Intel Core i5-10600K CPU Review & Benchmarks: Gaming, Overclocking vs. 3700X, 3600, More

by birtanpublished on August 29, 2020

Right after we said that an amd r3 cpu is enough for gaming intel decided to try and take back its old mantra from several generations ago well generations depending on how you define them intel's definition of a generation

Implies that now the 10th series of core processors is the 10th generation we'll go with it but in reality this is the nth generation of a long-standing architecture it's gotten more frequency

Bumps in some ways and more importantly intel has continued to bring down higher core counts to lower prices so it's real advancements here are primarily in the

Price to core or price to performance range rather than a pure architectural improvement which will come at some point but today is not the focal point for

Architecture it's really going to be cores and frequency at a given price the 10600k is the one we're reviewing in this video we already reviewed the 10 900k that's up on the channel if you

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Description below quick recap on the 10600k then first of all intel's naming is absolutely atrocious for this generation and so we don't expect anyone to be able to keep up because we can

Barely keep up the number one biggest thing we need to define in both of these videos is that a 10900x is not the same as a 10 900k the x at the end of it is explicitly for

Hedt parts so when you're looking at the charts even in this review of the 10600k note that the 10900x when you see it up here is for an hddt platform and it's a cpu that we declared dead on

Arrival so that's very different from the 10900k as for the 10 600k well there's only really one way to interpret that because the only one but the naming is still getting tough to

Follow in either case the expected price range for the 10600k that we're reviewing in this one should be somewhere about 260 to maybe 280 the prices listed by intel at its

Official specifications pages and on arc are for 1 000 units so that's sort of a wholesale pricing and this is the way intel's always done it we don't know exactly what retail pricing will be today at time of filming

Which is about nine hours before launch at this point so we'll have to find out when you do what the pricing is we're going to write this review based on the assumption that it's in a price

Range of about 260 to about 280 give or take maybe 10. and if it's above that then the the comparisons will change to more look at something like a 3700x

Which we're talking about here as well for the rest of this we're not going to sit here and read the spec sheet for you we'll put it up on the screen though that's the specifications that intel showed off during its announcement

Of all the new cpus for the 10 series we have a full video on that with a news recap and if you want to learn more about those and learn more about the d-lid the dye sanding all that special stuff you

Can watch the previous video but for this one we're going to be looking at the dye sanding which is only available for the k-skus talking about core to core deltas this is critically important

To overclocking headroom because the hottest single core is going to limit all your cores for your all core overclock at least in an easy fashion and so the dye sanding where intel

Physically is removing height off of the dye to improve thermals and thicken the ihs and improve thermal responsiveness that's all going to come into play with the 10600k and the 10 900k

Intel also just to give a quick important note listed its uh its cockspeed as 4.8 gigahertz for the cpu we were disappointed however to later find out that this was a typographical

Error and it's supposed to say clock so we will not be overcocking the cpu but we will be overclocking it in this review there's no tvb listed on arc it's just 4.1 gigahertz base and 4.8

Boost we'll go through those numbers explicitly this does not have tvb or thermal velocity boost tvb is on the 10 900k 10700 and it's defined as a 70 degree celsius threshold at which point

Below that you are 100 megahertz lower than above it and then this cpu has 16 pcie lanes from the cpu those are the core specs the rest on the spec sheet go read it if you want that let's get into the

Benchmarks we'll start with the quarter core deltas what you should see on these cpus and go through all the gaming and production tests with a careful eye on the 3600 at now 180

Dollars u.s and the 3700x at around the same price as this one in our 10 900k piece we talked about how the intel i9 10900k improves its quarter core deltas massively at least in our sample versus some of

Intel's previous endeavors our 10900k had a range of about 9 degrees celsius max core decor at 317 watts which is impressively tight together that means more overclocking headroom

Before becoming bound on the single hottest core and that was thanks to intel's die sanding approach that they exclusively took with the kscu cpus for the 10 series

The 10 600k is another one of those and we'll plot that our previous chart from the 10 900k review left off with these numbers with the 9c delta for the oc result or about 5 to 6 with stock at 130 watts

