Intel has come up with its brand new 10th generation mobile processors which offer speeds surplus of 5GHz for the first time. It’s an H-series CPU that is yet to be named, particularly in the range of CoreI7, which will provide extreme faster speeds than the present CoreI9-9980HK flagship( that tops-out at 5GHz). The latest Core I9 mobile processors will be faster and provide up to 16 threads and 8 cores with maximum speed well above 5GHz.
Currently, Intel has a desirable market portion of the laptop market, principally with gaming-focused models and due to the deprivation in the device market for the moment for AMD’s 7nm Zen 2 Ryzen CPU’s, there are fewer chances for things to get changed, at least in the short run.
With this move, Intel strengthens its lightly-threaded performance, which is to offer better performance in games and productivity workloads. Despite the fact of no say on pricing, and how economical laptops offering these processors will be.
Adding on, Intel has also announced its current addition to its NUC which is the minicomputer range- The Ghost Canyon NUC. This will be the foremost NUC including an option to install a detachable graphics card, along with an unclosed core I9 H-series mobile CPU. NUC will also allow end-users to update the CPU. This new NUC will appear in a much bigger case than we had seen with past NUC’s, with the latest sitting at 5 liters.
This new Ghost Canyon NUC will extend Core I5, I7 and I9 CPU’s and preliminary photos point at an unsegregated PSU instead of the external power brick and dual-slot GPU support as well. As of now, you can only anticipate that the small case will be restricted to the supers-short PCB graphics card, but we have a large number of these around with powerful GPU’s from the likes of Nvidia also. The company discloses that some more will be out soon in the holiday season of this year!