Intel has announced 11 models of 10-generation Intel Ice Lake CPUs aimed at 2-in-1 thin and light laptops, increasing AI processing, integrated Intel Iris Plus graphics core, support for Thunderbolt 3, and connect to Intel Wi-Fi 6 (Gig +).
11 generation Ice Lake CPUs will have all the models from Core i3 to Core i7 and will be named after Intel’s familiar way, starting with 2 numbers 1 and 0 respectively for generation 10. The new point is in The end of the name of Ice Lake CPU will have the suffix G1, G4 or G7.
In particular, G7 with 64 EU units (execution units) is the CPU with the strongest graphics core, followed by G4 with 48 EU and CPU with the lowest graphics core is G1 with 32 EU. .
The first 11 models will be for laptops, still divided into 2 lines U and Y, but distinguished by the numbers 0, 5, 8 corresponding to the TDP level. The greater the TDP level, the greater the power consumption and the stronger the performance. Specifically, the Y series chips will have a zero before the G symbol, while the U series chips will have a number of 5 or 8. Accordingly, 0 is a TDP of 9W, 5 is a TDP of 15W and 8 is a TDP of 28W.
CPUs of the Y series will have a TDP of 9W to 12W, which is energy efficient, suitable for ultra-thin and light laptops.
U series CPUs will have a TDP of 15W to 25W and a maximum of 28W in the Core i7-1068G7 model, providing higher performance, suitable for compact laptops but need more powerful performance.
The Core i5 and i7 chips will have 4 powerful 8-core cores, better multitasking, while the Core i3 models will only have 2-core 4-threads.
The i7-1068G7 model when running in single-core Turbo mode and 3.6 GHZ when the multi-core reaches the maximum clock speed can be up to 4.1 GHz.
Intel said 35 laptops with Ice Lake CPUs were ready to ship during the year-end holiday season.
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