And the 9900k lowered down the 10600k at full stock settings runs an average of about three degrees max quarter core delta peak to peak at a given interval so it's

Similar to the 9900k stock and is again really damn good here's a look at what this cpu is supposed to do this command line readout comes from a tool we acquired from a motherboard partner and it's useful for

Verifying if your cpu is running at the actual intel default guide and settings rather than pre-overclocked settings intel's pl1 is defined as 125 watts for the cpu the 10900k for reference calls for 125

Watts as well but it defines pl2 as 250 watts intel typically does 1.25 times pl1 for that number pl2 for the 10600k is 182 watts with tau set to 56 seconds that's the

Maximum window that turbo is allowed to execute at its higher power consumption before falling back to lower clocks and lower power cores one two and three are the best on our tent 600k

And around a 48x multiplier under stock settings with the rest at 45 and 45. that's how it's supposed to behave and anything outside of this is outside of intel's official spec

We define this in reviews these days because of previous games that motherboard makers have played where they'll enable mce and blast the power without people really noticing it for frequency

We log a pass of cinebench r20 single threaded test to verify that boosting behavior is normal and any multi-core enhancement features are disabled base clock for the 10 600k is 4.1

Gigahertz max boost is 4.8 and max all cores 4.5 a relatively narrow range of operating frequencies the 10 series cpus that fall below the i-9 10-900 lack intel's new temperature-dependent

Thermal velocity boost and the ones that fall below the i7 10 700 lack turbo boost 3.0 so 4.8 is the absolute maximum frequency that any core should hit in the i5 without an overclock the

Logged frequency confirms this with the processor maxing out at 4.8 gigahertz on three cores while the others hold between 4.5 to 4.7 gigahertz intel lists max turbo as the maximum single core frequency on

Arc but we've confirmed that 4.8 gigahertz on three cores is expected behavior per hour internal bios validation tool the chart you've been looking at is super zoomed in intentionally so we're

Looking at a range of 4 400 to 4 900 megahertz and a time window of only 100 seconds this helps illustrate what the cores are doing individually although it's still hard to read

This chart is for alcorn blender starting with the 10900k as a baseline in blue the 10600k all-core blender load we designed for thermal testing and sustained loads locked frequencies down to a max of 4.5

Gigahertz but with frequent dips down to 4.4 gigahertz on individual cores this confirms the processor is boosting as expected and is following intel's spec moving into

Games we'll start with total war 3 kingdoms and the campaign benchmark at 1080p average fps for the stock 10 600 k and the campaign benchmark was 138 fps which improved by 5.8 percent up to 146

With an overclock a promising start for the overclocked results 5.1 gigahertz isn't especially impressive as a number for intel at this point but with relatively low boost clocks of

The 10600k in general it's a significant step up from stock like most games total war 3 kingdoms has a steep drop off in the performance scaling with higher thread counts past a point

So the six core six thread 9600k that the 10600k replaced isn't hurt much by the lack of hyper threading with averages of 133 fps stock and 144 fps at 5.1 gigahertz all core intel is at a point where its advantages

In the i9 are difficult to realize at least within reason and so the 10600k begins to look better from a strict realism and value standpoint andy's 3700x is in the same

Price range as the 10600k should be due to sales at the time of writing but overhead on the amd chips has them falling behind intel's cpus here the 3700x averaged at 125 fps stock behind the 9600k and these core and

Threat equivalent to the i5 the r5 3600 averaged at 122fps even with a 4.3 gigahertz overclock one percent and 0.1 lows on the stock 3700x and the 10600k are approximately the

Same both comfortably above 60fps but the overclocked 10600k increased it's one percent to 101 from 93 for the average of them the nature of one percent point one percent lows means that they're more variable

Than the overall average so neither amd nor intel has a clear advantage in that category and neither can be stated here as being quote smoother than the other the hitman 2 results are favorable for the 10 600k

Stock average was 128 fps but the overclocked average was 135 tying the overclocked at 9900k at the same frequency note that we actually have direct cpu scaling in this game illustrated by the

