What makes Intel’s 10th-generation processors attractive to buy is undoubtedly the company’s new 10-nanometer architecture which is the result of a long journey to chip size shrinkage.
The latter is a more efficient design which ensures not only less power consumption but also better performance.
Along with this architecture, the company has also introduced the first Intel-U family of six-core and 12-threads chips, the Core i7-10710U. This processor has a base frequency of 1.1 GHz and a Turbo full of 4.7 GHz. But the turbo frequency for all cores together is no more than 3.9Ghz.
The second performance model is the Core i7-10510U which has a relatively higher turbo frequency of 4.9Ghz with a single core and 4.3Ghz with all cores maintaining the base frequency of 1.1Ghz. However there are only four cores and eight threads.
Intel says the Core i7-10710U is 16% faster than last year’s Core i7-8565U model and 41% faster in Office 365 productivity.
As usual the U Series are built for ultra-portable laptops while the Y Series for even thinner laptops. The Y series comes with four cores and eight threads all except for the Core i3 models.
The entire U and Y Series will have faster memory than the previous generation, Wi-Fi 6 connectivity and support for Thunderbolt 3. The first computers with these processors are expected to arrive in the holiday season towards the end of 2019.
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