Differences in 3 Types of Intel Core i7 Processors

Intel Core i7 9750H, Intel Core i7 10510U, and Intel Core i7 1065G7 are the Intel Core i7 processor lineup that are most often found on the market today, of course, these three processors also have their own focus and target users. For an example of performance in this content, we use the example on the HP brand. Before going any further, let’s start with the specifications first

Specification

Naming

These three processors have different names. Intel Core i7 9750H is called Coffee-lake, Intel Core i7 10510U is called Comet-lake, while the last one, Intel Core i7-1065G7 is called Ice-lake. Coffee-lake is the name for the 9th generation of Intel processors, while Comet-lake and Ice-lake are the names given to the 10th generation. Although both are the 10th generation, Comet-lake and Ice-lake have differences in IGP, base clockspeed , turbo boost speed, and its fabrication technology.

Power Consumption

Although both are Core i7, these three processors have different power consumption. On the i7 9750H, the TDP is 45W. Whereas on both 10th generation Intel processors, the TDP is 15W. To test how long these three processors can operate a laptop without a charger, we simulated it using PCMark 8 Home Conventional with Power Saving mode on, WiFi and backlit keyboard turned off and brightness set to the lowest.

The result is in accordance with the resulting TDP. The i7 9750H with a TDP of 45W can run the laptop in less time than the i7 10510U and 1065G7. Both 10th … Read More

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