10900k maxing out at 5.3 gigahertz and 149 fps average the overclock to 9900k regularly tops the charts and a cheaper i5 with a lower core count a lower boost clock and a smaller cash coming close to it is

An achievement the 10-600k stock average is significantly higher than the non-hyper-threaded 9600k average of 115fps and even its average of 125fps when

Overclocked to 5.1 gigahertz this is another title where the frame rate cap seems to be a step lower on amd's cpus so their price competitive 3700x averaged only 118 fps

While the 4.3 gigahertz overclock on the r5 3600 achieves 115 fps average one percent and 0.1 percent lows are always lower in this benchmark than the others but they still follow the same pattern

As the overall fps averages with none of the cpus we've mentioned experiencing any serious frame time issues the 10600k ends up 9 ahead of the 3700x when both are stock

Or 12 ahead of the 3600. the civilization 6 gathering storm ai benchmark scores based on turn time rather than fps making it unique among our game benchmarks

Average turn time for the stock 10600k was 32.4 seconds and the overclock brought that down by 6.8 percent to 30.2 seconds the 10600k is six percent faster than the older 9600k here

Which averaged 34.5 seconds stock and 31 seconds overclocked civilization six benchmark averages are extremely consistent so fractions of a second are valid differences the odd scenario of a

Non-hyper-threaded i7 followed by a hyper-threaded i5 in the next generation creates some results like this amd put up a much better stock versus stock showing here than the previous two

Games with the 3700x against stock almost tying the 10600k stock while the overclocked 3600 falls a bit behind max boost for the 3700 axis 4.4 gigahertz

So even though the 4.3 all core on the 3600 is pretty good the 3700x can boost even higher in limited core scenarios and often outperform it in games the f1 2019 benchmark has become one of our

Preferred benchmarks for cpu reviews although the frame rates are ridiculously high it's because we still haven't encountered any hard non-cpu limits which means there's good non-bottleneck

Scaling all the way up to the top of the chart usefulness outside of empirical differences becomes more questionable here but it does allow us to see an objective

Look at the stack stock fps was 259 average and the oc average was 3.1 higher at 267 fps lewis improved in lockstep with the oc the 9600k is far behind although the

High numbers make it look even further than it is the 10600k out performs it by 17.4 percent and even a 5.1 gigahertz overclock only brings the 9600k up to 244 fps average go going a price

Tier above the i5 to the stock i7 9700k leapfrogs the 10600k result with an average of 269 fps practically tied with the overclocked 10600k and the

3700x averaged a stable 239 fps with a one percent low of 167 fps and neither of these numbers though is low enough to reflect any visible hitching or stuttering in the cpus results for f1 at 1440p

Are at best the same as results at 1080p and at worst limited to the same fps average due to gpu bottlenecking which is why we typically discuss our 1080p results far more

F1 is one of the less gpu bottlenecks games we test though so there's still some limited scaling the compressed scale has the 10600k only outperforming the 3700x by 1.5 percent here

Which is a useful reminder that at higher resolutions any half-decent cpu will achieve roughly the same level of performance as the others your gpu bound now and that may diminish the importance of a cpu choice even with

The adjustments we've made to our division 2 benchmark it's susceptible to gpu bottlenecking at the upper end of the chart where the 10600k happens to land scaling with an overclock is minimal up

To 203 fps average from 202 stock the real scaling begins at the 9600k and below the older i5 scales up 9.4 percent with an overclock from 177 fps average stock to almost the

Same limit as the 10600k at 194 fps average overclocked our chart for this task will remain relatively limited until we finish retesting our inventory of cpus but the takeaway

Is that the 10600k can easily keep up with intel's highest end offerings in this gpu limited title if the 1080p division 2 test has gpu limitations the 1440p one will have a gpu brick wall

All the intel i5s and i7s we've tested thus far averaged in a 149 to 152 fps range and they're all within error of each other this at least confirms that the new 10 series parts don't pull that gpu limit

Any lower and they still fall safely in the same bracket as the rest of intel cpus the amd r5 to r9 cpus fall within their own bracket from 142 to 145. so it's a safe bet

