Intel Unveils Alder Lake HX Chips for Mobile Workstations

Intel Unveils Alder Lake HX Chips for Mobile Workstations

Intel has announced the release of its new 12th Generation HX processors for mobile workstations, which will also serve as gaming laptops.

The HX range includes two Core i9s, three Core i7s, and two Core i5s, each with a base power of 55 watts and a maximum turbo power of 157 watts. Intel stated that the design of the series is optimised for laptops and is based on its desktop Alder Lake CPUs. 

As explained by Intel, the difference between the HX and the HK and H-series is the ability to manage massive data and move it swiftly within and out of the system utilising Thunderbolt 4.

Read More: https://www.zdnet.com/article/intel-releases-alder-lake-hx-chips-for-mobile-workstations-and-gamers/

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