Intel Core i3-10100 sat gennem SANDRA, slår i3-9100 med 31% i multimedietest

Intel's 10th generation Core desktop processor lineup, based on the 14 nm 'Comet Lake' silicon, will begin with the Core i3-10100 succeeding the Core i3-9100 and i3-8100. To squeeze the most out of the microarchitecture that's essentially identical to 'Skylake,' Intel has decided to enable HyperThreading across the Core processor family, which means the i3-10100 is a 4-core/8-thread chip. Interestingly, Intel has given it just 6 MB of shared L3 cache. It's likely that the slightly beefed up i3-103xx will be differentiated with 8 MB of L3 cache. The chip has the same 3.60 GHz nominal frequency, and an unknown degree of Turbo Boost. The current-gen i3-9100 features Turbo Boost, so it's likely that its successor will also get the feature.

En SiSoft SANDRA online databasepost for i3-10100 dukkede op, hvor den har en samlet score på 382,61 MPix / s ved hjælp af multimedietest, et signifikant trin op fra de ca. 290 MPix / s i i3-9100 (en 31 procents øget ydelse ). Denne stigning i ydelsen kan tilskrives HyperThreading, da SANDRAs multimedietest udnytter den effektivt. Intel forventes at lancere Core i3-10100 omkring $ 120-mærket i konkurrence med AMD's Ryzen 3 3200G.
Source: SiSoft SANDRA Database