Intel has been touting its upcoming 10nm Ice Lake architecture as the biggest upgrade in performance since 2015’s Skylake, promising IPC gains of up to 40% in some workloads. The average IPC boost is still a very average 18% (over 6th Gen, not 8th or 9th), most of it coming from the more efficient 10nm node and the new Sunny Cove core architecture. AMD claims its new Zen 2 based Ryzen 3000 processors boast a similar IPC gain of 15%, but this advantage is with regard to the Zen+ processors, not a five-year-old product stack.
Ice Lake, Sunny Cove, Comet lake and Matisse
A member of the Chinese Baidu forums has shared what he claims is the single-core performance chart of Intel’s 10th Gen lineup, both Comet Lake as well as Ice Lake, put head to head against AMD’s 7nm Ryzen 3000 “Matisse” processors.
The benchmarks paint Intel’s upcoming 10th Gen lineup in a rather positive light, with the 10nm based Ice Lake (based on the new Sunny Cove Cores) beating pretty much every consumer CPU, from the Core i9-9900KS to AMD’s Ryzen 7 3800X, all the while being clocked significantly lower at 3.6-3.7GHz.
An engineering sample of an unannounced 10nm based SunnyCove CPU can be seen with six cores and twelve threads. This part is running at 3.6GHz and easily beats the Ryzen 7 3700X (which by the way is clocked at 4.6GHz). This appears to be a future Ice Lake
There’s also a quad
A few clear-cut conclusions can be drawn from this benchmark. Firstly, Intel’s 10nm parts are indeed quite promising and should help the company fend off AMD’s Ryzen 3000 lineup, at least to some extent. Furthermore, it appears that team blue will be holding on to the IPC crown if only for a little bit longer. Another noteworthy tidbit you can draw from here is that all the 10nm parts are clocked significantly below Intel’s existing 14nm chips, meaning that the rumors about poor yields and lower clock speeds aren’t false after all. Lastly, you’ve got Comet Lake, another 14nm design stuffed into Intel’s 10th Gen product lineup, and from the looks of it, it will be nowhere as fast as Ice Lake, continuing Intel’s incremental performance jump across generations.
$399 AMD Ryzen 7 3800X Faster than $484 Intel Core i9-9900K in Geekbench
Regarding the Performance per dollar. Intel could never beat AMD, and now AMD with its Zen2 processors is hailing as the people’s champion with its honest and affordable pricing.
Intel has to reduce their product price to stay competitive.
Exactly,which they can’t, as their current users would get angry about it, feeling fooled for overpaying…
It is a 3d chiplet desing having large cache size or ram above the cpu
Intel 10 nm is as better as AMD 7 nm node design
Looking at the cost of 14+++++ design it will cost lots more that today cpu
As it is 3d desing it may have lower frequency
It will arrived at 2020 q4 or 2021 q1
Forget the cost, think of the thermals, there’s another layer to impede on the cooling process, and even the 9900K was a hot mess, now imagine adding more…
I know than cost gonna to be high
Maybe you should compare IPC gains for AMD chips along the same timelines, since 2015 instead of 2018. Or IPC for Shintel since 2018… But likely there’s no gain that way… Yeah?
There will be no ipc gain in Intel cpu , there Igpu will be better
Goo Intel no with this Intel gotta beat AMD. Iwas just waiting for that
Intel gotta beat with its 9thgen I5 6core/6thread based on 14nm it was overtaking Amd’s 10nmb6core /12 threads in gaming despite AMD having a extra advantage of 6threads. With this 10nm AMD is a loser
I am not an AMD friend but
Computer is not only about gaming
Computer is made for computing, Rendering , Encoding ,Decoding , Compression ,Decompression , Animation , Graphics design ,Image editing and video editing
In this case ryzen is better than Intel
So I am going for Ryzen
Parkin your drunk.. this benchmark is avx intensive./. nothing to see here.. lets keep moving!
This is meaningless unless we know what kind of benchmark was used.