That this is where the 3700k would fall if we retested it for this review shadow of the tomb raider showed minimal response to the 10 600k is 5.1 gigahertz overclock with the overall average rising only

Slightly from stock up from 163 fps to 166 fps the 10600 k fell behind the higher priced 9700k is 172 fps average in this test but the six core six thread 9600k

Averaged only 148 fps stock so the newer i5 is positioned appropriately between last gen's price equivalent and higher end cpus and these 3700x average to 149 fps

At the upper end of the range for ryzen cpus in this test but well behind the 10600k as one of our oldest game benchmarks gta 5 is also one of our most frequency dependent rather than core dependent benchmarks

In some scenarios anyway so this isn't especially good news for the 10600k average was 114 fps up 6.9 percent to 122 and overclocked the slightly higher boosting 9700k average 122 stock

But was also performing better when both cpus were overclocked to 5.1 we did retest to verify this result and it held up we've seen gta 5 ignore or even perform worse with smt in the past

For instance with the nearly identical six core six thread 3500x and six core 12 thread 3600 volts although we stripped the 3500 from this one and the fairly similar eight core eight thread 9700k and eight core 16 thread

9900k results with that in mind it makes sense that the eight core 16 thread 3700x doesn't derive any advantage from its higher core account and averages 109 fps here time to move

On to production benchmarks interestingly there's finally an i5 that might actually be competitive in production applications like blender we'll start there since it'll allow us to use a tile-based renderer to set the

Stage for thread scaling with the gn monkey head render the intel i5 10600k stock cpu completes the rendered 18.8 minutes which has it marginally ahead of the six core 12 thread 8086k

And just behind the amd r5 3600 which has been under 200 lately overclocking the 10600k to 5 gigahertz puts it past both the 3600 results landing at 17 minutes and that's a

Reduction in time of 9.6 percent versus stock that also puts it next to an r7 2700 at 4.1 gigahertz and an i7 9700k at 17 minutes for its scoring

Interestingly again this is where we see the usual 30 improvement from hyper threading as opposed to a more linear pure core increase the 9700k despite having four fewer threads

Is keeping pace with the 10600k at similar frequencies the 10 600ks two fewer physical cores account for that the r5 3600 and i5 10600k are neck and neck here

And can be thought of as functionally equivalent thus far the pricing favors the r5 3600 and the overclocking favors the i5 10600k so there's a win for each one of them in

This bench our gn logo renders next for this the 10 600k completes the render in about 24 minutes or 21.5 when overclocked to 5 gigahertz that's a reduction of about 10 against the stock time and the amd r5 3600 stock

Cpu completes the render in 23 minutes so it needs four percent less time than the 10 600 k intel is definitely getting closer here than it has been in the past or at least recently but amd's pricing

Advantage does give it a bonus in this application the intel overclock matches andy's overclocked position and this is clearly hugely improved over the 9600k

Which we were never able to recommend to begin with and so the 10600k at least looks better than that one amd's however is still cheaper and for the first time in decades it's on a more mature platform

Right now z490 might just be a reskin z390 but initial bios issues have been rough at least for launch the 3700x meanwhile is further advantaged and is roughly about the same price as

What the 10600k will likely be but we won't know until the parts actually go up for sale adobe premiere is next using real videos that we uploaded to this channel in the past for this one we're starting with a 1080p

Eng shoot that would be comparable to other rng style a roll heavy reports and the 10600k stock cpu completed this render in five minutes it's roughly identical to an 8700k or an amd r7 2700 stock cpu

It's also about the same as a 5.1 gigahertz 9600k so that's a generational improvement for intel if you can call that a generational step the amdr 73700x finishes the rendering 24

Last time required at 3.8 minutes and the r5 3600 stock cpu finishes in about the same time at 4.9 minutes although intel has improved the r5 3600 being directly tied makes it harder to fight against

Given the pricing advantage of the 3600 our 4k render is next mostly comprised of b-roll at a higher quality this one is more stressful for the cpus the intel i5 10600k stock cpu shows that as it now completes the render in 15.1

