Intel unveils new ‘desktop-caliber’ H-series mobile processors

Intel recently announced the launch of its 10th Gen Intel Core H-series mobile processors. This includes the 10th Gen Intel Core i9-10980HK1 processor, which is meant to deliver desktop-caliber performance for gamers and creators who require that level of functionality on the go.

If you’re interested in making use of these new Intel H-series mobile processors for gaming or creating on the go, here’s a quick rundown.

About the new H-series mobile processors

Gamers and creators have traditionally been bound to desktop devices because of the power and performance they offer. But today, those users are moving increasingly toward mobile systems that offer more flexibility. To satisfy that need, the new 10th Gen Intel Core laptop processors aim to deliver faster performance, including up to 5.3 GHz Turbo, eight cores, and 16 threads.

One of the most anticipated offerings in this new release is the 10th Gen Intel Core i9-10980HK. This model includes up to 5.3 GHz Turbo, eight cores, 16 threads, and 16MB of Intel Smart Cache. The unlocked version also allows for further customization, optimization, and tuning of the CPU’s performance, all without sacrificing power and performance. This launch also includes the new Intel Core i7-10875H, which features up to 5.1 GHz Turbo, eight cores, and 16 threads. This makes it ideal for creators, gamers, and multitaskers that need access to a variety of functions on their laptops.

Features of Intel’s new H-series

The new series of mobile processors was engineered in collaboration with leading PC manufacturers. The launch includes more than 30 systems that measure 20mm or less in thickness. And there are more than 100 overall designs across consumer, commercial, and workstation segments that are slated to launch throughout the year.

Additionally, Intel has optimized its laptops along with PC manufacturers to ensure that they’re able to support the latest technologies like integrated Intel WiFi 6 AX201, Intel Turbo Boost Max Technology 3.0​, Intel Adaptix Dynamic Tuning Technology, and more.

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