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Intel mobile Core i9 features Thermal Velocity Boost

Posted on Tuesday, April 03 2018 @ 13:03:25 CEST by


One of the new features of the Intel Core i9 laptop processors is Intel Thermal Velocity Boost.

The Core i9-8950HK is the first mobile Core i9, it's a six-core, twelve-threaded processor with a 45W TDP, a 2.9GHz base clock and 12MB cache. The multiplier is unlocked and the chip has a 4.6GHz Boost. The new Thermal Velocity Boost enables the 8950HK to hit a single-core frequency of 4.8GHz, as long as the chip's temperature stays below 53°C. Under multi-core loads, the maximum Thermal Velocity Boost is 4.7GHz.

Basically, the new feature encourages laptop makers to beef up the cooling.

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