While it might be the hero product of the 10th Gen Intel Core desktop processors, the new Intel Core i9-10900K is definitely not alone. Accompanying the chip which Intel has claimed as the world’s fastest gaming processor are 31 other Comet Lake-S processors that ranging from a variation of Core i9-10900K that comes without an integrated graphics down to the Celeron-class 35W dual-core offering.
Given the number of processors involved in the list, you can generally divide them into three categories. The first group is the main Intel Core series which covers 17 processors from the 65W Core i3-10110 quad-core octo-thread processor model up to the 125W 10-core 20-thread monster that is the Core i9-10900K:
The second group is the budget-oriented Pentium and Celeron-class processors that are also part of the Comet Lake-S family. As you can see below, these processors are generally priced at under USD 100 (~RM 430):
Last but not least, the third group is consisted of the T-series processors which have lower power consumption as opposed to their counterparts in the first two groups that we mentioned above. From Celeron up till Core i9, there seemed to be T-series processor at each price range:
According to Intel, consumers can expect to see these new 10th Gen Intel Core processors to be available throughout the world next month. However, their release date and price range in Malaysia is not yet known at the moment which is why you might want to get in touch with your favourite PC component dealers for more in-depth information.