Intel Core i5-10600 Maximum Load Temperature

Mid-range Desktop processor released in 2020 with 6 cores and 12 threads. With base clock at 3.3GHz, max speed at 4.8GHz, and a 65W power rating. Core i5-10600 is based on the Comet Lake 14nm family and part of the Core i5 series.
Price 88%
Speed 84%
Productivity 76%
Gaming 94%

Intel Core i5-10600 Temperature Benchmarks

Intel Core i5-10600 Load Temperature

Maximum Load Temperature
Core i5-10600 Maximum Load Temperature Performance

The Core i5-10600 sits between A10-9700 and Core i5-10400. It is 1.5% lower than the A10-9700 while being 0% higher than the Core i5-10400. The Core i5-10600 takes a comfortable 10.7% lead over the Ryzen 5 3600X. The Core i5-10600's performance earns it the 44th place. Overall, the Core i5-10600 is an average performer with its 6-cores and 12-threads in this benchmark.

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Critics Reviews

Given that much of the Core i5-10600K's selling point over the Core i5-10600 "non-K" is its overclocking options, if you're dead-set on grabbing an Intel CPU in this price bracket and don't care ...
The Core i5-10600K doesn’t have high-end new features like Turbo Boost 3.0 Max or Thermal Velocity Boost – those are reserved for high-end Core i9 chips like the flagship i9-10900K.
The Intel Core i5-10600K has a single-core Turbo Boost of 4.8GHz and 4.5GHz for an all-core Turbo Boost. This is slightly higher than the 4.6GHz single-core Boost of the 9600K, but much higher ...
The Intel Core i5 10600K isn't the world's fastest gaming processor, but this six-core, 12-thread chip will arguably be a better CPU pick than the Core i9 10900K for most humans—and human ...
After our testing, the $262 Core i5-10600K delivers and is just as impressive as you would expect from a six-core 12-thread Comet Lake processor clocked at a 4.1 GHz base and 4.8 GHz boost.
The Core i5-10600K processors are geared for the mainstream or mid-range user, even maybe toward the lower end of that range and is a 6c/12t (6 core/12 thread) CPU. Therefore, we are looking at a wide chasm of performance between the two, and thus we are reviewing both CPUs in separate reviews with appropriate comparisons to each.
Intel Core i5-10600K review The Core i5-10600K is an absolute bruiser of a gaming CPU that really puts its money where its mouth is, with superb performance across the board that even beats Intel’s existing Core i7 CPUs. When AMD launched their incredible Ryzen 3 3300X the other week, I called it the $120 Core i5 killer.
The Core i5-10600K is Intel's biggest upgrade in the mid-range for years. Driven by strong competition from AMD, Intel is now giving us a 6c/12t CPU with 125 W TDP and the full compliment of 12 MB cache. Our Core i5-10600K benchmarks show it to be a formidable performer, especially in gaming.
Given that much of the Core i5-10600K's selling point over the Core i5-10600 "non-K" is its overclocking options, if you're dead-set on grabbing an Intel CPU in this price bracket and don't care ...