Apparently, AMD decided to give up its Zen 2+ architecture, waiting for 2021 to launch the new range of Ryzen 4000 products based on the new and renewed Zen 3 architecture. This is because, apparently, Intel was not going to have anything new, or nothing threatening enough to launch a new range of products, based on something that was not that innovative compared to what we already have on the market.
However, according to a new ‘leak’, it looks like Intel’s new supreme will even bring a significant performance boost! That is, if the 9900k was already the fastest processor on the market for games, the 10900k will take this to a completely different level, bringing a 30% increase in real performance.
(Leak) Core i9-10900K 30% faster than the 9900K !?
So as we get closer to the launch of the new Intel Comet Lake, we’ve also received more and more information about Intel’s new processor range. A range that will have the heavy task of finding the AMD Ryzen 3000 against the wall.
That said, the latest leaks finally show an Intel Core i9-10900k in all its glory, beating the current 9900K with a 30% increase in performance. This according to a benchmark in the database of the GeekBench test. Now see:
Intel Core i9-10900K
ASRock Z490M Pro4
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In short, the new Core i9-10900K on an ASRock Z490M platform with 32GB of DDR4 memory, achieved a score of 1437 in the single-core test, however, at the multi-core level, it reached 11,390 points. In comparison, the 9900K reached 1340 (single-core) and 8787 (multi-core)
Interestingly, in January, a 30% performance increase was mentioned. However, it was also said that the 10900K was going to be a processor hungry for electricity. Something that was apparently solved by Intel engineers.
As for the launch, several sources refer to April as the month of launch. However, due to COVID-19, the possibility of postponing the launch to June is currently on the table. But that seems very unlikely, especially if AMD decides to anticipate its launch plans, bringing the Ryzen 4000 to the third or fourth quarter of 2020.
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