The blue team’s 10th Gen Comet Lake-H CPUs is finding its way in many of the new gaming laptops and helping to achieve higher frame rates with the high single-core frequencies. Now, Intel has given 4-core, 6-core, and 8-cores options of their new CPUs, and preferably the first two are finding its way into many gaming laptops out there.
While the only 8-core option i.e. the Core i7-10875H did make its way into a lot of flagship gaming laptops already. However, as Notebookcheck points out, the gaming laptop maker OEM Schenker/XMG has reported the fact that the Core i7-10875H will actually face severe supply issues much like when they predicted for the Ryzen 7 4800H.
So, before getting into such kind of situation Intel has found an alternative in the form of the new 8-core Core i7-10870H. There’s not much difference between the new CPU and the previously introduced flagship, the Core i7-10870H features a 2.2GHz base clock speed (100MHz slower than the Core i7-10875H).
Apart from this minor difference, rest everything remains the same as 5.1GHz boost clock speed, 16MB L3 cache, and DDR4-2933 RAM support.
While the Intel Core i5-10200H is the new entry-level gaming processor which is similar to the previously launched Core i5-10300H, however, 100 MHz slower in base frequency and 400 MHz slower in boost frequency. Both of these CPUs operate at 45 watts TDP. Schenker/XMG may be using these processors to tackle the deficit from Intel in the coming days.
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