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A Belgium retailer called 2Compute has shared the purported prices for Intel’s upcoming lineup of 11th Gen Core Rocket Lake-S and refreshed Comet Lake processors. While these prices are unlikely to be a match for their MSRPs in the States, they do give us a decent idea of how they might compare to Intel’s previous generation and AMD’s Ryzen 5000 Series. You can check them out in the tables below.

“2Compute sells the Core i9-10900K, Core i7-10700K and Core i5-10600K for $555, $398 and $282, respectively,” Tom’s Hardware noted in its coverage. “Therefore, the Core i9-11900K and Core i7-11700K could cost up to 8.8% and 14.3% more, respectively, while the Core i5-11600K may arrive with a 3.9% higher price tag.”

Intel 11th Generation Rocket Lake-S Pricing

ProcessorPricing (Excl. VAT)Cores / ThreadsBase Clock (GHz)L3 Cache (MB)Part Number
Core i9-11900K$6048/163.516BX8070811900K
Core 9-11900KF$5758/163.516BX8070811900KF
Core i9-11900$4938/162.516BX8070811900
Core i9-11900F$4648/162.516BX8070811900F
Core i7-11700K$4558/163.616BX8070811700K
Core i7-11700KF$4268/163.616BX8070811700KF
Core i7-11700$3708/162.516BX8070811700
Core i7-11700F$3418/162.516BX8070811700F
Core i5-11600K$2936/123.912BX8070811600K
Core i5-11600KF$2656/123.912BX8070811600KF
Core i5-11600$2506/122.812BX8070811600
Core i5-11500$2276/122.712BX8070811500
Core i5-11400$2056/122.612BX8070811400
Core i5-11400F$1766/122.612BX8070811400F

Intel 11th Generation Comet Lake Refresh Pricing

ProcessorPricing (Excl. VAT)Cores / ThreadsBase Clock (GHz)L3 Cache (MB)Part Number
Core i3-10305$1724/83.88BX8070110305
Core i3-10105$1404/83.76BX8070110105
Core i3-10105F$944/83.76BX807011010SF
Pentium G6605$1092/44.34BX80701G6605
Pentium G6405$792/44.14BX80701 G6405

AMD Ryzen 5000 Series Pricing

Model SEP (USD)Cores/ThreadsTDP (Watts)Boost/Base Freq. (GHz)Total CacheCooler
AMD Ryzen 9 5950X$79916C/32T105WUp to 4.9 / 3.472MBN/A
AMD Ryzen 9 5900X$54912C/24T105WUp to 4.8 / 3.770MBN/A
AMD Ryzen 7 5800X$4498C/16T105WUp to 4.7 / 3.836MBN/A
AMD Ryzen 5 5600X$2996C/12T65WUp to 4.6 / 3.735MBWraith Stealth

“Featuring 19% gen-over-gen instructions per cycle (IPC) improvement for the highest frequency cores and headlined by the Intel Core i9-11900K, these processors will bring even more performance to gamers and PC enthusiasts at launch in the first quarter of 2021,” Intel wrote in a recent press release.

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  1. I’m not sure about their recent ones, but my 3770K was made in Malaysia and I believe some were from Costa Rica.

    I’m not entirely sure what products or parts of products are produced in specific factories. But Intel has fabs in Israel, Chandler Arizona, Oregon, Costa Rica, Malaysia, and the Philippines. However, I don’t recall ever seeing an actual Intel CPU marked as having been produced anywhere but Costa Rica, Malaysia, or the Philippines at anytime in the companies history. (Minus the second source early CPU’s produced by AMD.)

  2. I’m not entirely sure what products or parts of products are produced in specific factories. But Intel has fabs in Israel, Chandler Arizona, Oregon, Costa Rica, Malaysia, and the Philippines. However, I don’t recall ever seeing an actual Intel CPU marked as having been produced anywhere but Costa Rica, Malaysia, or the Philippines at anytime in the companies history. (Minus the second source early CPU’s produced by AMD.)

    That should save them on the 25% tariff then. That’s a boon for Intel.

  3. RCP on the 10900K in the US is $488-$499. Microcenter is currently selling it for $470. Most places have it for $520. If history has taught us anything it’s that one should not be making pricing predictions for your locality based on one location. I expect the 11900K will retail for $500 in the US.
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