Benchmarks of the i5-10400 are leaked, showing the performance of Intel’s new 6-core 12-threads CPU

Last week Intel unveiled its new Intel 10th generation core processors, and although the reviews are not yet over, a Chinese website published its review of the i5-10400, disclosing its performance and power consumption.

The synthetic performance of the chip is excellent compared to the i5-9400F, its 9th generation predecessor, and shows a 39% improvement in Cinebench R15, 34% improvement in Cinebench R20 and 97% improvement in Winrar benchmark. This is undoubtedly a major generational change thanks to the integration of HyperThreading. So if you were planning to buy an i5-9400F, we recommend waiting for this new model.

On the games page, we have GTA V at the top and Assasin’s Creed Odyssey at the bottom. Although the i5-10400 is ahead in both cases, it’s not so different from the last generation that an upgrade would be justified.

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It will be interesting to see further reviews of both this model and the unlocked i5, the i5-10600K, as they are usually the best alternatives between price and performance within Intel.

Benchmarks of the i5-10400 are leaked, showing the performance of Intel’s new 6-core 12-threads CPU

The tenth generation of Intel Core processors will be released later this month. An exact date has not yet been confirmed.

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