Gamers and multimedia editing professionals waiting for the next-generation laptops and portable computing devices will get the chance to buy the latest premium devices packing Intel’s 10th Gen Mobility CPUs and NVIDIA SUPER GPUs arriving early next month. While NVIDIA is planning to offer 6 new GPUs with the SUPER branding, Intel will launch multiple variants under the Core branding.
Premium gaming laptops packing the new Intel CPU and NVIDIA GPU combo will be paper launched/announced on April 2nd. Consumers should be able to purchase such powerful portable computing devices by April 15th. As expected, the prices of older variants should fall sharply during the same period. However, Intel’s 10th Generation Mobility CPUs and NVIDIA SUPER GPUs have proven to offer substantial performance gains over all the predecessors.
Next-Gen Premium Gaming Laptops With Intel 10th Gen and NVIDIA SUPER GPU Arriving In April 2020:
There’s little doubt that Intel’s 10th generation CPUs, combined with brand new NVIDIA SUPER series GPUs, are going to make for an excellent combination. While AMD’s Renoir Ryzen 4000 Mobility APUs with Radeon Vega Graphics based on the ZEN 2 Architecture will certainly remain an attractive alternative, buyers and more specifically Intel CPU loyalists, are expected to make the most of the opportunity.
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The majority of laptop manufacturers who have always relied on Intel CPUs to power their creations should announce most of their new products on April 2nd. However, the sales embargo is expected to be lifted on April 15th. It is quite likely that the actual dates might move a little ahead owing to the ongoing global health crises.
Intel Launching Core i5 10300H, Core i7 10750H, And The Core i7 10875H Processors:
According to persistent reports, Intel is expected to launch its latest 10th Gen Core Series Mobility CPUs. These will include Core i5 10300H, Core i7 10750H, and the Core i7 10875H. Apparently, Intel is going to be dividing its existing mobility lineup into multiple new categories instead of the preexisting two:
- Intel Core i5 9300H will be replaced with the Intel Core i5 10300H processor.
- Intel Core i7 9750H will be replaced by two new SKUs: the Intel Core i7 10750H and the Intel Core i7 10875H. The Intel Core i7 10875H is an 8 core / 16 thread CPU.
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The earlier Intel flagship CPU, the Core i7 9750H, was only a 6 Core CPU. Realizing their limitations when faced with AMD Renoir Ryzen APUs manufactured on the latest 7nm Fabrication Process, Intel has taken pains to embed more Cores. Incidentally, Intel may not have officially confirmed yet, it is quite possible that the Core i7 10750H is a 6 core / 12 thread CPU while the Core i5 10300H will pack 4 Cores and 8 Threads.
Powerful NVIDIA’s SUPER Mobility Graphics Chips To Augment Intel 10th-Gen Mobility CPUs:
According to recent reports, the latest premium gaming laptops with 10th Gen Intel Mobility CPUs will work with NVIDIA SUPER Mobility GPUs. It seems NVIDIA has planned 6 new Mobility GPUs, and interestingly, these new powerful graphics chips will be launched at the same price points as their predecessors. Simply put, gamers will have better power performance in the same budget.
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NVIDIA SUPER Mobility GPUs will include the GeForce GTX 1650 4GB GDDR6, GeForce GTX 1650 Ti 4GB GDDR6, GeForce RTX 2060 6GB GDDR6, GeForce RTX 2070 8GB GDDR6 GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER 8GB GDDR6, and GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER 8GB GDDR6.It is indeed strange that Intel isn’t offering its hyped Xe Graphics chips for laptops. The company has been working hard to finetune the Xe DG1 GPU line. However, it is apparent that Intel wants to enter the desktop market, in addition to the research and development arena, before offering mobility chips. Meanwhile, NVIDIA has already reacted to the expected Intel’s entry in the dGPU market by lowering its performance per dollar asking price for GPUs.