Intel today has officially announced the new six new additions to its 10th Gen Core series processor line-up for laptops. Previously codenamed as Comet Lake-H, these new chips are designated as the H-Series processors which are usually used in gaming and high-performance laptops.
In general, this is how the line-up looks like:
When compared to 3-year old processors (that means 7th Gen Core CPUs) which Intel believe old enough to be replaced by these Comet Lake-H chips, they deliver up to 44% improvements in terms of overall performance.For gaming, the new processors apparently able to deliver up to 54% more FPS and speed up 4K video rendering as well as export speed up to two times faster.
To further drive its point, Intel has released these charts as references:
Intel didn’t provide us with comparison figures against last year’s 9th Gen Core H-series processors but the company did say that overall performance gain could be as high as 20%.
As for availability, manufacturers will begin to accept pre-orders for laptops with 10th Gen Intel Core H-Series processors starting from today while they should appear at retail stores from mid-April onwards. Stay tuned, as we going to discuss about these new laptops very soon.