The new generation of the Ryzen 4000 mobile processor is in the air, and the top-of-the-line Ryzen 7 4800H has an 8-core 16-thread specification with a turbo-high 4.2GHz. On Intel’s side, the mobile version of the processor only has 8 core 16 threads, and the mobile version of the i7 processor is only 6 core 12 threads. To prevent the presence of the Ryzen 7 hit the i9, Intel plans to add an 8-core 16-threaded model to the tenth generation of standard Core processor sequences.
According to the information currently available, the 8 core 16 thread of the standard i7 processor model is Core i7-10875H, the base frequency 2.1GHz, the maximum turbo frequency 4.5GHz. Basically, the original i9-10880H based on a slightly downfrequency, the highest turbo from 4.9GHz to 4.5GHz, of course, may also be castrated the overclocking function.
As for the i7-10750H, the processor also exists, still the specification of the 6 core 12 thread, but at a higher frequency than the current i7-9750H.
As AMD processors advance dramatically in terms of IPC and energy efficiency ratios over the years, Intel is also taking a low profile in response to competition from AMD. The introduction of the Core i7-10875H is also a last resort, otherwise in the face of the Ryzen 7 4800H, Intel can only take the i9 out to compete with it.
In short, in any case, competition is always good for consumers.