The new processors (formerly code-named "Comet Lake") build on the announcement first made by the company at Computex 2019 in June. The Comet Lake chips are powered by ageing Skylake architecture and Gen 9.5 graphics while the Ice Lake chip is packed with a newer architecture and Gen 11 graphics.
The eight new processors use Intel's optimised 14nm production process. Intel has introduced a slate of new processors that are being added to its 10 Gen lineup. Intel has backed in several welcome surprises for these processors that can power the majority of reasonably priced ultra-thin laptops in the coming months. So yes, you will get super fast and smooth performance on the laptops using this Intel 10th Gen Processors.
The new 10th-generation Intel Core lineup also comes with Intel Wi-Fi 6 (Gig+) wireless chipset with WPA3 security support for faster and more secure Internet connections and broader scaling of Thunderbolt 3 ports with up to 40 Gb/s data transfers. For example, Intel Ice Lake processors are technical of U series and Y series but users won't find that in the model name. The U models are the extra powerful ones, shipping in configurations of up to six cores, which is a huge upgrade for processors that need to function at 15W TDP.
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The naming convention for 10 Gen processors is quite confusing.
The result is a complete family of processors that complement each other, giving people choices for what usages matter most to them and re-imagining the possibilities of a modern laptop experience. Not to be left out in the dark, the current XPS 13 9380 with Intel Whiskey Lake-U will also be updated to Comet Lake-U for a launch this September. Intel says that they'll be in machines by the time the holiday season rolls around. Intel's explanation is its 10nm Ice Lake parts is focused on bringing artificial intelligence capabilities to the PC at scale.