Intel announced that its 9th generation mobile Core processor (H series) would be released soon. The announcement was made at Game Developers Conference in San Francisco.
The General manager of premium and gaming notebook segments at Intel, Frederik Hemberger promised to release the processor very soon, in the second quarter of the year.
Compared to previous CPU generations, the new processor includes a variety of exciting new features, especially for game lovers.
But what are the gaming features that Intel promises to bring in this new chip? Any guesses? No? Then keep reading to learn more.
Intel’s 9th-gen CPU is fully optimized for game streaming
Intel’s sources claimed that this new processor would provide a “more rounded experience for gamers”. It offers an optimum environment for gaming and streaming.
Not only this, but it would also be able to operate triple -A (AAA) titles with the option of recording and streaming on Youtube and Twitch.
But the list of new features does not end here.
This latest chip by the Intel supports 34 percent faster video editing compared to previous generations. The CPU is designed to provide more frames per second for the modern games than the last generation CPUs.
Above all, it also alleviates the anxiety of game lagging so that all the functions may operate very smoothly at the same time without any gaps and lags.
This new processor also works to provide an optimum and creative environment to creators.
Key features include:
- Long battery life
- High performance
- High-speed Wi-Fi technology Gig+ or 6AX200
- High responsiveness (the new CPU completes tasks within a shorter time limit with higher accuracy).
All these features make it more demanding and desirable among gamers and creators. However, further features will be revealed in the coming months.
Intel 9th-Gen processor release date
The exact date of Intel’s 9th-gen processors release is still a mystery and yet to be announced by the company. However, we expected the new CPU to be released in July 2019.
Intel‘s 9th-gen mobile Core processor is based on the older 14nm Coffee Lake architecture. As the previous 8th generation H series CPUs consist of 6 cores, so it is expected that the 9th -gen processor may contain 8 cores.
But these are merely assumptions and and the release date, the exact specs and details would be announced by the company later on.
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