Intel unveils tenth generation of Comet Lake processors and eight more chips available at Christmas – Computers
2 years ago
Intel unveiled the tenth generation of processors, called Comet Lake, at a time when it appears on the market refreshed with news. The company recently sold its modems division to Apple, missing out on this technology race for the fifth generation mobile. The company also recently talked about its first fully dedicated artificial intelligence chip designed to accelerate the implementation of deep learning on a large scale.
The new generation of processors thus opens up more combinations to deliver user-tailored experiences, both in productivity and performance, in thin and light notebooks such as 2 in 1 designs, ensuring greater system autonomy. As a first step, a U-series six-core processor was introduced for the first time.
The new processors are based on the 14 nanometer manufacturing process and will have up to 12 threads, supporting a clock speed of up to 4.9 GHz frequency. And while not having the advantages of Ice Lake 10 nm chips, Intel guarantees an overall performance improvement of up to 16% and up to 41% productivity and multitasking usage in Office 365, for example.
Technology says the new processors will be equipped with computers that will arrive in the holiday season. The debut will be made on machines that are being verified by Intel in the innovation and authentication program, worthy of the recently announced “Engineered for mobile performance” label.
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