Intel announced the drawing of a 10-core Comet Lake-S CPU
chipmaker Intel has been reported to develop a 10-core consumer-based CPU called " Comet Lake-S family.
This is based on a specific Taiwanese forum that claims to have a 10-core chip The Comet Lake-S family was mentioned during an affiliate meeting.
Intel's 10th-gen Coment Lake-S chips are still based on the 14nm process queue by mail, which is hardly surprising given the long documented struggle of a chip card in a 10nm process.
Recent rumors claim that a company could design a deadly 10nm process, but Intel broke the report quickly, told reporters INQ: "The media that today announced that Intel will end in the 10nm process is not true," the spokesman told us.
"We're promoting 10nm development, and outputs improve the timeliness we've shared during our last report."
We do not know much about other rumors about the 10-core Comet Lake-S CPU, but the online Murmur suggests it is designed for the LGA115x mainstream workstation and uses a two-line bus connection that would help with heat losses; Intel has been criticized for the low thermal efficiency of the eight-core Core i9-9900K CPU.
According to the report WCCFTech, The CPU is likely to sell around $ 500 (about 390 euros) when it starts next year. However, it points out that if Intel's 14nm delivery does not return to normal mode, it can claim up to $ 550 – $ 600 (£ 430- £ 470).
Intel has not yet returned our comments.
Although it is interesting to hear Intel's 10-core processor, it has to compete with the competing AMD, which is preparing to launch a 7nm Zen 2 architecture mainstream processor. μ