Intel Launches Ice Lake Processors Based On 10nm Tech With Enhanced 2X GPU Performance
Intel Launches Ice Lake Processors Based On 10nm Tech With Enhanced 2X GPU Performance

The worlds most popular processor making brand Intel has finally launched its new Ice Lake processors which are based on 10nm technology. According to the company, the new Ice Lake CPUs have been included in 35 laptops and 2-in-1 devices for this year festive season.

The company has unveiled a total of 11 processors which falls under 10th Gen Intel Core. The naming scheme of these processors is like Intel Core i7-1060G7, Intel Core i5-1035G1, Intel Core i3-1000G4, etc.


More About Intel Ice Lake Processors?

Intel first came up with the 10nm Intel Ice Lake processors at CES 2019. The company said that the new CPUs will increase AI usage in laptops. The chipmaker has also claimed that these processors will give a better graphics performance by 2 times due to the inclusion of Iris Plus graphics in it, which is based on Gen11 GPU architecture.


You will be now able to enjoy gaming in 1080p, do 4k video editing, edit photos of high-resolution and much more.

These new processors are based on Sunny Cove microarchitecture, which enables them to offer an overall better performance, reduces latency and execute more programs simultaneously.

What about Intel’s Project Athena?

The company removed the cover from its Project Athena back at CES 2019. This project aims to design a processor for next-generation laptops which provides faster processing, a better battery life, supports 5G and artificial intelligence.

Intel also made a promise to bring Project Athena laptops to the market by the end of 2019. So, it can be considered that the 35 laptops might be based on the Athena Project.

The company said that the new processors will offer better connectivity with intel Wi-Fi 6(Gig+) and up to four Thunderbolt 3 ports. This will enable all the PC manufacturers to build a sleek and light-weight laptop without compromising on performance and other important aspects.

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