Intel, one of the largest semiconductor manufacturers in the world, is preparing to introduce its new desktop CPU tomorrow. The company’s new CPU will have a lower price than 10900K, which belongs to the same generation.
US based semiconductor manufacturer Intel, which is one of the first companies that come to mind when it comes to PC processors, has begun counting down to offer its new generation processors to users. The company is preparing to introduce the desktop CPU Core i9-10850K tomorrow.
Core i9-10850K, which will be part of Intel’s 10th generation Comet Lake desktop CPU family, will be quite similar to the Core i9-10900K. The difference is that the new member of the family will offer a relatively lower clock rate at a lower price, which is not expected to make a huge difference in overall performance.
Intel Core i9-10850K will be introduced tomorrow
According to reports in the Wccftech Core i9-10850k, it will be introduced tomorrow, July 27, Turkey’s clock at 17:50. So this means that the embargo will be lifted. However, it is not yet clear whether the chip will be put up for sale as soon as the embargo disappears, or whether it will take time for the chip to take its place on the shelves.
Looking at the features of the CPU, it is seen that it will have 10 cores and 20 threads. The clock speed of the chip will basically be 3.60 GHz, in Core i9-10900K this speed was 3.70 GHz. The clock speed will be increased to 5.2 GHz, while the more powerful version is 5.3 GHz.
There is no explanation for TDP (Thermal Design Power) for now, but it is thought to be 125 W. The price of the chip is estimated to be $ 450. 10900K went on sale in the US at a price of $ 500.