It was reported earlier in the last year that Intel is set to get its Turbo 5.0Ghz speed in October, the time is over now,
Intel is ready and expected to release the 10th Generation Core High-Performance Mobile Edition, codenamed Comet Lake-H at the end of this month. It will also bring the new Xeon W series for mobile workstations, super notebooks, business notebooks and other products.
The 10th gen Core H is known to have an 8-core, 16-thread Core i9-10980HK, a 6-core, 12-thread Core i7-10750H, a 4-core, 8-core Core i5-10400H / 10300H, and ‘other models.
The new Xeon W series first exhibited two models, one is the Xeon W-10885M flagship, 8 cores and 16 threads, three levels of 16MB cache, Turbo Boost CPU frequency up to 5.3GHz, thermal design power consumption 45W.
Obviously, this is a copy of the i9-10980HK, the reference frequency should therefore also be around 3.1 GHz.
The other is the Consumer Xeon W-10855M, with 6 cores and 12 threads, a 12MB L3 cache, a maximum frequency of 5.1GHz and a thermal design power consumption of 45W.
It is very close to the specifications of the i7-10750H, but the Turbo frequency of the latter is currently 5.0GH z, which is slightly different.
Of course, as a workstation platform product, Xeon W-10885M, Xeon W-10855M will never be a simple copy of the Core series, but also supports advanced technologies such as ECC memory, vPro vPro, TXT secure execution, AMT active management, etc. In addition, according to the latest exhibition documents, i5-10400H and i5-10300H will integrate 8MB L3 cache, and the maximum frequency of Turbo frequency is 4.6GHz and 4.5GHz respectively.
Intel is also actively working on AI chips that could be used in cloud platforms, the company bought AI startup Habana a few months ago and has focused on its AI capabilities within fleas.
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