As the resource writes Tom’s Hardware, Intel may release another Comet Lake-S processor. As part of some official document of the manufacturer, describing the conditions of the promotion, during which buyers of certain models of Intel chips will be able to get a free copy of the Crysis Remastered game, an unannounced Core i9-10900KS appeared.
The manufacturer has experimented in the past with producing select versions of its flagship processors. You can recall the appearance of the “anniversary” Core i7-8086K or premium Core i9-9900KS. Their feature was the ability to support a higher value of the maximum clock frequency with more cores. For example, all eight cores of the same Core i9-9900KS could operate at 5 GHz even under full multi-threaded load associated with executing AVX instructions that heavily load the chip. A regular Core i9-9900K could also automatically overclock up to 5 GHz, but only on several cores simultaneously. As the load increased, the core clock dropped until it eventually stopped at 4.7 GHz.
It is possible that the unanimated Intel Core i9-10900KS model will be able to offer similar capabilities, such as automatic overclocking to 5.0 across all ten 14nm cores, without any potential throttling issues. Recall that a regular Intel Core i9-10900K is capable of automatically overclocking up to 5.2 GHz (5.3 GHz including TVB) on one core or up to 4.9 GHz across all cores.
At the moment, all of the above is about Intel Core i9-10900KS is only a guess. Unfortunately, the Intel document does not provide information on when this processor will be presented, or if there will be any.
By the way, in the same list of processors, other models of Intel’s unanosized chips are indicated, probably intended for the desktop segment – Core i5-10390F and Core i5-10505.
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