Recently, Intel has accidentally posted a specification list of its upcoming 9th Gen H-series CPUs which displays all its characteristics. However, after some time this post has been removed but as you know if anything once published on the web, it remains here.
Intel ‘H’ suffix indicates High-Performance graphics which are usually made for Mobile platforms. But looking at the specifications of these CPUs, it doesn’t indicate that these chipsets are made for Mobile.
According to the listing, Intel Core i9-9980HK processor has 8 Cores with 16 threads and has a great boost clock speed of 5GHz. While on the other side, the non-overclockable i9-9880H processor has the same core and thread count but with a bit reduced clock speed of 4.80GHz.
In the same listing, you can also find, Intel 7th Gen and 5th Gen CPUs. You can find i7-9850H and i7-9750H processors with 4 cores and 8 threads counts. There boost clock speed are 4.3GHz and 4.1GHz respectively.
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