First benchmarks of the Intel Core i9-10900X hit the Internet! – After the success of AMD Ryzen 3000 processors based on 7nm Zen 2 architecture, here are the first results of Intel's response… Or so to speak, the Intel Core 1000! Starting right from the flagship i9-10900X based on the Cascade Lake X platform.
First of all, we have to say that these results were taken from a Dell OEM workstation with a 4.4GHz boost frequency.
Intel Core i9-10900X first benchmark hit the Internet
AMD Ryzen 3000 Response Arrives in Q1 2020
Many have been the juicy details about the Intel Comet Lake-S coming to the Internet. After all, we already know that the platform will be completely different, with the LGA 1200 socket, in an attempt to bring the 10 cores to the mainstream market. (Forgetting backwards compatibility with the remaining range of processors in the market)
Why a different socket? The answer is very simple… K versions of the most well-equipped processors in this range will reach 125W of TDP! (With very high boost frequencies, hopefully). Of course these processors will continue to be based on Intel's 14nm process, but still, AMD is likely to shake a little.
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Microsoft will swap Intel for AMD on new Surface!
If you don't know, Microsoft has always exclusively used Intel hardware in its Surface! And in fact, this was what made the most sense… After all, Intel offered more performance as well as more efficiency compared to AMD's offer. So far…
Microsoft's switch from Intel to AMD shows the growth and impact the Ryzen have had on the market!
So it seems that AMD has done enough with the Ryzen 2000 and Ryzen 3000 processors to fall in favor with Microsoft. Since the giant responsible for Windows, is planning to use Ryzen 3000 CPUs on their new Surface machines. (According to the latest rumors)
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