Intel yesterday unveiled the 10th generation Core H Series, code-named Comet Lake-H, with high-performance mobile, claiming that the next generation Core i7 series can dynamically accelerate to 5GHz, and that the Core i9 series can exceed 5GHz. Lake-H series figure.
The first is the Core i7-10750H, apparently the successor to the Core i7-9750H, the standard for future high-end game books, continuing with 6 core 12 threads at a base frequency of 2.6GHz, but with a maximum Core frequency significantly increased from 4.6GHz to 5.0GHz.
Then there’s the Core i5-10300H, the upgrade of the nine-generation Core i5-9300H, the first choice for mainstream gamebooks, or the 4 core 8 thread, with a base frequency increased from 2.4GHz to 2.5GHz, and a maximum core frequency from 4.1GHz to 4.3GHz.
Next, the flagship 8 core 16 thread Core i9-10980HK can run to how high, it looks like at least 5.1GHz, and the thermal design power consumption should be maintained at 45W.
See you for more details in the afternoon.