Today, Intel presented its latest set of mobile processors and introduces its 9th generation architecture to laptops and tablets. As we saw with the desktop version back in October, it should provide a decent performance boost. The company introduced the first consumer chip to reach 5 GHz, making it the same for laptops.
This Speedster is the flagship 9980HK, which can drive up to 5GHz speed from a 2.4GHz base clock. Intel says it can deliver "up to 1
It costs you a small penny but given the manufacturer's recommended price is $ 583. There is also the non-overclockable 9880H, which goes from 2.3 to 4.8 Ghz. Intel doubles the (probably huge) laptops that sport these super-powered chips "Musclebooks." Super cheesy, but I'm also kind pregnant.
The more common processors are less exciting. Intel does not add new cores as it did last year or dramatically changed the architecture. Functionally, the primary purposes of Intel's H10 module are Optane and Wi-Fi 6 compatibility. The former promises 63 percent faster performance compared to a three-year PC running a traditional SSD, but manufacturers would have to adopt Intel's memory solution. Meanwhile, if you have a compatible router, Wi-Fi 6 can let you transmit data three times faster than 2 × 2 AC Wi-Fi that is the norm today.
If you bought a laptop earlier this year, there's not much reason to upgrade, but the top of the line processors gives laptops closer than ever to desktop performance. Well, if you don't actually use desktop hardware, leave Dell's Alienware a51m. Expected to see these new processors appear in laptops throughout the year.
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Published April 24, 2019 – 04:18 UTC