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    Intel Core i7-10700F with 8C/16T spotted on Cinebench

    Multi-thread performance sits snugly between Ryzen 7 3700X and Core i9-9900K.
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    Re: Intel Core i7-10700F with 8C/16T spotted on Cinebench

    I know it's a bit premature...But the pricing of these processors will have to be quite low, as the need for a new motherboard and beefy cooling solution will have to be factored in, given the reported high power requirements of the new 10th gen.

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    Re: Intel Core i7-10700F with 8C/16T spotted on Cinebench

    Funny how it's benched against old gen 1 AMD cpu's....

    Just for reference 3800x (8c/16t) is around 510/4960 in cinebench r20 according to benches online. The thing is that the odds are that this will actually be priced closer to the next step up in AMD's range and well the 3900x hits even higher at 7180 for multi....

    Yes I know there's a clock difference which does show intel still has good performance per clock but at the same time Ryzen 4 isn't exactly far off either...

    While there is a side of me wanting Intel to bring out a 'closer' performing option so it brings down prices overall I'm at the same time enjoying Intel struggling due to their complacency.

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    Re: Intel Core i7-10700F with 8C/16T spotted on Cinebench

    Erm, whys the GPU blanked out?

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    Re: Intel Core i7-10700F with 8C/16T spotted on Cinebench

    are they exploit free?

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    Re: Intel Core i7-10700F with 8C/16T spotted on Cinebench

    Quote Originally Posted by LSG501 View Post
    Funny how it's benched against old gen 1 AMD cpu's....

    Just for reference 3800x (8c/16t) is around 510/4960 in cinebench r20 according to benches online. The thing is that the odds are that this will actually be priced closer to the next step up in AMD's range and well the 3900x hits even higher at 7180 for multi....

    Yes I know there's a clock difference which does show intel still has good performance per clock but at the same time Ryzen 4 isn't exactly far off either...

    While there is a side of me wanting Intel to bring out a 'closer' performing option so it brings down prices overall I'm at the same time enjoying Intel struggling due to their complacency.
    cinebench always does that, it's only got a few results set to display. It *could* be sold for the same price as a 3700X and would be a good deal, we don't know yet - it's unlikely to be, but then it was unlikely for intel to half the price on their workstation chips

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    Re: Intel Core i7-10700F with 8C/16T spotted on Cinebench

    Quote Originally Posted by Xlucine View Post
    cinebench always does that, it's only got a few results set to display. It *could* be sold for the same price as a 3700X and would be a good deal, we don't know yet - it's unlikely to be, but then it was unlikely for intel to half the price on their workstation chips
    You can also select chips to show in cinebench, or at least you could last time I tried it (been a while)....also pretty sure the last time I used it there was less than that shown so they might have added some in.

    The odds of Intel lowering consumer chips seems pretty low to me, they haven't really done anything with the current ones when you think about it. The workstation chips was more a case of bringing them to their 'real' price rather than milking us due to no competition.

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    Re: Intel Core i7-10700F with 8C/16T spotted on Cinebench

    Quote Originally Posted by [GSV]Trig View Post
    Erm, whys the GPU blanked out?
    Maybe it's an Ampere part?

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