Intel has announced a new suite of processors for high-end laptops, offering higher speeds and better connectivity than previous chips. The new 9-generation H-series processors, which have more than 45W of power, are available in thinner and lighter laptops in the Core i5, i7, and i9, and for demanding applications such as gaming or creating Content designed.
The star of the new chips is the Core i9-9980HK, which has a new top turbo speed of 5 GHz, a speed that was previously not possible with a laptop chip. It's also unlocked, which means it can be overclocked for even more speed. Like the previous Core i9 chips, the 9980HK has eight cores and 1
According to Intel, the new processors offer up to 54 percent faster 4K video editing and 56 percent improvement in gameplay over a three-year-old computer. The new chips are available today in Acer, Asus, Dell, HP, Razer, Lenovo and MSI machines.
Intel has expanded its 9th-generation desktop offering to more than 25 different CPU options across the Celeron, Pentium Gold, Core i3, i5, i7, and i9 configurations. The new Celeron and Pentium Gold designs are the first 9th-generation chips in these families, designed to give lower-end entry-level computers a boost.
All of these new chips still use the 14 nm process that was developed by Intel for some generations pasted. Theoretically, the company is expected to move to a newer process during the year, which should lead to improved performance and efficiency.