Apr 2, 2020

Intel launches 10th Gen Core H-Series laptop, See Processor Speed

Intel has launched its first laptop processors, the 10th Gen Core H-Series, that breaks the 5GHz barrier with speeds that range from 2.3GHz to 5.3GHz. It is targeting gamers and content creators. Or those who both play games and upload videos to YouTube — at the same time.

The new Intel Core i9-10980HK processor is the high end of the family, with speeds ranging from 2.4GHz to 5.3GHz. It can run 16 threads across eight cores and is unlocked for overclocking. That’s pretty beastly for a mobile processor, and they’re Intel’s answer to Advanced Micro Devices’ Ryzen 4000 mobile processors.
But about 60% of the new family of processors can get above 5.0GHz at the maximum single-core turbo frequency setting, said Fredrik Hamberger, general manager for premium and gaming laptops at Intel, in a press briefing. AMD’s chips can reach as much as 4.4GHz.
“We’re super excited about this category,” Hamberger said. “And it’s also a category that, right now, when you look at in everything that’s happening, it is so good to deliver relief for a lot of people so they can get online, play games, socialize, even if it’s at the right distance to keep it safe.”
He said that more than 30 thin-and-light laptops (many under 20 millimeters thick) are coming from manufacturers using this chip family, and there will be more than 100 laptops coming this year using this platform, starting with the first machines arriving around mid-April.

“Fast gameplay gets the consumers into the store, but these are multipurpose devices,” Hamberger said. “The performance is 23% to 54% better on hardcore games versus a three-year-old laptop. Desktop-caliber performance is what we are looking at.”
Intel estimates there are 60 million content creators out there, and many of them use their laptops for video editing, streaming, and games. PC manufacturers who are launching new laptops include Acer, Asus, Dell, Gigabyte, HP, Lenovo, MSI, and Razer.
The new chips with power-saving features will debut inside two-in-one hybrid tablet-laptops, in laptops with thin-border displays, and gaming machines with 300Hz displays.
The 10th Gen Intel Core mobile processors are fine-tuned with intelligent performance optimizations like Intel Turbo Boost Max Technology 3.0, Intel Speed Optimizer, Intel Thermal Velocity Boost,3 and Intel Adaptix Dynamic Tuning for extracting maximum computing power from your system.
Intel Turbo Boost Max Technology 3.0 optimizes for lightly-threaded performance by identifying your processor’s fastest cores and directing your most critical workloads to them.
The Intel Speed Optimizer is a one-click overclocking feature built into Intel Extreme Tuning Utility (Intel XTU) that leverages thermal and power delivery headroom to improve multi-threaded performance scenarios.
And the Intel Thermal Velocity Boost3 (Intel TVB) is a feature supported on all 10th Gen mobile H-series Intel Core i7, Intel Core i9, and Intel Xeon processors. It opportunistically and automatically increases clock frequency by up to 200 MHz if the processor temperature is 65 degrees centigrade or lower and turbo power budget is available.

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