Intel And NVIDIA Reportedly Gearing Up To Launch SUPER Mobile And Comet Lake-H Early Next Month

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Intel is looking to launch its range of 10th Gen Core-H Comet Lake-H notebook CPUs on April 2nd if a report on the Chinese website ITHOME is anything to go by. In tandem, the outlet suggests NVIDIA will follow suit and launch the mobile GeForce SUPER series GPUs on the same day.

Manufacturers are seemingly preparing to announce a range of new laptops with both products from Intel and NVIDIA in early April, with a planned on-sale date of April 15th. In particular, laptop manufacturer Mechrevo will host a press briefing on April 2nd to lift the curtain on a new line of Z3 gaming laptops featuring the new laptop GPUs from NVIDIA.

Mobile GeForce Super GPUs aren’t exactly news thanks to a slew of rumors over the past six months and as recently as earlier this month. From what we know, NVIDIA is planning to launch five new mobile GPUs – RTX 2080 SUPER, RTX 2070 SUPER, RTX 2060 SUPER, GTX 1660 SUPER, and GTX 1650 SUPER.

On Intel’s side, the mobile Comet Lake-H chips are expected to come in seven different models. Benchmarks and rumors suggest they’ll have the following specs, but we’ve yet to get official confirmation from Intel.

The Core i910980HK will have eight cores, 16 threads, 2.4 GHz base clock, and 45 W TDP. The Core i9-10880H will have eight cores, 16 threads, 2.3 GHz base clock speed, 5.0 GHz boost, and 45 W TDP.

The Core i7-10875H will have eight cores, 16 threads, 2.1 GHz base, 4.5 GHz boost, and 45 W TDP. The Core i7-10850H will have six cores, 12 threads, 2.7 GHz base, and 45 W TDP. The Core i7- 10750H will have six cores, 12 threads, 2.6 GHz base, 4.7 GHz boost, and 45 W TDP.

The Core i5-10400H will have four cores, eight threads, 2.6 GHz base, and 45 W TDP. Finally, the Core i5-10300H will have four cores, eight threads, 2.5 GHz base, 4.3 GHz boost, and 45 W TDP.

With April 2nd just around the corner, we shouldn’t have long to wait to find out more about Intel and NVIDIA’s mobile plans.

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