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Intel's 10th-Gen Core CPUs: 5 Things To Know About The 10nm Chips

CRN dives deep into Intel's new 10th-generation, 10-nanometer Core mobile processors, which are designed to bring new AI and graphical capabilities to ultra-thin laptops.

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After Years Of Delays, Intel 10nm Is Here

After debuting its ninth-generation Core CPUs for desktop computers last fall, Intel is taking a different approach with the launch of its 10th-generation Core platform. Instead of aiming for desktops first, the semiconductor giant is making a big swing for the notebook market, specifically ultra-thin laptops.

The reveal of Intel's 10th-generation Core processors at this week's Computex in Taiwan has been long in the making. Before the Santa Clara, Calif.-based company shed the first details on the processors' underlying architecture, Ice Lake, at CES in January, the company had dealt with years of delays for the 10-nanometer manufacturing process that Ice Lake is based on.

[Related: AMD's 7nm Ryzen 3000 CPUs, Radeon RX 5700 GPUs: 5 Things To Know]

Intel did ship a batch of 10nm mobile processors code-named Cannon Lake last year, but the release was limited and received little fanfare. Intel's 10th-generation Core processors, on the other hand, are expecting a wider release, with more than 30 laptop designs from OEMs expected this year.

The new processors are a major milestone for Intel, which has relied on the 14nm manufacturing process and iterative improvements for its client and server processors since 2015.

What follows are the most important things to know about Intel's new 10th-generation Core mobile processors, including basic specifications such as core count and clock frequency, new laptops that are shipping with the CPUs, new AI features, improved gaming and content creation capabilities, and what's next for the company in its CPU roadmap and beyond.

 
 
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