If you've ever wondered what Intel will do when you run out of digits in your current processor system, then you can breathe a sigh of relief. Here are the names of the first processors of the next tenth generation Core. They turned out to be very … predictable.
The Intel Core i5-10210U has appeared in the UL Benchmarks database. According to diagnostic reading it offers four cores, eight fibers and clocking in the range of 1.6 – 3.8 GHz and also an integrated graphics system. Known for various leaks, "Apisak" adds that it's definitely a chip from the Ice Lake-U family, made in 10 nm technology.
And when we look at the system nomenclature, the producer proved to be surprisingly little creative. The ninth generation is replaced by the tenth generation, and the marks increase to five digits.
Japanese blogger Komachi Ensaka also confirmed three more models from the new series: i3-10110U, i5-10510U and i7-10710U. Their exact specifications are unknown, but they will all make their debut on the market before the end of 2019 and will be the first Ice Lake-U processors.