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Unannounced iMac with 10-core CPU shows up in Geekbench results

By Kenny Yeo - on 2 Jul 2020, 9:51am

Unannounced iMac with 10-core CPU shows up in Geekbench results

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An unannounced iMac has turned up in Geekbench's results. The results were first spotted by @_rogame and then Tom's Hardware.

The iMac appears to be running a 10-core Comet Lake-S processor with 32GB of memory and AMD Radeon Pro 5300 graphics.

Geekbench has it down as a Core i9-10910 processor, which hasn't appear on Intel's ARK yet. This is likely to be a custom processor that Intel develops for its bigger clients.

It's nothing unusual, Apple has been ordering custom processors from Intel for a long, long time.

Tom's Hardware is predicting that the Core i9-10910 will slot between the existing Core i9-10900K and Core i9-10900, and will have base and boost clocks of around 3.6GHz and 4.7GHz respectively as well as a TDP of around 95W.

As for the Radeon Pro 5300? It looks like that's going to be a desktop version of the Radeon 5300M that AMD announced late last year.

The last time the iMac was updated was early last year when they received processor upgrades in the form of Intel's 8th and 9th generation processors, as well as graphics upgrades in the form of AMD's Radeon Pro GPUs.

Source: @_rogame and Tom's Hardware via 9to5 Mac