News Intel 10th Gen Comet Lake Leak: Specs for F-Series Desktop CPUs Posted

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All these boosts are confusing, and 'more kinds of boost' seems like an odd way to segment the product stack.
yup. they mean A LOT of very technical stuff and it sums up to this:
3.7 is the baseline cpu will hold if you provide 150W of cooling.
5.1 will be held for 1 core for first 60 sec of heavy load on first core. 4.8 if you load more than one.
in case of good VRM cpu can go to 5.2
in case you still have low temp (I think it was under 60?) cpu will try to boost to 5.3 (probably ~300W of cooling required)

long story short it means most people will not see anything more than 5.1 but marketing had to think of something to counter Ryzenvasion
 
125W TDP for the K series means 250W while under load. The 65W chips will be 130-150W while under load.
Both turbo and PBO will boost (both power and clocks) as high as possible for a short period of time to get things done as fast as possible,especially if the CPU was idle for a while.
If you keep a load going for a while intel's 14nm actually draws less power than TSMC's 7nm...140 for the 9900k against 170 for the 3700x.
https://www.extremetech.com/computing/294473-amds-ryzen-7-3700x-and-ryzen-7-3900x-reviewed-red-storm-ryzen
 
Both turbo and PBO will boost (both power and clocks) as high as possible for a short period of time to get things done as fast as possible,especially if the CPU was idle for a while.
If you keep a load going for a while intel's 14nm actually draws less power than TSMC's 7nm...140 for the 9900k against 170 for the 3700x.
https://www.extremetech.com/computing/294473-amds-ryzen-7-3700x-and-ryzen-7-3900x-reviewed-red-storm-ryzen
Strange that is the only publication that I have ever read that shows those power consumption numbers. Every other publication that I have read shows load numbers MASSIVELY lower than that.
https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/ryzen-9-3900x-7-3700x-review,6214-3.html
 
Strange that is the only publication that I have ever read that shows those power consumption numbers. Every other publication that I have read shows load numbers MASSIVELY lower than that.
https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/ryzen-9-3900x-7-3700x-review,6214-3.html
Extremetech tested two different versions of Prime and they have massively different power draws on intel chips,most other publication don't even bother with telling you the version they used or that there are such massive differences between versions.
 

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