Intel revealed a few months ago about its 10-generation IceLake notebook CPU during computing at the Technology Fair. Now the company has revealed all the details. Antel will introduce the first 11 new processors. These will range from dual core i3 to quad core i7 range.
They are all built on the new 10 nano meter Sunny Cove architecture. This time, their model numbers will be a little more complicated as the company is also offering three new graphics options.
Their names might be similar to the Core i7-1068G7.
Intel also revealed about its new Terraflops Iris Plus graphics. It can play some games at 1080p. They’ll have a G7 and finally a model number, indicating that they have 64 EUs or execution units. The G4 tag will have 48 EUs but will have Iris Plus technology. The lowest will be the G1 chip that supports UHD graphics with 32 EUs.
Intel has split its laptop chip into the Y-Series and U-Series. With the quad-core models, the Wi-Fi chip will be much better in this generation. It won’t be much better for you but it will be more powerful than Intel’s previous notebook chips.
Intel also previously reported that the most powerful model of the 10-generation processor could have speeds of up to 4.1 GHz.
In comparison, Intel’s 8th-generation i7-8565U model had 4.6 GHz speed, but the new chip is faster than many other methods. Antal claims that its Sunny Cove architecture is now 18% more instructive than before. Can handle per clock. This allows it to work more at a single clock speed. Also, the L1 and L2 caches will increase the speed of daily work.
The new processor will have high AI computations, support for up to 4 ports of Thunderbolt 3 for connectivity and next-generation Wi-Fi 6 connectivity. Since it has 10 Nm processors, it will be better than all previous company chips.