Minutes that marks it as again between the 8700k stock and 9600k 5.1 gigahertz oc results for reference to what used to be an 85 part the 10600k

Needs six percent less time than an overclocked 1600 af to finish the render the 10600k oc has it improved by 10 over stock roughly tying the 3600 oc here and the 2700 oc in the 13.6 to 12.7 minute range

The 9700k at 5.1 gigahertz out does the 10600k here showing that the extra frequency and two physical cores for reduced resource contention proves more valuable in this benchmark

The stock 3700x meanwhile requires 26 less time than the stock 10 600k although the overclocked result is a bit closer but given that at time of filming these reviews we never really know quite what the price

Of the product will be that we're reviewing it's hard to say whether the 3700x is an appropriate price comparison for the 10600k so you'll just have to judge after this goes live

Whether they ended up close enough to compare adobe photoshop is next with this one often favoring higher frequency parts over higher core counts the 10600k stock cpu scores 960 points marking it as about equal to

A ryzen 3 300x the 10600k does exceptionally poorly in the photoshop test compared to amd's parts even after subsequent re-tests when we suspected the numbers this exhibits similar performance

Characteristics to the 10900k because that also had some peculiar results the fact that the 3300x is in a better position makes the 10600k a bad buy for a purely photoshop driven workload

7-zip compression and decompression benchmarks are next measured in millions of instructions per second for compression the 10 600k stock cpu scores 54 000 mips putting it between the 9700k stock cpu

And 2700 stock cpu the 3600 stock results scores 56k points or about 4.4 better this is consistent with previous rankings and shows that the r5 cpu doesn't have a noteworthy lead in pure performance despite a price

Advantage the 10600k at five gigahertz outdoors the 3600 at 4.3 gigahertz but not by enough to matter these two results are functionally equivalent and close to error as for the amd 3700x

That's just behind the 10900x which is just behind the 10900k stock cpu and those are the two parts that you shouldn't confuse with one another for decompression the intel i5 10 600k stock cpu scores 62 000 mips

Now between the 1600 af stock cpu and 9700k stock cpu the 10600k at 5 gigahertz is right behind the 9700k at 5.1 illustrating that again although the frequency helps

True cores can make up the difference for a gap against the deficit and hyper-threading total threat availability the 3600 stock meanwhile is 7 percent ahead of the overclocked 10 600k results

Or 19 percent ahead of the stock 10 600k our chromium compile is next looking at the compile time in minutes with clean cl and ninja on windows lower is better like in render tests the intel i5 10600k stock cpu completes

Compiling in 132 minutes which puts it again between the 8700k and 9700k it's consistent in that regard we'll give intel credit for its improvement over the 2017

7700k flagship even at 5.1 gigahertz and its improvement over the 9600k at theoretically a drop in price as for andy the 3600 requires 118 minutes so it's about four minutes faster than

The overclocked 10-600 k requiring 3.6 less time stock to stock the 3600 is in the lead by 10.5 percent intel doesn't have direct benefit from adding more threads in this one

As the 9700k stock result illustrates against the 10600 koc results that the frequency accounts for more of its positioning our handbrake transcoded h.265 is up now this one has some optimization level

Issues at the extreme high end mostly with threadripper cpus that aren't shown here but it runs fine for the parts we're discussing today the 10600k stock results requires 17.6 minutes to

Complete the transcode which has it equivalent to the 4.3 gigahertz all-core r5 3600 or just ahead of the 8700k from previously intel is actually outpacing and these r5 3600 in this test

When both are stock with an advantage of 3.3 time reduction the 3700x meanwhile runs at about 15.4 minutes and so is advantaged by 12 and a half percent v-ray results scale almost

Perfectly with the thread count from top to bottom with only a couple of hiccups the 10-600k falls between fellow six-core thread parts at 10 474k samples the stock r5 3600 is above at

10798k samples and the overclocked 4.2 gigahertz r5 1600 af isn't too far below at 99.05 k samples the higher end 3700x that falls closer to the 10600k and pricing is much higher

