A few days ago, a leak from the Baidu forums, which has now been deleted, showed an Intel Core i9-10900K processor running at 5.4 GHz with the Cinebench R15 benchmark software . The latest from Intel showed its 10 cores and 20 threads working in unison, understand by that: 5.4 GHz on the 10 cores. Tested with an ASRock Phantom Gaming 4 AX motherboard and G-Skill RAM clocked at 3200MHz in Class 14, it would have required a voltage of 1.35V according to the CPU-Z software which allowed it to reach the 3002 points in CineBench R15 Multi-core. With its 125 Watt TDP and 14 nm engraving, the results are rather unexpected.
A leak that offers great promise, but to be sure whether the result will prove true it will be necessary to wait until May 20, the date of the official launch of the Intel Core i9-10900K processor. As a reminder, it will have 10 cores, with 20 Threads and will be engraved in 14 nm, with a boost to 4.9 GHz on all of its cores.