Intel is shaking the market with its new notebooks. New processors with 6 physical CPUs that can go to incredible speeds like 4.8 GHz will forget about the bad reputation that the laptop computer is “slower”.

Intel entered a difficult phase due to an open break in its processors towards the end of 2017. The company, which has had to publish an update that reduces the performance of many processors, seems to have left this process behind. Intel is currently working on laptop computer chips that will rival the performance of the desktop computer, and the company may have finally managed to take steps in this regard. With a total of 6 physical, 6 logical, 12-core i9s aimed at the top of the line, Intel was able to achieve high performance on a laptop thanks to processors capable of up to 4.8 GHz.

The new Intel i9 8950HK processor, which can reach speeds that we can not see without overclocking even on desktop PCs like 4.8 GHz in case the processor temperature is appropriate (53 degrees), can process up to 29 percent more than the fastest laptop computers in the market.

4K Video Editing

Intel also shortens the 4K video editing time with these processors. The i9-8950HK, which makes 4K quality video editing at 59 percent faster than the i7-7820HK, one of the most powerful processors in the market, has already attracted users with this overclocking capability.

On behalf of users who love to do overclocking, Intel has clearly presented the multiplier lock needed to overclock this processor. The Coffe Lake processor, manufactured with 14 nm technology, can be a robust overclocking processor if you wish. Overclockable at 5 GHz and above, the processor is expected to take its place in high-end laptop computers in the upcoming period.

Intel Mobile Chips

Naturally, not everyone will be able to pay for the I9. At this point, again successful new laptops enter the circuit. With Intel’s new Core i3 / Core i5 / Core i7 series, you can reach the new chipset that is right for you on the market.

Intel is making innovations not just in the processor area this year, but in the whole chip set. The next-generation processors with Intel 802.11ac wireless network perform twice as well as the previous generation. This speed, theoretically, means 1 gigabit data transfer at the moment.

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