Intel Core i7-10700 Desktop Processor 8 Cores up to 4.8 GHz LGA 1200 (Intel 400 Series Chipset) 65W, BX8070110700

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Intel Core i7-10700 Desktop Processor 8 Cores up to 4.8 GHz LGA 1200 (Intel 400 Series Chipset) 65W, BX8070110700

Intel Core i7-10700 Desktop Processor 8 Cores up to 4.8 GHz LGA 1200 (Intel 400 Series Chipset) 65W, BX8070110700

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Intel defines a sustained workload one in which the 'turbo budget' has expired, and the processor will achieve its best frequency above base frequency (but not turbo modes) . I’ve never heard of a retail processor being claimed on warranty for the reason of ‘it can't achieve the minimum frequency within the power window’, so make of that what you will. What that 65 W does do is tell system integrators, especially those that design custom chassis like MSI, ASUS, and GIGABYTE, is that they can design chassis for a 65 W processor and this will work as long as they completely disable turbo. Intel kind of screwed this up with the Tiger Lake launch in September 2020, by refusing to define a TDP rating for its new processors, instead going for a range.

The highest officially supported memory speed is 2933 MT/s, but with overclocking (and the right memory modules) you can go even higher. Plus with the availability of the i7 10700k and i5 10600k, I was wondering if the i7 10700 (non-k) would be sufficient with turbo enabled? Intel® Easy Streaming Wizard makes it easier than ever to get up and streaming with Open Broadcaster Software (OBS) in minutes, instead of hours. wapkw=hyper+threading for more information including details on which processors support Intel® HT Technology.In spite of paying attention and showing great sensitivity when providing the information, we can not guarantee 100% accuracy.

If we look at some of the other processors for comparison, both of the Core i7 use more power than Intel’s 28-core Xeon processors, and match the Xeon W-1200 series parts, although there’s still a way to go to match the Core i9-10900K. What makes it interesting is when we pair one of these 65 W parts against its 125 W overclocking counterpart, and if the extra base and turbo frequency boost is actually worth the money in an era where motherboards don't seem to care about power? In the past I’ve had discussions with Intel Fellows on the matter, and they simply suggesting that each CPU we review should be tested in several motherboards.Technologies Supported AVX2 Idle States Intel Hyper-Threading Intel Identity Protection Intel Optane Intel SpeedStep Intel Thermal Monitoring Intel Turbo Boost 2. Given that most users don’t know how to adjust any of the turbo settings, and Intel doesn’t mind if they are adjusted, these vendors change the default values, and you get this sort of situation. The turbo values that manufacturers set on the motherboards are still in warranty (I’ve asked Intel, they confirmed that their values for turbo are solely ‘recommendations'), whereas running beyond DDR4-2933 would be outside warranty. Any use made of Intel classifications are without recourse to Intel and shall not be construed as a representation or warranty regarding the proper ECCN or HTS.

The base frequency is more of a minimum guaranteed frequency, than an absolute 'this is what you will get' value under a sustained workload. It is only at 8-core loading where the 10700 spikes up by an extra 5% or so, despite the 100 MHz deficit. Additionally, IOMMU virtualization (PCI passthrough) is supported, so that guest virtual machines may directly use host hardware. For more enterprise products, such as Xeon W, Intel has locked availability to specific motherboards for those parts, we use those instead. I can deal with a 105W Ryzen pulling 150W under full load but having a "65W" part pull 215W is just BS.Intel classifications are for general, educational and planning purposes only and consist of Export Control Classification Numbers (ECCN) and Harmonized Tariff Schedule (HTS) numbers. r/Intel is the community-run subreddit to talk about anything related to Intel Corporation and it's products. This is a bit tougher, because a motherboard manufacturer can change these numbers on a whim from BIOS version to BIOS version.

Processors that support 64-bit computing on Intel® architecture require an Intel 64 architecture-enabled BIOS. In contrast, the base frequency difference is +900 MHz, and that is ultimately what the user is paying for. Please note that this processor does not come with a CPU cooler, but it has been thoroughly tested and is ready to be paired with the cooler of your choice.The understanding of the way that Intel references its TDP (thermal design point) values has gone through a mini-revolution in the last few years. In the first instance, up to 3 cores, the 10700K draws more power because it is running at higher clocks, up to +300 MHz. Over the years, Intel’s consumer processor lineup has featured its usual array of overclocking ‘K’ models, and more recently the ‘F’ series that come without integrated graphics. I’ve been asking for this for a while, to no avail; Intel has even gone as far as reducing the number of primary specifications for its latest notebook processors, which I have thoroughly disagreed with. However, for our tests in this review, we measure the power consumption of the processor in a variety of different scenarios.



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