Intel Claims Its Forthcoming 10th-Gen H-Series CPUs Will Surpass 5GHz

Should that happen, it'll make them more faster than its current top-of-the-line Core i9 H-series chip, the 9980HK, which maxes out at 5GHz.

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Intel boldly announced a challenging move today at CES. The company said it’s surpassing 5GHz with its forthcoming Core i7 H-series 10th generation processors, which will come in form of notebooks.

Should that happen, it’ll make them more faster than its current top-of-the-line Core i9 H-series chip, the 9980HK, which maxes out at 5GHz. However, Intel reaching such speed and going beyond isn’t much of a surprise for us, but just be mindful that it’s doing it in the lesser i7 line. And as the trend of latest model beating the existing, we expect to see the next i9 chip to come and run even faster than the i7.

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In Addition to that, the company says the 10th-gen H-series processors will also scale better across eight cores. Then if that is done, it will lead to a decent performance boost as they projected. Although Intel refuse to speak more, or release further information on its upcoming processors, but we are looking forward to hearing much more from them during their CES keynote on Monday 6th January 2020.

Whatever be the case, you can be rest assured that Intel is coming with something that is worth waiting for very soon.

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