Intel 10th Gen H-Series Mobile CPUs Hit Up To 5.3GHz
Written by Michael Larabel in Intel on 2 April 2020 at 06:18 AM EDT. 17 Comments
INTEL --
Days after AMD announced their full Ryzen 4000 series mobile CPU line-up, Intel has now introduced their 10th Gen Core H-series processors.

For competing against the Ryzen 9 4900H, Intel now has the Core i9 10980HK processor. This top-end Intel mobile CPU is eight cores / sixteen threads and features a 5.3GHz turbo frequency. This 45 Watt TDP mobile CPU has a 3.1GHz base frequency.

In the 10th Gen H-Series line-up is also the Core i9 10750HK processor with a 5.0GHz turbo. The 10th Gen H-Series line-up remains on a 14nm process.


More details at Intel Newsroom. I haven't heard on any Linux testing prospects though at least do plan on picking up a Ryzen 4000 series laptop for Linux testing this month soon as finding any in-stock availability.
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