It’s that time of year again when gamers start their lookout for the next generation mobile gaming processors. More specifically, it’s time for the next gen H-series processors to take over the mobile gaming market. Everyone has high expectations this year, the last gen 8750H was a huge step up from its predecessor, the 7700HQ. Even the i5-8300H turned out to be a better performer than the i7-7700HQ. So, for this year, at the GDC 2019, Intel just confirmed the existence of it’s 9th Gen H processors.
Intel confirms the mobile CPUs are in their schedule, all set to launch this summer. It remains to be seen if Intel follows their own previous strategy; increase the core count and GHz while leaving the TPD. A pretty successful turnout for Intel and its mobile chip making business. As vague was their launch date, so was the details about those chips. There are a few details available on them, one of which was their first OEM partner, Lenovo. They will be the first to come out with the rumored Core i7-9750H.
The Blue company is currently promising a performance bump of 10 to 11 percent. More specifically, gaming performance. As for the Premiere Pro, you can expect a whopping 34% faster video editing. If you have a 3-year-old PC, you will receive a boost of up to 97% in the same platform. Finally, the new CPUs will also feature Intel Wi-Fi 6 AX200 (GIG+), Intel Optane Memory H10 and ThunderBolt 3. As for more details, we will just have to wait, atleast until the CES 2019 for the full story.
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