According tomedia videoCardz, Intel has officially launched the Comet Lake-H Tenth Generation Core voltage processor, which uses a 14nm process for high-end gaming laptops. There are six models from i5 to i9, of which both the i7 and i9 are up to 5GHz. In more detail, Intel’s Ten Generation Core H-Series processors include two i5s, three i7s and one i9.
Detailed specifications (images from @videocardz)
The highest specification i9-10980HK is an 8-core 16 thread, a main frequency of 2.4GHz, a maximum turbo frequency of 5.3GHz, and a 16MB three-stage cache. The i7-10875H is more like an i9 by specification, with an 8-core 16 thread, 2.3GHz-5.1GHz, and a 16MB three-level cache.
The new i5 is still a 4-core 8 thread with a maximum of 2.6GHz-4.6GHz. Intel Ten Generation Core H-Series processors i7 and i9 support Intel Thermal Velocity Boost acceleration and both support DDR4 2933 memory.
The highlight is the comet Lake-H series of i9-10980HK, which has a maximum turbo frequency of 5.3 GHz, the only CPU in the series that can unlock octave.
According to Intel’s official data, core i9-10980HK performance exceeds Core i7-7820HK23% to 54%, while Core i7-10750H is 31% to 44% higher than the i7-7700HQ. The new processor will support DDR4 2933 memory and Wi-Fi 6.
Comet Lake-H series i9-10980HK (pictured from videocardz)
Intel said it would bring more than 30 Comet Lake-H notebooks, 20 mm thick, and more than 100 regular game books to manufacturers.
Earlier this year AMD officially released the new Ryzen 4000 Series Mobile Processor, which is a significant improvement over the previous generation’s Ryzen 3000 Series mobile processorthanks thanks to its latest Zen2 architecture and 7nm process.
One of them, the Ryzen 7 4800H, is designed with an 8-core 16 thread, and officials claim the game’s performance is more than 30% higher than the 7-9880HK.
Intel’s direct frequency of the 10th-generation Comet Lake-H mobile processor i9-10980HK to 5.3GHz this time also comes in response to the challenge of the AMD Ryzen 4000 (Yuze)