzen 3000, especially the most famous 3600, 3700X, 3900X and of course, the beast of 16 cores and 32 threads, 3950X.
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