Intel’s first 10nm Ice Lake processors are designed specifically for ultraportable computers designed for U-series chips. The developers promise a significant increase in data processing speed, which should bring laptops closer to mid-range desktop computers in performance. The tenth generation of Intel processors will be made in versions of Core i3, i5 and i7. The 10th generation Intel processors are based on Sunny Cove architecture, which allows the use of up to 4 cores, and will be able to overclock the maximum clock frequency to 4.1 GHz. At the same time, the processor of the 8th generation Core i7-8565U has a frequency of up to 4.6 GHz. However, the Sunny Cove architecture for the new processors will provide more tasks at the same frequency with the chips of the previous series. Detailed technical specifications have not yet been presented, however, the developers assure that the new processors will significantly increase performance, including by increasing the cache L1 and L2. Also declared support for faster memory LPDDR4X-3733 and DDR4-3200 with a bandwidth of about 60 GB / s. Intel also introduced an integrated graphics card Iris Plus, which allows you to run games in 1080p resolution. The 11th generation graphics chips have 64 execution units and an operating frequency of 1.1 GHz. Previous Intel UHD 620 graphics chips had only 24 execution units. When testing the game Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, the new chip demonstrated the ability to produce over 70 frames per second. Also, outside of games, the Iris Plus processor supports the VESA synchronization standard, which reduces the gaps between frames, and 8K-video can be viewed at 30 frames per second. Ice Lake processors have an Intel Wi-Fi 6 (Gig +) wireless network adapter with support for data transfer rates up to 1 Gb / s and Thunderbolt 3 interface. It is planned to install new processors on laptops that will be released this fall.