Yeah, that's four CB20 benchmark scores from four unleased processors. Core i3-10300 and i3-10100 are of course Comet lake, socket LGA1200 processors with 4-cores/8-threads, and SMT hyper-threading).
The i3-10100 is an entry-level part that clocks in at 3.60 GHz and gets a 4.30 GHz boost; the i3-10300 is clocked at 3.70 GHz base and 4.40 GHz boost. Both at a 65 W TDP. L3 cache is different for each. the i3-10100 has 6 MB, the i3-10300 has 8 MB. Cinebench R20 scores of the two chips got leaked to the web through CPU-Monkey and then posted at 3DCenter. Check out the results table comparing top last weeks announced (but unreleased Ryzen 3000 Series 3 3100 and 3300X.
That difference is tight/marginal at best alright.
|technology||CB20 ST||CB20 MT||source|
|Ryzen 3 3300X||AMD Zen 2, 4C / 8T, 3.8 / 4.3 GHz, 65W||491||2341||CPU monkey|
|Ryzen 3 3100||AMD Zen 2, 4C / 8T, 3.6 / 3.9 GHz, 65W||444||2154||CPU monkey|
|Ryzen 5 1500X||AMD Zen 1, 4C / 8T, 3.5 / 3.7 GHz, 65W||341||1811||CPU monkey|
|Core i3-10300||Intel Comet Lake, 4C / 8T, 3.7 / 4.4 GHz, 65W||457||2330||CPU monkey|
|Core i3-10100||Intel Comet Lake, 4C / 8T, 3.6 / 4.3 GHz, 65W||448||2284||CPU monkey|
|Core i7-7700K||Intel Kaby Lake, 4C / 8T, 4.2 / 4.5 GHz, 95W||466||2257||CPU monkey|