Intel Releases Notebook High Performance Version of Tenth Generation Core: Eight-Core 5.3GHz Reached, Game Acceleration 54%

Intel’s 10th-generation Core processor family already has a low-power version of the Ice Lake-U/Y, Comet Lake-U/Y series for thin, thin,” which was officially added this year as the Comet Lake-H series for high-performance game books, also known as the standard version. The Tenth Generation Core H Series is a bit-to-bit upgrade based on nine generations, which mainly enhances CPU frequency and turbo-accelerated, memory frequency, enhances and simplifies overclocking, and enhances wireless network specifications, and a richer notebook product.

Open to the mountains, first look at the specific model, specifications:

Intel Releases Notebook High Performance Version of Tenth Generation Core: Eight-Core 5.3GHz Reached, Game Acceleration 54%

Tenth Generation Core H

Intel Releases Notebook High Performance Version of Tenth Generation Core: Eight-Core 5.3GHz Reached, Game Acceleration 54%

Nine Generations Core H

14nm process, 4-8 core, 8-16MB three-stage cache, UHD 630 core graphics card, support for Auton acceleration, 45W thermal design power consumption these indicators have not changed, the biggest bright spot is the frequency, the base frequency generally increased 100MHz or unchanged, the maximum acceleration frequency increased 300-500MHz, Four of the six models have reached or exceeded 5GHz, and the game has since entered the 5GHz plus era.

As the new flagship, the Core i9-10980HK is still an 8 core 16 thread, compared to the previous i9-9980HK base frequency unchanged or 2.4GHz, the highest frequency from 5.0GHz to an unprecedented 5.3GHz, while the all-core acceleration frequency is also 4.4GHz, and continues to open up support for overclocking.

The Core i7-10875H is also an 8-core 16 thread, replacing the previous i7-9880H with a maximum frequency of 5.1GHz.

Core i7-10850H, Core i7-10750H are two 6 core 12 threads, can be accelerated to 5.1GHz, 5.0GHz, are up to 500MHz from the previous generation, the former also supports limited over-frequency, up to 400MHz, up to 400MHz, That’s why its suffix is H instead of HK.

The above models can run above 5GHz, thanks in large part to the turbo Max 3.0, TVB two acceleration technology.

TVB will be based on the processor at the maximum temperature of the operating time, the turbo acceleration power limit is still there, in a single-core, multi-core turbo acceleration on the basis of timely and automatic continue to increase the frequency of a single core, the specific frequency range, time depends on the workload, processor specifications, thermal conditions.

In addition, Intel Adaptix Dynamics Technology, Intel Extreme Tuning Utility Performance Debugging Tools all support tenth generation Core H, and the addition of Intel Speed Optimizer for simple one-click overclocking.

Core i5-10400H, Core i5-10300H is a 4 core 8 thread, does not support TVB, but the highest frequency also significantly climbed to 4.6GHz, 4.5GHz.

Intel Releases Notebook High Performance Version of Tenth Generation Core: Eight-Core 5.3GHz Reached, Game Acceleration 54%

Ten Generation Core H Rendering

The most popular of the nine core H is the i7-9750H, i5-9300H, which is standard for high-end gamebooks and mainstream game books, while the natural continuation of their status in the tenth generation should be i7-10850H, i5-10300H, but with the advent of the notebook eight core era, i7-10875H , i9-10980HK should also be seen more often.

However, the non-nuclear F-Series has not survived, at least for the time being, and the previous generation of i7-9750HF and i5-9300HF have no successors.

Intel said the F-Series has been an unprecedented success, especially in the Chinese market, but is now focused on the desktop desktop market.

In fact, the nine-generation HF series has not been adopted in practice, so far only one Lenovo’s saviour Y7000 competitive version uses the i5-9300HF, and very low-key.

Intel Releases Notebook High Performance Version of Tenth Generation Core: Eight-Core 5.3GHz Reached, Game Acceleration 54%

Ten generation Core H kernel photos

In addition, the memory frequency this time came to the dual channel DDR4-2933, while the previous generation was DDR4-2666.

Thunderbolt 3 continues native support with up to two ports, while wireless network upgrades to Wi-Fi 6 AX201 (Gig plus) actually test 160MHz bandwidth at a distance of 1521Mbps for transmission speeds of 1521Mbps compared to 802.11ac 80Hz 541Mbps is increased by about 2.8 times while reducing latency by 75%.

Intel Releases Notebook High Performance Version of Tenth Generation Core: Eight-Core 5.3GHz Reached, Game Acceleration 54%

As for actual performance, Intel’s indicators do not compare with the nine generations of Core H, but compared to the seven generations of Core H three years ago, because in Intel’s view, the most need to upgrade the game book, when it was three years ago outdated configuration.

According to official data, i9-10980HK compared to i7-7820HK, game performance can be improved by up to 54%, overall overall performance can be improved by up to 44%, 4K video rendering export can be up to 3 times faster.

Intel Releases Notebook High Performance Version of Tenth Generation Core: Eight-Core 5.3GHz Reached, Game Acceleration 54%

Intel Releases Notebook High Performance Version of Tenth Generation Core: Eight-Core 5.3GHz Reached, Game Acceleration 54%

i7-10750H vs. i7-7820HK, game performance can be improved by up to 44%, content creation performance can be improved by up to 70%, and overall overall performance can be improved by up to 33%.

Intel Releases Notebook High Performance Version of Tenth Generation Core: Eight-Core 5.3GHz Reached, Game Acceleration 54%

Intel Releases Notebook High Performance Version of Tenth Generation Core: Eight-Core 5.3GHz Reached, Game Acceleration 54%

Ecological support, each brand of the ten generationS Core H game will be released from today, Intel gave data is already more than 100 designs, the first batch of 6 brands in the domestic market has 23 products, and more than 30 models are controlled in the thickness of 20 mm or even thinner, to a certain extent very close to the thin.

Intel Releases Notebook High Performance Version of Tenth Generation Core: Eight-Core 5.3GHz Reached, Game Acceleration 54%

It is worth noting that the tenth generation Of Core H is not only a game-based service, in content creation is also more popular, preliminary data show that the first batch of more than 30 new books designed for content creation, more than half of the previous generation, and more than 50% of the game books will also be used for content creation to a certain extent.

Intel Releases Notebook High Performance Version of Tenth Generation Core: Eight-Core 5.3GHz Reached, Game Acceleration 54%

In addition, the new generation of high-performance notebook form is also being revolutionized, dual screen, 17-inch thin design, HDR1000 screen, 300Hz refresh rate will become more and more popular, all-round enhance the game, creative experience.