Intel provides TVB acceleration technology for all 10th generation products!
A unique clock boost feature which was for top tier now comes to whole 10th gen lineup!
In April 2018, Intel released the 8th generation Core H series processor i.e. the i9 8950HK. The i9-8950HK supports Intel’s TVB acceleration technology i.e. Thermal Velocity Boost. The Chinese name for this is Temperature Adaptive Turbo Boost Technology. Now, Intel has made this technology available for the tenth-generation Core i7 processor.
As shown in the figure below, in addition to i9-10980HK the i7-10875H, i7-10850H and i7-10750H all support TVB acceleration technology.
We learned after checking Intel’s 2018 press release, the officials said that the Thermal Velocity Boost feature supports the Intel Core i9-8950HK and Intel Xeon processor E-2186M, which is designed to improve the performance of multi-threaded and single-threaded workloads. The maximum core frequency can be achieved when the processor temperature is 50° C or lower and there is room for Turbo power. The frequency may decrease as the processor temperature increases.
Now, in a press release for Intel’s 10th-generation H-series Core processors, Intel stated that all 10th-generation mobile versions of Intel Core i7, Intel Core i9 and Intel Xeon processors support Intel Thermal Velocity Boost (Intel TVB). When the processor temperature is equal to or lower than 65 degrees, and there is Turbo frequency power space, this feature can automatically increase the clock frequency by 200 MHz.
So this feature should give a much-needed performance boost of Intel’s new 10th generation chips! So guys, are you excited about the same? Do let us know in the comments section below. Also feel free to subscribe to our newsletter and I2R push notifications for more timely tech leaks, news and updates!
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