• Several retailers offer a price slash on Intel 10th Gen Core desktop CPUs 
  • Intel offers Intel 10th Gen Core desktop CPUs bundles
  • The price slash is not exclusive to the U.S.

Major retailers are now selling Intel 10th Gen Comet Lake Desktop CPUs at more affordable prices. Amazon, BestBuy, MicroCenter and Newegg offer various discounts ranging from 10% up to 22% on Intel 10th Gen Comet Lake processors. In addition to price cuts, Intel is also bundling these processors to different games.

Intel 10th Gen Desktop CPUs including Core i9-10900K, Core i9-10900F, Core i9-10850K, Core i7-10700K, Core i7-10700, Core i7-10700F, Core i5-10600K, Core i5-10600KF, Core i5-10400, Core i5-10400F are bundled with games including "Crysis Remastered," "Painter Essentials 7," "Serious Sam 4," "Shadow Arena," "Shadow Arena" and "XSplit Premium."

Meanwhile, the Intel 10th Gen Comet Lake Intel Core i9-10900K is now available on Amazon and Newegg at $469.99. Best Buy retails it at $444.99 while Microcenter sells it now for only $429.99. The Intel Core i9-10900KF is available for only $449.99 on Amazon and Newegg and $399.99 on Microcenter.

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The Intel Core i9-10850K is now available on Amazon, Best Buy and Newegg for only $409.99. Microcenter is selling it a lower price of $349.99. The Intel Core-i9-10900F is available on Amazon and Newegg for only $387.99. For fans looking for Intel Core i7-10700K, Microcenter offers it for only $279.99, while Best Buy, Newegg and Amazon sell it for $344.99.

The price slash on various Intel 10th Gen Comet Lake Desktop CPUs is not exclusive to the U.S. According to Videocardz, retailers in Europe are selling these processors at much lower prices too. Discounts range from 13% up to 22%. Meanwhile, the Intel Core i5-10600K is now available for only $229.99 on Amazon, BestBuy and Newegg, while Microcenter is selling it for $189.99.

The Intel 10th Gen Core desktop CPUs are based on 14nm process technology. Unlike with other companies, the processors based on this node are made by Intel, bypassing any supply constraint, which external suppliers could cause. AMD, on the other hand, depends on the CPUs from TSMC, which could explain why the chipmaker faces limited stock availability.