Intel Comet Lake-H uncovered: 10th generation filtered
We know the technical specifications of the upcoming high-performance chips from Intel. The comet Lake H is here. Would you like to see it?
In recent months, information has been flooding in on Intel’s next line of portable processors. Today, it may turn out to be a breaking point in the whole wave of rumors or assumptions. The reason is that several slides have leaked out of Intel’s alleged presentation, which described the specifications of the Comet Lake-H chips in detail. If you want to know about them, you can find all the information below.
Intel Comet Lake-H is filtered
This family of chips refers to Intel’s powerful mobile processors. Being characterized by offering the highest frequencies, we find the 3 common ranges: i5, i7 and i9. It seems that the i5 will not have the Thermal Velocity Boost technology, a feature that allows the processor to increase the frequency when temperatures and conditions allow it.
Furthermore, you will find an unlocked processor: the Intel Core i9-10980HK, which is the flagship of the new line. It will have 8 cores and 16 threads, along with a turbo frequency of 5.3 GHz (if conditions allow) and a TDP of 45W. An additional slide has been filtered out of this processor to give an insight into its leading role in the next presentation.
In addition, another slide has been published that summarizes the new features of the 10th generation of Intel chips. Among other things, it refers to the new support of RAM memory at 2933 MHz, Wi-Fi 6 and the frequencies obtained by the various processors. The “partial” unlocking of the i7-10850H is striking.
However, the Thermal Velocity Boost tells us that the i7 and i9 chips will be hot because the i5-10400H will go up to 4.6GHz without this technology. Therefore, it is predicted that the 5.3 GHz that the i9-10980HK reaches will be punctual or hardly constant.