Intel 10th Generation Processors Leaked with Gen 11 Graphics

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It seems like a lot is happening at Intel as the news just doesn’t stop. The leaks pertaining to the roadmap pointed to Intel sticking with 14nm processors for the time being. This was not a good sign as many had expected Intel to actually move to at least 10nm if they wanted to have any chance of competing with AMD for the future generations. The company has also recently pulled out of the 5G after Apple’s settlement with Qualcomm. This lead to a pretty significant decrease in the company’s stock values. Well, just a week after the roadmap leak, we have new details for the future of Intel Processors. This time, the leaks are for the 10th Generation Intel Core Processors for notebook platforms as reported by wccftech.

Adding on to the details of the last leaks, these reveal the naming schemes for each variant of these processors. According to the roadmap leak last week, the 14nm Comet Lake-U processors and the 10nm Ice Lake-U processors are supposed to be launched during a similar window. The Ice Lake-U processors would start with a limited release in June 2019. On the other hand, the 14nm Comet Lake-U processors would come around fall of this year, separating it from the Ice Lake processor by mere months.  So, both the processors, as expected, would have many Core i7, Core i5 and Core i3 models keeping them in line with current naming conventions. However, there is one slight difference. The nomenclature of the CPU now aligns with the 10th Generation branding. Here are some of the names revealed in the leaks for both Ice Lake-U and Comet Lake-U:

10th Generation Intel Ice Lake-U Processors

  • Core i7-1065G7
  • Core i5-1035G7
  • Core i5-1035G4
  • Core i5-1035G1
  • Core i5-1034G1
  • Core i3-1005G1

10th Generation Intel Comet Lake-U Processors

  • Core i7-10710U
  • Core i7-10510U
  • Core i5-10210U
  • Core i3-10110U

One thing we need to keep in mind about these names is that this might not be the full line-up of the upcoming processors. Intel might release more SKUs than just the ones we’ve named. However, we only have the details for these right now.

Intel Gen 11


Ice Lake

Let’s begin with the Ice Lake processors which have a minimum of six variants coming. The top of the line model here is the Core i7-1065G7 which would consist of 4 cores with base clocks of 1.3 GHz boosted up to 3.9 GHz (1 core), 3.8 GHz (2 cores) and, 3.5 GHz (4 cores). There is one peculiar and interesting thing worth noting here though. The flagship 1065G7 i7 processor is said to be based on the new 10nm process. It also pairs that with support for DDR4-3200 memory and 11th Generation graphics with 64 EUs and support for AVX-512. The chip will still be very power efficient even after packing this much power as it will have a mere 15W TDP. The G alongside the name represents the fact that this is the first Intel processor that includes the 11th Generation graphics with it.

Apart from the Core i7, the Core i5 variants also come in the form of a quad-core processor. The base clocks for these are pretty modest ranging between 900 MHz and 1.2 Ghz. The boost clocks, however are a little higher going up to 3.7 GHz for different variants. As far as the Core i3 is concerned, there is only one of them in the family revealed so far, the i3-1005G1. It as a base clock of 1.2 GHz with boosts going up to a respectable 3.4 GHz. The good news, however, is that all of these processors come with 11th Generation intel GPUs. Consequently, these processors will come with 32, 48 or 64 EU graphics chips depending on the variant and the configuration. Here’s a neat table that sums it all up for you.

CPU Name Cores / Threads Base Clock Boost Clock (Single Core) Boost Clock (All Cores) Graphics TDP
Intel Core i7-1065G7 4/8 1.3 GHz 3.9 GHz 3.5 GHz Gen 11 (64 EUs) 15W
Intel Core i5-1035G7 4/8 1.2 GHz 3.7 GHz 3.3 GHz Gen 11 (64 EUs) 15W
Intel Core i5-1035G4 4/8 1.1 GHz 3.7 GHz 3.3 GHz Gen 11 (48 EUs) 15W
Intel Core i5-1035G1 4/8 1.0 GHz 3.6 GHz 3.3 GHz Gen 11 (32 EUs) 15W
Intel Core i5-1034G1 4/8 0.8 GHz 3.6 GHz 3.3 GHz Gen 11 (32 EUs) 15W
Intel Core i3-1005G1 2/4 1.2 GHz 3.4 GHz 3.4 GHz Gen 11 (32 EUs) 15W
Intel 10th gen

Comet Lake

On the Comet Lake side of things, it seems like Intel is still committed to making 14nm processors work in this day and age. These processors come in 4 main variants for now but more might be revealed later. The top of the line model for Comet Lake is the Core i7-10710U which is a hexa-core processor. This has a base clock of 1.1 GHz with boost speeds going up to a whopping 4.6 GHz (1 core), 4.1 GHz (4 cores) and, 3.8 GHz (6 cores). On the other hand, the remaining Core i5 and Core i7 variants are quad-core processors. However, these have slightly higher frequencies going up to 4.9 GHz because of the fact that they are based on a 15W TDP. The final core i3-10110U is a measly dual-core processor with higher 2.1 GHz base clocks that boost up to 4.1 GHz.

CPU Name Cores / Threads Base Clock Boost Clock (Single Core) Boost Clock (All Cores) Graphics TDP
Intel Core i7-10710U 6/12 1.1 GHz 4.6 GHz 3.8 GHz Gen 9.5 (24 EUs) 15W
Intel Core i7-10510U 4/8 1.8 GHz 4.9 GHz 4.3 GHz Gen 9.5 (24 EUs) 15W
Intel Core i5-10210U 4/8 1.6 GHz 4.2 GHz 3.9 GHz Gen 9.5 (24 EUs) 15W
Intel Core i3-10110U 2/4 2.1 GHz 4.1 GHz 3.7 GHz Gen 9.5 (24 EUs) 15W


As far as support is concerned, the Comet Lake-U processors are using the 14nm++ intel architecture with support for DDR4-2400 and AVX. These also run at a 15W TDP making them efficient enough by current standards. These will be paired with Gen 9.5 graphics though with 24 EUs. However, the details are still coming out and it seems like Intel is ramping up to an eventful 2019. We expect some further news and announcements from Intel at Computex 2019 next month.

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