Intel Core i7-10810U is a low-power processor with a Comet Lake architecture launched in the second quarter of 2020 alongside Intel Core i7-10610U. The processor is designed using Intel’s 14nm++ process node with six cores and 12 threads (because of hyper-threading support) along with 12MB of Intel smart L3 cache. The cores run at a base frequency of 1.1GHz which can turbo boost to a maximum clock speed of 4.9GHz. The TDP is set at 25W when the cores are operating at a frequency of 1.6GHz. This TDP can, however, be configured as low as 12.5W when the cores are operating at a clock frequency of 800MHz.
This processor also supports an integrated UHD Graphics 620 with 24 execution units which is still similar to the integrated graphics card in the previous generations for CPUs. The graphics is clocked at a base frequency of 300MHz which can turbo boost to up to 1.15GHz. The processing graphics have access to a maximum of 32GB of physical memory and can support a maximum 4K resolution of 4096 x 2304 at 60Hz display setting for DP and eDP — and 4096 x 2304 at 24Hz for HDMI.
Other notable features of the Intel Core i7-10610U are its support for both the dual DDR4-2666 memory modules as well as LPDDR3-2133, LPDDR4-2933 memory modules, along with PCIe 3.0 with a maximum number of 16 lanes (which comes with different PCIe configurations/lanes). The maximum memory bandwidth for this CPU is 45.8 GB/s with a maximum memory capacity of 64GB.
The Core i7-10810U has a similar CPU design and specifications as Core i7-10710U with the only exception being the former has a 4% higher turbo boost frequency (4.8GHz vs. 4.7GHz). Additionally, the 10810U is newer having been released 8 months after 10710U. It also features vPro and has a 4.14 GB/s higher theoretical memory bandwidth. All these count as some of the key advantages 10810U has over 10710U. However, according to PassMark benchmark results, Core i7-10710U scores 10.37% higher in multithreaded tasks and 3.08% higher than Intel Core i7-10810U in single-core performance. Core i7-10810U only beats the 10710U in power efficiency.