Dell Lists Specifications for Three Intel 10th Gen Ice Lake-U CPUs

Dell has listed the specifications for what appear to be the first Intel 10th-generation Ice Lake-U processors on a spec sheet for the company’s latest XPS 13 2-in-1 (7390) convertible Ultrabook.

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Ice Lake-U (ICL-U) processors are the low-power mobile chips from Intel’s Ice Lake family. These 15W parts, which are produced with the 10nm node, are slated to replace the current Cannon Lake-U (CNL-U) and Whiskey Lake-U (WHL-U) offerings currently on the market. It was rumored that Intel could possibly start using the 10000-series branding going forward. Although marketed as 10th-generation products, the Ice Lake-U chips seemingly continue to use the four-digit nomenclature with the addition of the “G” suffix, which allegedly denotes the presence of the Gen11 graphics engine.

Model Cores / Threads Base Clock / Boost Clock Lithography Architecture L3 Cache TDP
Core i7-1065 G7 4 / 8 ? / 3.9 GHz 10nm Ice Lake 8MB 15W
Core i7-8665U 4 / 8 1.9 GHz / 4.8 GHz 14nm Whiskey Lake 8MB 15W
Core i7-8565U 4 / 8 1.8 GHz / 4.6 GHz 14nm Whiskey Lake 8MB 15W
Core i5-1035 G1 4 / 8 ? / 3.7 GHz 10nm Ice Lake 6MB 15W
Core i5-8365U 4 / 8 1.6 GHz / 4.1 GHz 14nm Whiskey Lake 6MB 15W
Core i5-8265U 4 / 8 1.6 GHz / 3.9 GHz 14nm Whiskey Lake 6MB 15W
Core i3-1005 G1 2 / 4 ? / 3.4 GHz 10nm Ice Lake 4MB 15W
Core i3-8121U 2 / 4 2.2 GHz / 3.2 GHz 10nm Cannon Lake 4MB 15W
Core i3-8145U 2 / 4 2.1 GHz / 3.9 GHz 14nm Whiskey Lake 4MB 15W

*Data in the table is not confirmed.

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The Intel Core i7-1065 G7 and Core i5-1035 G1 are quad-core, eight-thread processors. The first comes with a 3.9 GHz boost clock while the latter clocks in with a 3.7 GHz boost clock. The Core i3-1005 G1, on the other hand, only has two cores and four threads. This particular SKU has a 3.4 GHz boost clock.

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