The benchmark submission lists what appears to be a four-core, eight-thread Core i3-10100. It sports a 3.6 GHz base clock, which likely isn’t final, so take that frequency with a grain of salt. This shuffle in the low-end definitely means an upscale in Intel’s more powerful lineups, with HyperThreading likely being active for all of their product stack across Comet Lake – 4C, 8T Core i3; 6C, 12T Core i5; 8C, 16T Core i7; and a likely 10C, 20T Core i9 10900K that straddles the line between consumer and HEDT platforms. Of course, remember these are still built upon the 14 nm process, give or take a few “+” symbols, so don’t expect too much in terms of energy efficiency gains.
TUM_APISAK @ Twitter, via Tom’s Hardware