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From the initial published overall specifications, Ice Lake's 10th generation Core includes i3, i5, i7 three series, thermal design power consumption includes 9W, 15W, 28W three, of which9W is the Y series ultra low power version, and can be adjusted up to 12W, much higher than the current 4.5-7W, 15W is the U series low power version, can be opened to 25WThe 28W is still unclear, and there are only a handful of customized versions.
In other respects, up to 4 cores and 8 threads, 8MB of L3 cache, frequency up to 4.1GHz, core graphics card is divided into Iris Plus (48/64 units), UHD (32 units), memory support dual channel DDR4-3200 (U Series), LPDDR4/X-3733.
Although Intel did not give the model specifications, some OEM notebooks displayed in the field revealed the secrets, giving three models and some parameters of the U series:
CoolRui i7-1065G7: 4 core 8 threads, reference frequency 1.3GHz, Turbo frequency acceleration up to 3.9GHz.
Core i5-1035G1: 4 core 8 threads, acceleration frequency 3.7GHz.
Core i3-1005G1: 2 core 4 threads, acceleration frequency 3.4GHz.
These are exactly the same as the previous exposures (but at the time the Comet Lake-G series), and the beginning of 10 represents the tenth generation. It seems that the reference frequencies of 1035G1 and 1005G1 should be 1.2GHz, and there are alsoCore i5-1035G4 1.2-3.7GHz, i5-1035G1 1.0-3.6GHz, i5-1034G1 0.8-3.6GHz, are 4 core 8 threads.
These models have a thermal design power consumption of 15W and are part of the U Series.
Just like this, five digits plus one letter, it is even harder to remember the specific model and even the specifications.
The previous exposure also has five models that are also the same as the 10th generation Core, and the thermal design power is also 15W, but the U end model includes6 core 12 thread Core i7-10710U, 4 core 8 thread Core i7-10510U, Core i5-10210U, 2 core 4 thread Core i3-10110UThe acceleration frequency is also much higher, up to 4.9GHz, but it is not clear what positioning they are, should it be the 28W version?