The line of modern Intel processors has been extended with the Core i3-10100F model. As the name makes clear, it is an analogue of Core i3-10100, but with the graphics core disabled. Accordingly, all other parameters have not changed.
That is, we have four cores with support for Hyper-Threading, 3.6-4.3 GHz, 6 MB of cache memory and TDP 65W. But the price has changed: 79-97 dollars vs. 122 for Core i3-10100.
The difference in price is not very big, but when building an inexpensive PC with a discrete graphics card, many users will be happy to save 20-30 dollars. In addition, the Core i3-10100F is better suited to compete with the Ryzen 3 3100. The latter is still often faster, but now at least not cheaper.