Intel is launching a whole bunch of new 10th-gen Core “Comet Lake” processors with vPro features. Aimed at business customers, the new chips range from 15 watt, quad-core laptop processors to 125 watt, deca-core Xeon chips for desktop workstation PCs.

For the most part the vPro features won’t matter much to end users, but they should offer IT administrators some extra security and management tools for doing things like device provisioning, setting corporate policies, and enabling security features. It’s also worth noting that the vPro chips will only be available in computers with Windows 10 Pro or Windows 10 Enterprise.

There are a lot of new chips, but here’s a cheat sheet:

Laptops and mobile workstations

ChipCores/ThreadsBase freqMax freqCacheTDP
Core i5-10310U4/81.7 GHz4.4 GHz6MB15W
Core i7-10610U4/81.8 GHz4.9 GHz8MB15W
Core i7-10810U6/121.1 GHz4.9 GHz12MB15W
Core i5-10400H4/82.6 GHz4.6 GHz8MB45W
Core i7-10850H6/122.7 GHz5.1 GHz12MB45W
Core i7-10875H8/162.3 GHz5.1 GHz16MB45W
Core i9-10885H8/162.4 GHz5.3 GHz16MB45W
Xeon W-10855M6/122.8 GHz5.1 GHz12MB45W
Xeon W-10885M8/162.4 GHz5.3 GHz16MB45W

Desktops

ChipCores/ThreadsBase freqMax freqCacheTDP
Core i5-105006/123.1 GHz4.5 GHz12MB65W
Core i5-10500T6/122.3 GHz3.8 GHz12MB35W
Core i5-10500TE6/122.3 GHz3.7 GHz12MB35W
Core i5-10500E6/123.1 GHz4.2 GHz12MB65W
Core i5-106006/123.3 GHz4.8 GHz12MB65W
Core i5-10600T6/122.5 GHz4 GHz12MB35W
Core i5-10600K6/124.1 GHz4.8 GHz12MB125W
Core i7-107008/162.9 GHz4.8 GHz16MB65W
Core i7-10700T8/162 GHz4.5 GHz16MB35W
Core i7-10700TE8/162 GHz4.4 GHz16MB35W
Core i7-10700E8/162.9 GHz4.5 GHz16MB65W
Core i7-10700K8/163.8 GHz5.1 GHz16MB125W
Core i9-1090010/202.8 GHz5.2 GHz20MB65W
Core i9-10900T10/201.9 GHz4.6 GHz20MB35W
Core i9-10900TE10/201.8 GHz4.5 GHz20MB35W
Core i9-10900E10/202.8 GHz4.7 GHz20MB65W
Core i9-10900K10/203.7 GHz5.3 GHz20MB125W

Workstations

ChipCores/ThreadsBase freqMax freqCacheTDP
Xeon W-12506/123.3 GHz4.7 GHz12MB80W
Xeon W-1250E6/123.5 GHz4.7 GHz12MB80W
Xeon W-1250TE6/122.4 GHz3.8 GHz12MB35W
Xeon W-1250P6/124.1 GHz4.8 GHz12MB125W
Xeon W-12708/163.4 GHz5 GHz16MB80W
Xeon W-1270E8/163.4 GHz4.8 GHz GHz16MB80W
Xeon W-1270TE8/162 GHz4.4 GHz16MB35W
Xeon W-1270P8/163.8 GHz5.1 GHz16MB125W
Xeon W-129010/203.2 GHz5.2 GHz20MB80W
Xeon W-1290E10/203.5 GHz4.8 GHz20MB95W
Xeon W-1290T10/201.9 GHz4.7 GHz20MB35W
Xeon W-1290TE10/201.8 GHz4.5 GHz20MB35W
Xeon W-1290P10/203.7 GHz5.3 GHz20MB95W

 

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  1. How boring, still 14nm. Looks like Intel got stuck in intradimensional time-loop. Might consider hiring Picard and his Enterprise crew, cause I don’t see them coming out any time soon.
    (sarcasm)

    1. Intel’s 10th-gen is on a new Architecture (Ice Lake) and new Lithography (10nm).
      Yet, that is inferior to their old Architecture (Comet Lake) on the old Lithography (14nm). And Comet Lake really isn’t special, it’s just a rehash of Skylake that debut back in 2016. So basically, for the last 5 years Intel hasn’t done anything. AMD has truly surpassed them in-terms of: Security, IPC, Multithreading, Efficiency, oh and Price.

      2017/14nm Zen 1 (1500X, 1800X) < 2015/22nm Haswell (4790k, 5960x)
      2018/12nm Zen+ (2500X, 2700X) 2019/+14nm Coffee Lake (9350k, 9900k)
      2020/+7nm Zen 3 (4300X, 4800X > 2020/+14nm (10350k, 10700k)…probably!