The presentation of new Intel processors is not worth waiting for in the coming months, but the network has already appeared the first details about them. According to the latest data, with the tenth generation chips made on the Comet Lake architecture, the manufacturer will switch to ten thousandths in the model numbering. In addition, the technical characteristics of some future processors have become known.
At the moment, details are disclosed only about four mobile Intel chips of the tenth generation. They belong to the Comet Lake-U family (CML-U) and are intended for use in ultrabooks, mini-PCs and other devices that do not require high power. All of them support Hyper-Threading technology and have a TDP of 15W.
|Model||Number of cores / threads||Base frequency||Boost frequency (1 core)||Boost frequency (all cores)||Tdp|
|Core i7-10710U||6/12||1.1 GHz|
|3.8 GHz||15 W|
|Core i7-10510U||4/8||1.8 GHz|
|4.3 GHz||15 W|
|Core i5-10210U||4/8||1.6 GHz|
|3.9 GHz||15 W|
|Core i3-10110U||2/4||2.1 GHz||4.1 GHz||3.7 GHz||15 W|
The new Comet Lake processors will be manufactured using the 14-nm process technology. Reportedly, Comet Lake-S (CML-S) and Comet Lake-H (CML-H) series models will receive up to 10 cores. The presentation of the tenth generation of Intel Core i processors is expected in the fourth quarter of this year.