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The 8 Hottest Intel Processors Of 2020

In 2020, Intel continued to push the envelope for clock speeds, AI features, IoT capabilities and new ways of making computer chips.

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Processors For Laptops, Desktops, Servers And More

In the face of heated competition from AMD and companies making Arm-based processors, Intel brought out new processors in 2020 that pushed clock speeds to new highs while also introducing new AI features, IoT capabilities and new ways of making processors.

The Santa Clara, Calif.-based company’s new processors this year ranged from the new Lakefield hybrid processors for foldable and dual-screen PCs and 11th-generation Core Tiger Lake processors for ultra-thin laptops to the 10th-generation Core S-series for desktops and third-generation Xeon Scalable lineup for AI and big data workloads in servers.

[Related: How AMD CEO Lisa Su Plans To Keep The Pressure On Intel, Nvidia ]

On the client computing side, Intel brought new updates to everything from the Core i3 and Core i5 to the Core i7 and Core i9 as AMD’s Ryzen lineup continued to gain momentum in the market. For servers and workstations, Intel refreshed it Xeon Platinum, Gold and Silver offerings as well as its Xeon W chips.

What follows are the eight hottest Intel processors of 2020.

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