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Intel Core i7-10875H (8 Core, 10th gen) laptops – the complete list

By Andrei Girbea - @ andreigirbea , last updated on August 26, 2020

Up until the Spring of 2020, Intel-based Core i9 configurations were the only 8-Core available hardware platforms you could get on a performance laptop. However, i9 configurations were only available in premium notebooks and came with a hefty price-tag. Not anymore though.

With the latest hardware updates, 8-Core/16-Thread processors are available in mid-tier products and for much more affordable budgets, both on AMD (Ryzen 7 4800H/ 9 4900H and their HS versions) and on Intel platforms (Core i7-10875H). We’ve covered the AMD options in separate articles, and this one focuses on the available Intel i7-10875H notebooks you can find in stores, as more affordable alternatives for the i9-10880H and 10980HK models of the same generation.

For starters, I’m just going to list a specs sheet of this 8-Core i7 next to the mainstream i7-10750H 6-Core alternative, as well as next to the i9-10980HK higher-tier alternatives in the same Comet Lake platform.

Further, we’ll quickly discuss on the overall value of these i7-10875H configurations, who should benefit from them and whether they’re the right choice for you, and finally, we’ll jump to the complete list of notebooks you can get with i7-10875H hardware right now.

i7-10875H (Ark) i7-10750H (Ark) i7-9750H (Ark) i9-10980HK (Ark)
Lithography 14+++ nm 14+++ nm 14+++ nm 14+++ nm
TDP 35-45W 35-45W 35-45W 45-65W
Cores/Threads 8/16 6/12 6/12 8/16
CPU Base Frequency 2.3 GHz 2.6 GHz 2.6 GHz 2.4 GHz
Turbo – All Cores 4.0 GHz
Turbo – 1 Core 4.9 GHz 5.0 GHz 4.5 GHz 5.3 GHz
L3 Cache 16 MB 12 MB 12 MB 16 MB
Memory
DDR4 2933 MHz DDR4 2933 Mhz DDR4 2933 Mhz DDR4 2933 Mhz
Price $450 $395 $395 $583

Intel 10th-gen Core H hardware

Compared to the 10750H, the 10875H gets 33% extra Cores and Threads, as well as 33% more L3 Cache memory. At the same time, it runs at lower Base and Max-Turbo clock speeds and is $55 more expensive.

That means the 10875H will show its strength in multi-threaded CPU loads that can utilize these extra resources, such as rendering, programing or engineering software, virtual-machines, big data crunching, and the likes. At the same time, this will hardly make a difference in most modern games, which mostly benefit from higher clocks and a powerful GPU, and cannot properly scale over 8-Cores in most cases.

However, It’s extremely important to keep in mind that the platform’s performance is greatly dependent on the thermal module and power allocation in each implementation. That means not all i7-10875H are the same, even if they might seem so on paper, and only in-depth reviews can tell you how well (or poorly) each model performs and whether the 8Core platform makes sense in that chassis or not.

At the other end, the i9-10980HK is an unlocked and overclockable processor, with higher Base and Turbo clock speeds than the 10875H, but a higher price as well. 10980HK builds are even greatly dependent on the thermal design, due to their increased potential TDP limits, required to reach those high clocks in continuous demanding loads. Nonetheless, we’re treating the i9s in a separate article, both the 10980HK and the i9-10880H, so we’ll just move on for now.

As far as benchmarks go, based on the very limited details available so far, the 10750H is about on par with the 9750H and 10875H in single-core loads, and roughly 3-5% faster than a good 9750H implementation in multi-core tests, while 10875H models score roughly 10-15% higher than the 10750H in this case. However, as already mentioned earlier, take these numbers with a lump of salt, as results are going to greatly vary between implementations.

We’ll update on benchmarks and performance expectations in future articles once we churn through more data.

Core i7-10875H features

OK, with that out of the way, let’s jump into the available Intel Core i7-10875H models. to make ti easier for you to find what you’re looking for, we’ve split these options into two sections: portable light-weight ultrabooks, and full-size notebooks.

Furthermore, we’re constantly updating the list and adding new info as it becomes available, but the details are still scarce and scattered for now, so if you spot any errors or any configurations that should be included here and are not, please let us know in the comments section down below.

