At CES earlier this month, Intel released the 10th genuator H-Series pressurized high-performance mobile processor, codenamed Comet Lake-H, based on a 14nm process, primarily for the gamebook. This week, the i5-10300H performance in the Cinebench R20 was exposed in the media, with 11% higher performance in 1924cb than the previous i5-9300H.
Of course, it should not be overlooked that although they are all 4-core 8 threads, 45W TDP, i5-10300H frequencies (base frequency 2.5GHz, acceleration 4.3GHz) are themselves 100, 200MHz higher.
According to Intel, the next-generation standard i7 series can be dynamically accelerated to 5GHz, and the i9 series can exceed 5GHz.
Some model specifications, has not been officially confirmed, for reference only
Separately, Intel officials have previously revealed that Comet Lake-H will ship by the end of the first quarter, when the 10-generation games on the market will be available. For Intel, however, the 7nm Ryzen APU (4000 series) has also stepped into the notebook platform, to the unknown to the deer dead.