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Intel Core i7-10700KA (same as the 10700K) 8-Core Desktop Processor for $249.99

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Newegg has the Intel Core i7-10700KA (same processor as the 10700K), Comet Lake 8-Core, 3.8 GHz, LGA1200, 125W Desktop Processor w/ Intel UHD Graphic 630. The difference between the 10700K and the 10700KA is that the KA is the Avengers Special Edition, which means that the processor comes in a pretty Avengers box, but no Avengers Game is included.

You pay $249.99 for the 10700KA after $80 off w/ promo code 63SMACL224.
  • 8 Core & 16 Threads
  • 3.8 GHz Clock Speed, 5.1 GHz Maximum Turbo Frequency
  • Compatible with Intel 400 & 500 series chipset based motherboards
  • Intel UHD Graphics 630
  • Intel Turbo Boost Max Technology 3.0 Support
  • Intel Optane Memory Support
  • 125W Desktop Processor
  • Cooling device not included - Processor Only
  • Avenger Limited Edition Box, Avenger Game Not Included
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Ka is slightly slower than k
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Quote from Iddido :
Ka is slightly slower than k
Proof? Spec is 3.8 GHz Clock Speed, 5.1 GHz Maximum Turbo Frequency which is the same as the 10700K.
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Its the same. It will overclock to 5.1 all-core the same as well.
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Proof? Spec is 3.8 GHz Clock Speed, 5.1 GHz Maximum Turbo Frequency which is the same as the 10700K.
https://gadgetversus.com/processo...i7-10700k/

The K-A is ~ 1 - 2% slower laugh out loud
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https://gadgetversus.com/processo...i7-10700k/

The K-A is ~ 1 - 2% slower laugh out loud
From what I can tell the numbers on that site are the the result of them running their own benchmarks. It looks to me like they took one 10700K and one 10700KA and ran the benchmarks, then compared results. The differences can be easily explained as due to chip variation. Two chips from the same wafer will have slightly different results due to small differences in the manufacturing process. It's very hard to keep conditions uniform over an entire wafer during the many steps it takes to manufacture chips. Even the substrates may have small defects which affect speed.

If you really wanted to see if there were any differences, you would take many 100700K and 10700KA CPUs, and then average the results. It doesn't look like this was done. Don't draw a bad conclusion from limited data.

BTW, the laughing emoji is retarded.
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Quote from lovemydeal :
From what I can tell the numbers on that site are the the result of them running their own benchmarks. It looks to me like they took one 10700K and one 10700KA and ran the benchmarks, then compared results. The differences can be easily explained as due to chip variation. Two chips from the same wafer will have slightly different results due to small differences in the manufacturing process. It's very hard to keep conditions uniform over an entire wafer during the many steps it takes to manufacture chips. Even the substrates may have small defects which affect speed.

If you really wanted to see if there were any differences, you would take many 100700K and 10700KA CPUs, and then average the results. It doesn't look like this was done. Don't draw a bad conclusion from limited data.

BTW, the laughing emoji is retarded.
Your rant with random bold words is retarded.

LMAO Crylol Woot Jump
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Some people are missing the point. With this beat the 5600X running CS:GO at 240p?
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