Updated mobile Intel series processors U, and Y

Intel обновила мобильные процессоры серий U и Y

Intel presented a new family of mobile processors Whiskey Lake and Amber Lake. They are thrift, in terms of energy use: Amber Lake belongs to the Y series with a power consumption up to 5W, and Whiskey Lake to the class U with a TDP of 15 watts.

Six new processors belong to the line of Kaby Lake Refresh of the eighth generation. Changes compared to the predecessors minor: process technology remained at the level of 14 nm, the base frequency is preserved, but increased speed in Turbo Boost mode.

Processor (Whiskey Lake) Base frequency Frequency in Turbo Boost mode Cores/threads
Core i7-8565U 1,8 4,6 4/8
Core i5-8265U 1,6 3,9 4/8
Core i3-8145U 2,1 3,9 2/4
Processor (Amber Lake) Base frequency
Frequency in Turbo Boost mode
Cores/threads
Core i7-8500Y 1,5 4,2 2/4
Core i5-8200Y 1,3 3,9 2/4
Core m3-8100Y 1,1 3,4 2/4

The product appeared Gigabit LAN Wi-Fi 802.11 ac with antenna 2×2 or 160 MHz channels capable of providing speed up to 1.73 GB/s. there is support for USB 3.1 Gen2 and dedicated digital signal processor for sound processing. Platform Whiskey Lake promises a battery life from a single charge up to 16-19 hours when performing standard tasks, and a 12-fold increase in the speed of the wireless connection.

New tablets and laptops based on Intel Whiskey Lake-U Lake and Amber-Y must represent this week in sale the device will arrive in September.

Source:
Intel Newsroom

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