Right after unveiling the souped up Core i9-9900KS processor, Intel has officially announced the next generation of Intel Core processors at Computex 2019. Previously codenamed Ice Lake, the 10th Generation Core mobile processors are built on the 10nm process, based on the Sunny Cove architecture.
In the 10th Generation Core mobile processors, you will find the new Intel Iris Plus graphics engine that’s based on Intel’s 11th generation graphics architecture. Intel is so confident in Iris Plus that it’s claiming that Iris Plus will lets users play many of today’s games in 1080p, with having twice the framerate as before.
Apparently, the 10th Generation Core mobile processors are designed with AI performance as the emphasis. Featuring Intel’s very own Deep Learning Boost, these chips have implemented the Gaussian Neural Accelerator to better handle AI tasks.
The Intel 10th Generation Core mobile processors comes in two series – 9W Y-series and the 15W U-series. Intel has also went on to mention that there will be a total of 11 different 10th Generation chips, but did not furnish any specifications or even the names of these models.
Lastly, Intel has already started shipping these 10th Generation Core processors to partners, so we should be able to see systems equipped with them by the end of 2019.