Portable Intel Core i7-10875H (8-Core) laptops

This section includes a list of the light-weight and compact notebooks that can be configured with a Core i7 8Core mobile processor. With these, it’s especially crucial to go through the reviews and see how the cooling-system and overall hardware implementation can cope with the power and thermal requirements of the i7-10875H, and whether going with this option is worth paying the premium, since most of these options are also available with the 6-Core 10750H for a less price.

I’ll also add the some of the available ultraportables do not get i7-10875H configurations, but only 10750H and i9-9880H/HK variants. Those are not included here and covered in this separate article.

Model Screen Hardware Graphics TB3 Weight (from)
Acer Predator Triton 500 15.6-inch IPS 144Hz/300Hz matte up to i7-10875H / max 64 GB RAM DDR4 3200 MHz up to RTX 2080 Super 100W Yes 4.6 lbs / 2.1 kg
our detailed review – gaming laptop, metallic build; RGB backlit keyboard; 144 Hz or 300Hz FHD screens; Thunderbolt 3 without charging; up to i7-10875H configurations with RTX 2070 to RTX 2080 Super 100W graphics, 2x RAM, 2x M.2 SSDs with RAID0; difficult to open and upgrade; dual GSync/Optimus modes; 84 Wh battery
Price: from $2199 – configurations and updated prices
Asus ROG Zephyrus M15 15.6-inch IPS matte, various options up to i7-10875H / max 48 GB RAM DDR4 3200 MHz up to RTX 2070 Super 90W Yes 4.2 lbs / 1.9 kg
our detailed review – multimedia laptop, new 2020 design; simple and lightweight metallic build; RGB backlit keyboard; 300Hz FHD screen or 4K with 100% AdobeRGB; Thunderbolt 3 with charging; up to i7-10875H configurations with RTX 2070 Super 90W graphics, liquid metal compound, 16 GB soldered + 1x RAM, 2x M.2 SSDs with RAID0; easily serviceable; 76 Wh battery
Price: from $1299
Asus ROG Zephyrus S15 15.6-inch IPS FHD 300 Hz matte up to i7-10875H / max 48 GB RAM DDR4 3200 MHz up to RTX 2080 Super 90W Yes 4.45 lbs / 2.05 kg
our detailed review – gaming laptop, 2020 update of the Zephyrus S GX502; metallic build with enhanced cooling design and RGB elements; RGB backlit keyboard; 300Hz FHD screen; Thunderbolt 3 with charging; up to i7-10875H configurations with RTX 2070 or RTX 2080 Super 90W graphics, liquid metal compound, 16 GB soldered + 1x RAM, 2x M.2 SSDs with RAID0; dual GSync/Optimus modes; easily serviceable; 76 Wh battery
Price: from $2399 
Asus ROG Zephyrus S17 17.3-inch IPS FHD 300 Hz matte up to i7-10875H / max 40 GB RAM DDR4 3200 MHz up to RTX 2080 Super 100W Yes 5.8 lbs / 2.65 kg
gaming laptop, 2020 update of the Zephyrus S GX701; metallic build with enhanced cooling; dowwshifted keyboard with the top-part reserved for the hardware and cooling; RGB backlit keyboard; 300Hz FHD screen; Thunderbolt 3 with charging; up to i7-10875H configurations with RTX 2080 Super 100W graphics, liquid metal compound, 8 GB soldered + 1x RAM, 2x M.2 SSDs with RAID0; dual GSync/Optimus modes; easily serviceable; front speakers; 76 Wh battery
Price: from $2499 
Asus ROG Zephyrus Duo GX550 15.6-inch IPS matte, dual-screens i7-10875H / max 48 GB RAM DDR4 3200 MHz up to RTX 2080 Super 90W Yes 5.3 lbs / 2.4 kg
gaming laptop with dual-screens, metallic build with down-shifted RGB keyboard; 300Hz FHD or 4K main screen options; Thunderbolt 3 with charging; up to i9-10980HK configurations with RTX 2080 Super 90W graphics, liquid metal compound, 16 GB soldered + 1x RAM, 2x M.2 SSDs with RAID0; easily serviceable; 90 Wh battery
