Intel Core i7-10750H Laptop Processor (Review & Specifications)

Intel Core i7-10750H is a high-performance Comet Lake H series laptop processor launched in the second quarter of 2020. It features six cores and 12 threads running at a base frequency of 2.6 GHz that can turbo boost up to 5.0GHz for a single core, but when all 6 cores are running at maximum speed, the maximum turbo will be 4.3 GHz (excluding other limitations).

Many people believe this processor is a direct competitor to the Ryzen 7 4800H but since it’s a Comet Lake processor, it has Intel’s 14nm process node which is much older than AMD’s Ryzen processors that are manufactured using the 7 nm TSMC process node. So, we can expect that this CPU will be significantly slower than the Ryzen 7 4800H for single-threaded performance as well as multi-threaded performance as demonstrated by benchmarks such as Cinebench R23 and Geekbench 5. However, the Core i7-10750H feature certain key advantages over the Ryzen 7 4800H which makes it quite desirable. These include; the 4MB larger L3 cache size, it consumes 17% less energy than the Ryzen 7 4800H, and it has a 19% higher turbo boost frequency (5.0 GHz against 4.2GHz).

While the default TDP of the Core i7-10750H is set at 45W, the actual power consumption will be significantly higher than 45W during gaming or when performing demanding or heavy workloads, however, an efficient cooling system would be necessary. The user can also choose to set the TDP a low as 35W depending on their preference.

Additionally, the Core i7-10750H is compatible with 128GB of DDR4-2933 RAM that has a maximum memory bandwidth of 45.8 GB/s when single-channel mode is enabled with two DIMMs. It integrates Intel UHD Graphics 630 clocked between 350 – 1150MHz. The graphics also support a maximum resolution of 4096 x 2304@60Hz and its audio system has HD audio support with 2 independent channels. It is also compatible with the Intel CNVi standard via the iGPU controller which enables wireless display and content streaming.

Other features include PCI Express 3.0, and support for x16 connections when using USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type C ports. Unlike Core i7-10850H, the Core i7-10750H lacks management features like vPro and TXT support.

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