We do not know much more about the alleged 10-core Comet Lake -S CPU, but online marbles suggest that it is designed for the LGA115x mainstream desktop platform and uses a dual-ring bus connection would help in heat dissipation; Intel was criticized for the poor thermal performance of the eight-core Core i9-9900K CPU.
According to a report by WCCFTech the CPU is expected to cost around $ 500 next year's launch next year. It notes, however, that if Intel's 14nm bid does not return to normal until then, it could earn $ 550 to $ 600 (£ 430 to £ 470).
Intel has not yet returned our request for comment.
While it is interesting to hear that Intel is developing a 10-core CPU, the competitive AMD, which is preparing for the introduction of a 7nm Zen 2 architecture-based mainstream CPU, is highly competitive. μ