Intel Releases World’s First 6 Cores and 8 Threads Processors

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At CES 2020, Intel previewed upcoming mobile PC processors code-named “Tiger Lake.” Tiger Lake’s new capabilities, built on Intel’s 10nm+ process and integrated with new Intel Xe graphics architecture, are expected to deliver massive gains over 10th Gen Intel Core processors. First systems are expected to ship this year. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Some new information has emerged about the new processor Comet Lake H i5-10500H, which will be released by the US technology company Intel. According to the information revealed in 3DMark, the processor will have 6 cores and 8 threads.

US technology company Intel, which is in competition with AMD, will be impressed by its competitor’s Ryzen 4000, and there were several rumors that Comet Lake H will exit earlier than expected.

Some claims made today revealed that Intel had different plans in addition to early release of its product. A Twitter user named @TUM_APISAK, which revealed various information from the sector, made new claims about Intel’s new processor.

Comet Lake H
According to new claims, Intel can increase the number of cores in the Comet Lake H processor. A processor claimed to be Comet LAke H i5-10500H, appeared in 3DMark with 6 cores. But what’s interesting is that the processor has 8 threads.

Of course, this listing is likely to be inaccurate. However, if this information is correct, the i5-10500H means it will be the world’s first 6 cores and 8 thread processors. In 3DMark, the clock speed of the processor is 2.5 GHz.

Considering these features, we can say that the i5-10500H will have a performance almost equivalent to i7-10750H with 6 cores and 12 particles. However, the processor, which will be the direct competitor of the i5-10500H, will be Ryzen 5 4600H with 7 nm 6 cores and 12 threads. Although AMD’s 8 cores and 16 threads Ryzen 7 4800H processor is very powerful compared to i5-10500H, there will be a price difference between them.

While new details and official information about Intel’s new processor are not much yet, more detailed information will emerge as time goes on.

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