Intel Core i7-10700F to be similar to the i7-9700K, but $100-200 cheaper

The cross-platform test-suite Cinebench R20 has given some news on the latest processor of Intel by sharing its scores on a South Korean media forum. The latest processor we are talking about here is the Intel Core i7-10700F. It is slated to come to the stores and markets somewhere around March this year. This processor will mostly be used for the Comet Lake series and also for the new LGA1200 motherboard sockets.

As stated by the tests, it seems that it has 8 cores and a 16 thread processor, with a 2.9 GHz base clock and a turbo clock of 4.8 GHz. This makes this very similar to the last-generation Intel Core i9-9900K. This was all tested by Quasar Zone while using the Cinebench CPU benchmarking tool, which also uploaded these results.

The results were quite staggering at 4781 for a multi-core test and 492 on a single-core test. On the basis of these tests, it performed somewhere between how good an AMD Ryzen 7 2700X and an AMD Ryzen 7 3700X perform. This basically means that you have the right amount of price fall as well as something as good as the Intel Core i7-9700K. The price fall would give us a range of $330-$380, which is a good discount of about $100-$200. As such, the CPU is expected to be and run games as smoothly as the i7-9700K; therefore, the new i7-10700F will also be expected to run the same way.

These results could all be forged and the stats faked, but then again, AMD has been upping the game, and Intel would not like to be left behind in this mad race for power. The CPU is expected for release in March/April.


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