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Intel in a press note today announced that it is working on bringing its highest performance 8th generation Core i9 processors in the laptops. The new generation processors will be providing high level and ultimate gaming experience for customers.

The new 8th generation Core i9, Core i7 and Core i5 processors are designed to help boost the performance of the games by providing 41 percent frames per second along with video editing of 4k videos at 59 percent faster rate.

The company along with its 8th Gen Core processors will also be bringing the new Intel Core platform extension along with the Intel Optane memory system accelerator to deliver great performance. The new generation processors are made keeping in mind to provide performance boost for SATA based storage devices.

The 8th Gen Intel Core processor is built keeping in mind the mobile computing community to provide higher performance. Intel latest processor is expected to be the best chip ever built and is also the first mobile processor which will be having 6 cores and 12 threads.

Intel also announced that it will be providing the laptop manufacturers with Intel Core i9+, i7+ and i5+ badges for some selected units by informing customers that they would be buying the company’s high performance mobile processors.

Intel also announced that its Core i7 – 8259U, i5-8269U, and i7-8559U  will be quad core processors with eight threads but will be coming with Iris Plus graphics instead of the UHD Graphics 620.

“As the PC gaming industry rapidly grows, Intel has seen increasing demand for incredibly fast laptops that can provide desktop-like performance for an immersive and responsive experience, including the ability to stream and record without compromising gameplay while still enabling portability,” said Intel in the press release.

Intel also announced the new T-series chips which the company describes as ‘power-optimised lifestyle’ since they come in 35W instead of 65W. The company also announced that new laptops with Intel’s 8th Gen Core i9, i7 and i5 chips will be coming later this year.

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