Intel će upotrijebiti petznamenkasto numeriranje modela procesora s 10. genom?


A lot of us could be wondering how Intel could number its client-segment processors after the i9-9980XE, or the 9th generation Core in general, and hoping for a major branding change or at least a change in the model numbering scheme. It turns out, Intel will brazen it out with a 5-digit model number and stick to the current scheme. Going by this scheme, the successor to the Core i7-9700K could be the Core i7-10700K, for example. Intel jumped from 3-digit to 4-digit as it transitioned from 1st gen Core to 2nd gen as it ran out of 3-digit numbers with the Core i7-9xx. It's now running out of 4-digit numbers.

Dokazi o petznamenkastom broju pojavili su se kada je tajlandski entuzijasta TUM_Apisak tvitovao snimku stranice s podacima o sustavu UL Benchmark koja opisuje neobjavljeni Core i5-10210U, koji je vjerojatno mobilni procesor koji se temelji na 10 nm 'Silk Lake-U' siliciju za kasne terminale. 2019. S nominalnom brzinom takta od 1,60 GHz i 'izviještenom' brzinom od 2,10 GHz, Turbo Boost frekvencija ovog 4-jezgrenog / 8-navonskog čipa ocijenjena je na gotovo 3,80 GHz. Japanski entuzijasta Komachi Ensaka potvrdio je to s tri druga modela modela: i3-10110U, i5-10510U i i7-10710U.