Intel Details 10th Gen Comet Lake-H for 45 W Notebooks: Up to 5.3 GHz*
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  • Nokiya Cheruhone - Saturday, April 4, 2020 - link

    Why do I read comments saying something about Intel being more energy efficient because it is faster to complete the work; Lol read up on dirac distribution. Actually it's not even same area, its area is multiplied with something like c* exp(freq). But whatever. Smart monkeys. Reply
  • Tilmitt - Monday, April 6, 2020 - link

    Five years on and they're still rereleasing Skylake. Incredible. Reply
  • aadish151 - Monday, April 6, 2020 - link

    First of all, Intel should change that ridiculous 5-digit naming scheme. Reply
  • Ansh_G - Tuesday, April 7, 2020 - link

    I have been planning on getting a notebook for regular use - is this a viable option or should I stick with an ipad ? Reply
  • Santoval - Sunday, April 12, 2020 - link

    Why are Intel comparing Comet Lake-H to an arbitrary "3 year-old PC" instead of laptops with AMD's 4000 APU -H series? We all know the answer but even so, some among the many disclaimers Intel listed should stretch Comet Lake-H's performance quite higher than its actual performance, and thus artificially increase its performance over a "3 yo PC".

    Legal disclaimer #3 alone is enough to blow up performance, since "optimized for performance only on Intel processors" strongly suggests usage of aggressive compiler flags only on the newer processors (the "3 year old PC" is as vague and arbitrary as it can possibly get, so there's nothing to suggest the same compiler flags were employed).
    Intel have never shied away from dirty tricks like the above, and now that AMD surpassed them in performance even in the laptop market my educated guess is that they will try to conjure up even more creative BS.
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  • Qasar - Monday, April 13, 2020 - link

    " now that AMD surpassed them in performance even in the laptop market " not according to gondalf and Deicidium369 in the review of the amd 4k laptop here, according to them, intel is still king and isnt losing anything, or in any tests. Reply
  • Andriivas - Sunday, November 22, 2020 - link

    Hello! I am looking for a laptop with a powerful processor (I plan to do web development). I choose between these processors https://vsrank.com/en/intel-core-i7-7700hq-vs-inte... Is it worth overpaying for Intel Core i7-10750H? Reply

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