Intel just released an official document that displays their yet to be released 9th Gen Core H-Series CPUs. The “H” suffix means High-Performance graphics and these are Mobile processors equipped in laptops and portable workstations.
The new processors will be featuring the same 14nm++ node as used by the desktop variants while offering higher cores and clock speeds to those who demand the best gaming performance on mobility platforms. Intel just released an official document that displays their yet to be released 9th Gen Core H-Series CPUs. The “H” suffix means High-Performance graphics and these are Mobile processors equipped in laptops and portable workstations.
The new processors will be featuring the same 14nm++ node as used by the desktop variants while offering higher cores and clock speeds to those who demand the best gaming performance on mobility platforms.

Intel just released an official document that displays their yet to be released 9th Gen Core H-Series CPUs. The “H” suffix means High-Performance graphics and these are Mobile processors equipped in laptops and portable workstations.
The new processors will be featuring the same 14nm++ node as used by the desktop variants while offering higher cores and clock speeds to those who demand the best gaming performance on mobility platforms.

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The mobile CPUs newly listed are the eight-core Core i9-9980HK processor with unlocked multiplier, the eight-core Core i9-9880H, the eight-core Core i7-9850H, the eight-core Core i7-9750H, the quad-core Core i5-9400H, and the quad-core Core i5-9300H. All of them are aimed at high-performance laptops for gamers and professionals and, according to Intel, will be launched in the second quarter. Since the new processors belong to Intel’s 9th Gen Core family are designed to feature hardware mitigations against specific Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities. Meanwhile, a quick look at the basic specs that Intel published as well as their CTP numbers can shed some light on general specifications of the upcoming 9th Gen Core H-series mobile processors.

intel 9th gen cpuThe official list also contains information for upcoming “KF” parts which will have the integrated GPU disabled. These include the Core i9-9900KF, Core i7-9700KF, Core i5-9600KF, Core i5-9400F, Core i3-9350KF. The main difference between these parts would be that they will have the iGPU disabled while rest of the specs, including the unlocked multiplier functionality, would be kept enabled for end users on the said “KF” parts.

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