More than 35 percent ahead of the i5 and score intel's own eight core eight thread 9700k outstrips the 10600k performance in this test but the combination of eight true cores and a

Slightly higher boost allow it to overcome the 10 600 k's 12 thread advantage since we were forced to reduce our 10 600 k's oc to 5 gigahertz to complete the production tests

The gap only widens when comparing to the 9700k at 5.1 that result is 11859k samples versus 11 375k samples respectively power testing is next measured at the eps 12 volt cables rather than the wall

This allows us more accuracy than wall measurements but doesn't account for vrm efficiency losses we'll start with an all-core workload from blender after five minutes which allows turbo time expiry via tau

To kick in for this one the intel i5 10600k stock cpu requires about 104 watts putting it higher than intel's 9900k stock cpu at 8 cores and 16 threads and these r5

3600 for reference measures 80 watts stock and 90 watts at an abusive voltage for our stable 4.3 gigahertz overclock at the time of review the 10600k oc puts it at 218 watts

At 5.1 gigahertz and 1.368 volt to get this is outdone handily by the 10900k at 317 watts for its own overclock cinebench r20 is next we use this one to get the pre-expiry tau numbers for intel turbo

The 10600k stock cpu is in roughly the same position as before but the 10900k shows what to expect for cpus that run turbo 3.0 and tvb it's now at 200 watts for the stock result

A massive jump where it'll hold for about 56 seconds prior to dropping back down to its 120 to 125 watt range the 10600k clearly is much lower than that but the 10900k is the one that operates

More aggressively in its boosting behavior the rest of these numbers are all about the same as in the previous chart including amd's numbers because they don't behave the same way with boosting

And power targets this cpu we think in some ways is almost more interesting than the 10900k wrapping all this up the 10900k is almost boring and that it's again at the top of the charts

When it can when it's not limited by the gpu it's a 9900k replacement it's better yes but it doesn't really move the bar a whole lot because in production for the 10 900 we're still looking at

Kind of a 3900 acts as the better choice it's cheaper now it's almost sort of oddly on a more mature platform depending on which board you have and it's just better in a lot of those production application

Tests we didn't really have any where it made sense to go with the 100k instead so or at least not many of them so that leaves gaming where it's still the best when you can create a difference but you

Start getting to philosophical debate of at what point are you creating a difference just to show scaling which is obviously the whole point of a review and a benchmark where you eliminate variables

I.e the gpu but there is a reasonable point to be made about well once you're at 300 fps in a racing game how realistic is that how much does that scale and you might be able to say well

This is to look out for the future of gain but that argument doesn't always hold up so really what happens is when we're dropping the medium 1080p and the 900k still looks very similar

To uh a 9900k and 1080k look the same then at that point it's kind of a boring cpu so what they need is an nvidia 3000 series launch and in the games where we do see scaling like with high

Settings in f1 2019 for example the 10900k has a pretty reasonable lead and in hitman 2 it has a pretty good lead as well so it's still the best intel still holds that title for gaming

But it's like 500 plus dollars depending on how 1k unit pricing plays out and that's a lot to spend on a cpu that's targeted at gaming so fortunately the 10600k can take its place and an i5

Is finally again enough for gaming if you are only gaming and basically doing nothing else the 10600k looks like a pretty good cpu if you're trying to get something a bit

Cheaper that's not quite as good in an objective sense but is nearly as good in a practical sense and has some expanded capabilities but not much elsewhere like about four to six percent improved in production

Then the r5 3600 makes the most sense amd is still in an advantage position the 3700x makes more sense for production at a similar price the 3600 is extremely competitive everywhere

Including gaming even though it's not quite on the top in gaming the 10600k however is not something that we would call objectively bad and we'd certainly say that it's

Actually worthy of consideration from a value perspective but the 3600 wins the outright best value award still so that's what you have to consider for this one and the 10900k would be the next one for you to look at if you want

To check out more reviews but overall we'll see where the prices fall at the end of this and do some additional follow-up coverage let us know what you're interested in seeing

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