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Intel Core 9th gen series H : 8-core up to 5 GHz for notebooks top of the range

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Published on Feb 16, 2019

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Confirming the rumors of the past few days | Intel Core i9-9980HK, a CPU 8c/16t for notebook computers | yesterday Intel has published an official document that confirms the imminent arrival of processors for notebook Core 9th generation series H. In the time of the writing of this article, the updated document (CTP-Metrics-for-Intel-Core-Processors) has been removed, however, colleagues Toms Hardware USA have managed to capture a screenshot of the PDF in question, which confirms the different models in the series Core i9 9XXX H.

As is the tradition, the new line-up Core H is addressed to the market of high-performance notebook (mobile workstation, pc-gaming, etc.), with models ranging from the Core i5, passing to the more powerful Core i7 and Core i9 for laptops top of the range. To lead the new generation of CPU for notebook computer is the Core i9-9980HK, a chip with 8 cores/16 threads, capable of pressing the 5 GHz mode Turbo Boost technology single-core. The processor provides the clock multiplier is unlocked for overclocking, it is equipped with 16MB of cachel L3 and supports memory DDR4-2666; the graphics will be the iGPU Intel UHD 630 while the TDP should not exceed 45W.

A step below we find the Core i9-9980H identical characteristics, but with the multiplier locked and frequency Turbo Boost to 4.8 GHz. Series Core i7 9a jan, we find instead a Core i7-9850H and Core i7-9750H, both configured as a 6 core/12 thread 12MB L3 cache) and clock frequencies are very close: the first goes up to 4.7 GHz, the second comes to 4.5 GHz peak.Three cameras for maximum fun and an excellent hardware? Huawei Mate 20 Pro, on offer today from Clicksmart 699 euro, or from ePrice to 791 euro. CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING

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