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Intel exposes Comet Lake to laptops: unprecedented frequencies

Intel officially announces new series of With High for the mobile market - -H, with eight cores and speeds touching 5.3 GHz

Officially, delivery today The cover over a new series of For laptops, which is an important refresher over the Coffee Lake H series (also known as the series) 9th Gen). The goal is clear - to optimize על ידי שימוש בתדרי עבודה גבוהים יותר בשביל להציג תוצאות טובות ככל הניתן בשימוש בטכנולוגיה הקיימת ובתהליך היצור של 14 ננומטר.

The architecture of Comet Lake H in the tenth and new generation of Based on the Ninth Generation, it contains a series In the range of four cores to eight cores, HyperThreading technology accompanies all processors without any exception.

At the top is the list of processors i9 10980HK, an 8-core and 16-cap processor capable of reaching a maximum frequency of 5.3Ghz for 2 cores during work. It's about 300Mhz over the i9 9980HK it replaces. Of course it is important to mention that the K in the name can be done Manual for this processor.

Close behind you can find the Although i7 10870H does not allow Manual, but comes with the same core composition and very tight working frequency. Practically, a difference between the two is not likely to be noticeable to the vast majority of users, and this processor is likely to be significantly popular with many gaming PCs.

Also, The i7 10750H is expected to be a very interesting processor, with a healthy 6-core and 12-cap configuration and up to 5Ghz working frequency, suitable for both gaming and professional work. This is a plus of 500Mhz across i7 9750H, such a processor has become popular even in the cheaper categories of gaming laptops.

As far as the composition of architecture is concerned, we know that it is the same as we have seen so far in the previous generation. The core contains up to 8 physical cores, alongside a memory controller Which supports natural up to 2933Mhz frequency (slight improvement over the previous generation 2666Mhz). Despite being For high-end computers, Comet Lake H includes Built-in graphic type Graphics UHD 630 which is nice for those who do coding and other operations that can rely on this graphic core.

Cache memory remains 16MB in the senior models, with 12MB of them at third level and the rest at first and second level. The CPU heat casing is set at 45W when you i9 10980HK can be embedded in computers with a 65W setting as well. Short-term power restrictions vary from manufacturer to manufacturer. One who chooses will be able to give this processor a significantly higher power consumption for a few seconds to complete one or the other calculation operation.

As early as April we are expected to hear a variety of laptops from the many manufacturers of the new Comet Lake H processors. They are expected to come in a variety of configurations and sizes alongside graphical cores, mainly GTX and RTX models .


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  1. If we wanted proof that AMD is hitting Intel on the thigh. We went back to the NETBURST days (for those who remember).
    On the other hand - the lesson Intel learned then led CORE processors and its lead on the market up to RYZEN. Maybe that will make Intel's next generation back in the lead.

  2. This announcement, the day after we saw AMD mobile results with the Ryzen 4XXX mobile processors (and remember, AMD has never been able to properly handle Intel in mobile, let alone lead them as we saw yesterday) seems like a panic step by Intel. Here is the launch of the Ryzen 4XXX for anyone interested:

    So here are some highlights / comments to put things in proportion:

    1. The 5.3GHz frequency is just a number designed to fool people who do not understand what is really happening on mobile devices. Why? For some reasons, the first of these is the fact that these processors will not run more than 2 cores simultaneously at this frequency, and this is only on mobile devices that will provide them with 65W (which is a lot of mobile devices for those of you, quite a few of the latest AMD desktop processors need such power and this is about Mobile processor). Add that to the fact that this is still about 14NM processors just like the previous generations and you will realize that there will be a warming problem here as well. On mobile this means the chance that the processor will work at this frequency for a very short time aspires to zero (in processors nowadays on mobile it is quite difficult to cool the processor. Once the processor is overloaded and it heats up, the frequency drops significantly).

    2. "Compared to the company for a three-year system, Intel claims it is a leap and improvement as the i9-10980HK provides: up to 54% more frames per second in gaming" - I read this line 3 times and then started laughing out loud. really? 54% extra performance in games? really?! Even if you take 2 and even 3 generations back and put all their extra performance together, you won't reach that number. And again - this is about the same architecture and the same 14NM old-fashioned minimization technology, so this statement is just ridiculous and I'm willing to put money here in front of anyone who doesn't even come close to it in 99% of cases (the word "up" is a marketing tool designed to fool fools, As "shampooing" up to 50% more healthy hair ").

    Those who want to learn more are welcome to read it:

    * This CPU can hit this frequency on two cores. However, this has some specific requirements: the system needs to be within its secondary power limits, and Intel's Thermal Velocity Boost also needs to be turned on. The laughter of which means that there is additional thermal headroom in the system and that OEMs have designed for this and enabled it within the system. This allows the CPU to go from 5.1 GHz to 5.3 GHz. Every Intel Thermal Velocity Boost enabled CPU requires specific OEM support in order to get those extra two bins on the single core frequency.

    All of this announcement seems to be an attempt (and probably successful because most people don't really understand what they're reading) to throw numbers in the air to disable AMD's successful launch today yesterday. I personally recommend to anyone planning to purchase a mobile that needs performance soon to take a look at mobile-based Ryzen 4XXX, which right now gives much more and much less - just like the Ryzen 3XXX that recently launched on the desktop market.

  3. In short, Intel has nothing to bring to the table.
    A good time to increase your investment in AMD

  4. Yes, 5.3Ghz if you happen to have some liquid nitrogen around, especially when we all work from home now, and for 500 milliseconds so you can say you have a higher average frame rate per second than the competition. Successfully.

  5. huber & co - exactly what I was thinking when I saw the title. If a laptop really was capable of reaching such frequencies at all - it should have been made of exotic materials and / and have a cooling system that weighs much more than an average laptop. To reach such a frequency under this laboratory condition is very little wisdom.
    Powerful laptops are also very hot in this way (without 5+ frequency CPUs).

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