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    Intel outlines Ice Lake-based 10th Gen Core mobile CPUs

    The nomenclature is sure to be confusing.
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    Re: Intel outlines Ice Lake-based 10th Gen Core mobile CPUs

    So the obvious conclusion here is that Intel is trying to write new Shakespeare with a thousand monkeys on a thousand typewriters.

    They then realised they needed to fund the cleaning of the flung monkey faecal splatter and so started using the output of the typewriters (and some splatter) to name CPUs.

    Rumour has it that the next stage of this process is to use said splatter to improve their 10nm process.

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    Re: Intel outlines Ice Lake-based 10th Gen Core mobile CPUs

    I'm very enticed to upgrade, I can't wait, this makes the new AMD laptop CPUs look even better!
    Oh wait, I use Mac for laptops... guess I'll pass.

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    Re: Intel outlines Ice Lake-based 10th Gen Core mobile CPUs

    Bring out the Ghost Canyon NUC with this cpu and updated graphics and I'll buy it.

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    Re: Intel outlines Ice Lake-based 10th Gen Core mobile CPUs

    For me, the naming is very clear...

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    Re: Intel outlines Ice Lake-based 10th Gen Core mobile CPUs

    Not for me - just upgraded work puter to a Ryzen 5 2600 and very pleased with the bang for buck. The old work puter now becomes the music puter. No need for a laptop here for me
    Old puter - still good enuff till I save some pennies!

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    Re: Intel outlines Ice Lake-based 10th Gen Core mobile CPUs

    Little worried by how low the base clock goes soooo low and then the boost is not really higher than its previous gen counterparts. It's worrying because it'll sip power at idle but what happens when it boosts...?

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    Re: Intel outlines Ice Lake-based 10th Gen Core mobile CPUs

    The scaling from 24 EUs in the UHD620 graphics to 64EUs in Gen11 graphics seems somewhat underwhelming. Given it seems that Intel's discrete graphics is based on the same 10nm process which doesn't seem to clock high, this doesn't bode well for Xe graphics cards being more than an energy efficient replacement for the GTX 1650 in laptops.


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    Re: Intel outlines Ice Lake-based 10th Gen Core mobile CPUs

    Quote Originally Posted by DanceswithUnix View Post
    The scaling from 24 EUs in the UHD620 graphics to 64EUs in Gen11 graphics seems somewhat underwhelming. Given it seems that Intel's discrete graphics is based on the same 10nm process which doesn't seem to clock high, this doesn't bode well for Xe graphics cards being more than an energy efficient replacement for the GTX 1650 in laptops.

    That is a good volume market to be in and Intel have the money to undercut themselves to get the market share. I can imagine there are going to be some obscenely aggressive pricing on those cards. Loss making to earn market share...?

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