Intel Core i7-10750H

10th Gen Core i7
10th Gen Core i7

The Intel Core i7-10750H is a fast processor for regular and gaming laptops equipped with six cores built on the Comet Lake architecture launch in the 2nd quarter of 2020. The SoC has a base clock speed of  2.6 GHz and a maximum turbo frequency of 5 GHz. This Core i7 SoC is manufactured in the old 14-nanometer (nm) process. Compared to the ancestor which is the Core i7-9750H, the i7-10750H presents only improved clock frequency. Moreover, the memory controller has now supported faster DDR4-2933 RAM modules. 

The Core i7-10750H’s performance should be marginally better than the older SoC Core i7-9750H. Because of the six (6) computing cores and relatively high Turbo frequency, even demanding applications must run acceptably on the CPU. Nevertheless, the CPU performance is still dependent on the computer’s cooling system and system configuration.

The Core i7-10750H SoC has an integrated GPU called Intel UHD Graphics 630 that offers comparable performance as the Intel UHD 630 iGPU in the older Core i7-9750H. With this, the SoC will only render current games smoothly at a trim down details.

Intel indicates the Thermal Design Power (TDP) of this SoC as 45 watts and consequently, this Core i7 is suitable for big laptops with a good cooling design. The TDP can be configured down (TDP-down) to 35 watts.  Configurable TDP-down is a processor operation approach where the processor behavior and performance are changed by reducing TDP and the processor frequency to fixed points. The use of Configurable TDP-down is normally implemented by the system manufacturer to enhance power and performance. Configurable TDP-down is the average power, which is in watts, that the processor disperses when functioning at the Configurable TDP-down frequency under an Intel-defined, high-complexity load.

The Core i7-10750H SoC has a CPU Mark of 12655. This SoC is used in Acer Predator PH315-53, Dell XPS 15 9500, among others.

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