The specifications for the next-generation mainstream Intel Core processors codenamed ‘Comet Lake-S’ desktop processors have been leaked online and shared via Twitter by @momomo_us. Leaked specifications show the next-generation of unlocked K-series processors will be sporting a 125W Thermal Design Power (TDP), higher than the current 9th generation Intel Core i9-9900K’s TDP at 95W only. The Comet Lake-S SKU Plan reveals three enthusiast-grade chips, an i5, i7, and i9, all of which come with Intel vPro technology that features a large collection of hardware technologies including Hyperthreading, Turbo Boost 3.0, and others.
The higher TDP values of the upcoming enthusiast-grade Comet Lake-S processors suggest higher power consumption running at base frequency compared to the current-generation Intel Core processors. However, the mainstream offerings will retain a TDP rating of 65W and the low power chips at 35W TDP.
The leaked information also revealed the chipset platform roadmap for the Intel LGA 1200 socket to feature the Intel 400 Series chipset. The Intel 400 Series chipset retains the naming scheme of the previous chipset series except for the workstation-class chipset now renamed W series.
More leaked information is released online, this time from a Spanish media Informatica Cero. Detailed spec sheet reveals the addition of Thermal Velocity Boost technology from standard mobile platforms on top of Turbo Boost technology. Only the i9-10900K and i9-10900 models have the Thermal Velocity Boost technology.
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