|Item model number||BX8070110700K|
|Item Weight||2.82 ounces|
|Package Dimensions||4.65 x 4.17 x 1.89 inches|
|Date First Available||May 20, 2020|
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Intel Core i7-10700K Desktop Processor 8 Cores up to 5.1 GHz Unlocked LGA1200 (Intel 400 Series Chipset) 125W (BX8070110700K)
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|CPU Model||Core i7|
|Processor Speed||3.8 GHz|
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- 8 Cores / 16 Threads
- Socket type LGA 1200
- Up to 5.1 GHz unlocked
- Compatible with Intel 400 series chipset based motherboards
- Intel Turbo Boost Max Technology 3.0 support
- Intel Optane Memory support
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10th Gen Intel Core i7-10700K unlocked desktop processor. Featuring Intel Turbo Boost Max Technology 3.0, unlocked 10th Gen Intel Core desktop processors are optimized for enthusiast gamers and serious creators and help deliver high performance overclocking for an added boost. Thermal solution NOT included in the box. ONLY compatible with 400 series chipset based motherboard. 125W.
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The PC world is weird. Always chasing $50 savings. Too many games have CPU bottlenecks. I debated hard between just buying a 3700x to replace my 2700x versus the hard MB/CPU upgrade to Intel. But AMD had left me frustrated. My 2700x was never maxed out and I couldn’t tell what was bottleknecking me. The 3700x didn’t promise much higher clock speeds so I wasn’t sure if an upgrade would help. I play Rust on 1440p and my GPU and CPU would sit at 60% utilization or less with frames only around 70fps. First test with the 10700k stock and I’m at 135fps, max graphic settings. My GPU is now pumping out 99% utilization and the game feels amazing.
This chip runs cool on stock. Idk where all the bad thermal predictions came from, but it didn’t happen. Haven’t even OC’d it yet and honestly I may not need to until I upgrade off of my 2080super. But that’s not happening any time soon. I’m hitting 144fps on 1440p max settings now in every FPS game and that was the goal.
Thank you Intel, you nailed this one. The 9th gen had some cost/heat issues and that made me give AMD a try and I’m glad to be back!
For anyone choosing a card. The 10700k is the sweet spot for gaming and streaming. If you only game, I think the 10600k is a cheaper but same performance. I don’t see any need for the 10900k.
I don't upgrade often, and until now I was still running my trusty 4790k, which still can hold it's own pretty well, but now with the 10700k, the 1080 isn't bottlenecked by my CPU any more, and it's VERY noticeable in certain games I normally saw slight issues.
Should you upgrade 9th gen, or even 8th gen to 10th gen? Honestly, probably not. But if you're say, a few of more generations behind now, it's a worthy upgrade. Yes it's an upgraded 9900k, but that's still really good for ~$400!
(pic included just because I find it hilarious how absurdly big the Noctua D15 cooler is)
1 MONTH UPDATE:
So yeah it's just shy of a month using it and it's been a beast. I haven't messed with clocks at all since the built in boosts do the job fine, especially paired with the D15 keeping it nice and cool. Haven't gone above 60c in full load yet.
CPUC: Noctua NH-D15 Chromax
MOBO: MSI Z490-A PRO
RAM: 32GB (4x8GB) HyperX Fury DDR4 3200
GFX: MSI GTX 1080 Gaming X
PSU: Seasonic Focus Plus Gold 750w
DRIVES: 250GB Samsung 970 EVO Plus M.2, 1TB Seagate SSHD, 2TB Samsung 860 Evo SSD, 4TB WD Black HDD
Was originally worried about temps as most reviews said 10th gen Intels are running hot. I have a Noctua NH-U12S cooling this without issues (not overclocked). CPU does heat up immensely in Warzone where a 3-4 hour gaming session has temperatures in the mid 70s c.
Pubg, dota 2, and escape from tarkov this CPU only heats up to high 50's to low 60's which is better than I expected. I personally won't overclock this until I invest in a better air cooler or aio. Will update this review as I complete testing and benchmarks.
There were some concerns regarding the idle and under load temperatures, but I have not seen any temperatures above 65C even during continuous stress testing on stock clock speeds.
If you DO plan to overclock the CPU, it seems like a no-brainer invest in a better cooling solution (probably AIO with 240 mm radiator) and a motherboard with decent VRMs.
my FPS jumped from 320hz to 360hz, just in time for that 360hz monitor.
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Overclocks very easy, but I am sticking with Intel boosting to 5.1Ghz, as it's nice and stable, cooler, and clocks down when the power isn't needed. I used a Dark Rock Pro 4, and a Gigabyte Vision G Z490 Motherboard - loved the white design, loved all those USB ports. Nice BIOS.
Bit expensive, especially since this is just a refresh of a refresh, of a refresh - Intel are still stuck on 14nm process.
But you can always count on Intel for gaming and emulation, and this CPU doesn't disappoint.
Considerato l'affinamento del processo produttivo risulta abbastanza facile da tenere sotto controllo anche dal punto di vista termico.
Il costo rimane indubbiamente alto per un 8 core ma tutto sommato il numero di istruzioni per ciclo con frequenza di 5,1 Ghz risulta quasi paritario, e, data la monoliticità garantisce l'assenza di latenze o di errori di memoria non previsti causati dalle stesse.
Finalmente un valido upgrade dalla prima generazione di skylake.
this CPU is perfect haven't had any issue yet other than it does run a little hot but i have a huge CPU cooler so its only reaching high 60's on not hugely intensive games