Intel Comet Lake line-up leaked

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Intel prepares Comet Lake for launch. Image: Rocketman - from the 1952 TV series
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Intel prepares Comet Lake for launch. Image: Rocketman - from the 1952 TV series

Upcoming 14nm Intel CPUs include 10-core, 20-thread Core i9-10900KF with a boost-clock of 5.2MHz

Intel's upcoming Comet Lake-based CPU line-up have been leaked in China, indicating a top-of-the-range ten-core, 20-thread Core i9-10900KF, capable of running at up to 5.2MHz. The leak was spotted on...

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