Intel brought 10 generations of Core Comet Lake-H, a high-performance processor for notebook platforms, to this YEAR’s CES. However, Intel remains tight-lipped about specific SKU models and specifications, not even when it comes to market. Perhaps annoyed, Gregory Bryant, executive vice president of Intel’s client division, confirmed on its personal social platform that the 10th generation Core voltage processor will ship later in the first quarter, in March.
It is reported that Comet Lake-H based on the 14nm process, starting with Core i5, up to 8 core 16 threads, of which The Core i7 series can be dynamically accelerated to 5GHz, Core i9 series can be more than 5GHz
At present, GeekBench has exposed the Core i7-10750H, Core i5-10300H and other products.
It’s also worth noting that MSI mentions the 10th generation Core i K-Series processor, the Comet Lake-S desktop processor, in the official press release of the MEG Aegis Ti5. But apart from this exclaiming glance, there is no other detail to touch.