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Intel 10th generation Core i5-10300H exposure: 100MHz speed increase again

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Today, a Core i5-10300H from the Comet Lake-H standard version family appears in the 3DMark database, and it still has 4 cores and 8 threads. The reference frequency is 2.5GHz, and the core frequency is not detected.
Intel 10th generation Core i5-10300H exposure: 100MHz speed increase again


The lowest-end model of the eight-generation Core Standard Edition is the i5-8300H, with 4 cores and 8 threads, the main frequency is 2.3-4.0GHz, and the thermal design power consumption is 45W.

The 9th generation Core evolved into i5-9300H, 4 cores and 8 threads, clocked at 2.4-4.1GHz, that is, only increased by 100MHz, and the thermal design power consumption continued to maintain 45W.

The benchmark frequency of i5-10300H has been increased again by 100MHz. If there is no accidental core frequency, the maximum frequency will be increased by 100MHz again to reach 4.2GHz, and the thermal design power consumption has to be 45W.

After three generations, this increase is really touching, but the i5-x300H series has always been the standard for gaming books, and this time will certainly be no exception.

Intel 10th generation Core i5-10300H exposure: 100MHz speed increase again

It also has the i5-9300HF, which shields the nuclear display like the F series on the desktop. For the gaming notebook, the nuclear display is completely a burden. I thought it would also be favoured by many gaming notebooks. As a result, i7-9750H, i5- The 9300H is all hot, but I never saw this i7-9750HF.

When the next generation is about to debut, everyone finally remembers it? Will there be i7-10750HF, i5-10300HF?

Intel 10th generation Core i5-10300H exposure: 100MHz speed increase again

Thanks, Mydrivers

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