Intel Core processor with 10.000 naming Shows up

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Yes, what if you run out of series numbers like Core i9 9900K? Move another digit or go back to the drawing board with a new naming? Well, it appears Intel will be doing the first and could be using a 10.000 processor suffix for upcoming processor generations.

So a Core i5-10210U is found in the 3DMark database by Twitter user Apisak. That is a quadcore from the Laptop U-series with a tdp of 15W and a clock speed of 1.6GHz. It is probably a chip based on Comet Lake U that Intel still produces at 14nm.  Also, a Core i7-1065G7 is spotted in a Taiwanese forum. Based on that entry, what's in store for desktop procs? Well, It seems something like Core i9 10900K in the future? 

Intel Core processor with 10.000 naming Shows up

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