MADRID, 3 Jan. (Portaltic/EP) –
Intel has presented the new processors for portable devices leading the 13th generation Core H-series chip with up to 24 cores, and the new entry-level Processor N Series, which will power more than 50 educational PCs planned for this year.
The series of 13th generation Intel Core processors has been expanded this Tuesday with 32 new models belonging to the families for laptops, and new members of the desktop family, whose main exponent is the Intel Core i9-13980HX chip, presented this Tuesday within the framework of the CES 2023 fair.
The 13th generation Intel Core H-series It has been designed with gamers and content creators in mind, and includes support for DDR4 and DDR5 RAM memoryfor technology PCIe Gen 5and for connectivity WiFi6E, Bluetooth 5.2 and Thunderbolt 4.
The model Intel Core i9-13980HX leads the series, with up to 24 cores (eight for performance and 16 for efficiency), a turbo frequency of up to 5.6GHz, twelve threads and Intel Thread Director technology to optimize multitasking.
The P and U series 13th generation Intel Corefor their part, address the thinnest and lightest laptops. With them, the technology company offers up to 14 cores (six for performance and eight for efficiency) with Intel Thread Director technology, support for DDR5 and DDR4 memory and LP variants, WiFi 6E (Gig+) connectivity and support for up to four Thunderbolt ports. Four.
These processors support technologies such as Intel Connectivity Performance Suite, Intel Wi-Fi Proximity Sensing, and Intel Bluetooth LE Audio. In addition, some models will have the Intel Movidius visual processing unit.
THE N SERIES PROCESSOR ENTRY RANGE
Intel announced in September the withdrawal of the Pentium and Celeron brands for entry-level processors, which came to be included under the ‘Processor’ brand, whose development goes hand in hand with those of Core, Evo and vPro.
In this regard, Intel has announced the Processor N series and the Intel Core i3 modeldesigned for educational teams. The company has implemented a new microarchitecture (Gracemont) in it and followed a 7-nanometer process to improve application performance by 28 percent and graphics performance by 46 percent compared to the previous generation.
This processor supports up to 10 hours of HD video playbackWiFi 6E (Gig+) and Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity, as well as LPDDR5, DDR5/DDR4 RAM and UFS/SSD/eMMC storage.
Intel has confirmed that manufacturers such as Acer, Dell, HP, Lenovo and Asus have included this processor in new laptops that will hit the market this year, with ChromeOS and Windows systems, of which 50 computers are already expected.
Along with these processors, the company has launched this Tuesday 13th generation Intel Core desktop processors, following the release of the K series in September.
The new ones 35 and 65 watt models They focus on gaming performance, content creation, and productivity, and feature up to 24 cores, 32 threads, and a turbo speed of 5.6GHz. A larger L2 cache improves performance by 11 percent in single thread, or up to 34 percent in multithreading over the previous generation.
The new chips have support for 600 and 700 series motherboards and for DDR 5 and DDR4 RAM. They improve performance per watt with Intel Dynamic Tuning Technology.