Price: from $2999 (from July 2020)
Dell XPS 17 17-inch UHD+ IPS touch i7-10875H / max 64 GB RAM  DDR4 2933 MHz RTX 2060  Yes  4.7 lbs / 2.12 kg
ultra-compact 17-inch metallic design; 4K 500-nits touch display with 16:10 aspect ratio; Thunderbolt 3 IO and card-reader; lower-tier versions also available, 2x M.2 NVME storage; 97 Wh battery, quad-speakers
Price: from $2849 for 8Core model – configurations and updated prices
Eluktronics Max 15 15.6-inch IPS FHD matte, various options i7-10875H / max 64 GB RAM  DDR4 2933 MHz up to RTX 2080 Super 90W Yes 3.9 lbs / 1.9 kg
compact 15-inch metallic design; RGB backlit keyboard with Numpad, IPS FHD 144 Hz or 240 H screens; RTX 2060 Max-P to RTX 2080 Super MQ graphics, 2x memory DIMMs, 2x M.2 NVME storage; 62 Wh battery
Price: from $1499 for RTX 2060 models – configurations and updated prices
Eluktronics Max 17 17.3-inch IPS FHD matte, various options i7-10875H / max 64 GB RAM  DDR4 2933 MHz up to RTX 2080 Super 90W Yes 4.7 lbs / 2.12 kg
17-inch version fo the Max-15 above, with 91 Wh battery
Price: from $1599 for RTX 2060 models – configurations and updated prices
Gigabyte Aero 15 15.6-inch IPS matte, various options i7-10875H / max 64 GB RAM DDR4 3200 MHz up to RTX 2080 Super 80W Yes 4.65 lbs / 2.1 kg
detailed review – compact 15-inch metallic design; RGB keyboard with NumPad; IPS FHD 240 Hz or 4K OLED screens; full IO with Thunderbolt 3, UHS card-reader, TB3; up to Core i9-10980HK CPU, RTX 2080 Super MQ graphics, 2x memory DIMMs, 2x M.2 NVME storage; 94 Wh battery
Price: $1699 to $4099 – configurations and updated prices
Gigabyte Aero 17 17.3-inch IPS matte, various options i7-10875H / max 64 GB RAM DDR4 3200 MHz up to RTX 2080 Super 90W Yes 5.5 lbs / 2.5 kg
17-inch version of the Aero 15 above, No OLED screen, but 4K HDR option available instead
Price: $1799 to $4299 – configurations and updated prices
MSI Creator 17 17.3-inch UHD IPS miniLED 60 Hz, 100% DCI-P3 up to i7-10875H / max 64 GB RAM DDR4 2666 MHz up to RTX 2080 Super 80W Yes 5.5 lbs / 2.5 kg
mobile workstation; metallic build; white backlit keyboard with NumPad and creator-optimized layout; 100% DCI-P3 miniLED display with 1000-nits peak brightness and color calibration; full IO including Thunderbolt 3 with charging; i7-10875H configurations with RTX 2060 to RTX 2080 Super 80W graphics, 82 Wh battery
Price: $1699 to $3599 – configurations and updated prices
Razer Blade 15 Advanced 15.6-inch IPS, various options up to i7-10875H / max 64 GB RAM DDR4 2933 MHz up to RTX 2080 Super 90W Yes 4.63 lbs / 2.1 kg
premium metallic build, available in Black or White; updated RGB backlit keyboard; 300Hz FHD or 4K OLED touch with 100% DCI-P3 color; Thunderbolt 3 with charging and UHS-III card-reader; i7-10875H configurations with RTX 2070 Super or RTX 2080 Super 90W graphics, 2x RAM, single M.2 SSD; front-facing speakers and IR camera; 80 Wh battery
Price: $2599 to $3999 – configurations and updated prices
Razer Blade Pro 17 17.3-inch IPS, various options up to i7-10875H / max 64 GB RAM DDR4 2933 MHz up to RTX 2080 Super 90W Yes 6.05 lbs / 2.75 kg
17-inch version of the Blade 15; updated RGB backlit keyboard; 300Hz FHD or 4K 120 hz touch with 100% DCI-P3 color; 2x SSD slots; 70 Wh battery
Price: $2599 to $3799 – configurations and updated prices

Full-size Core i7-10875H laptops

This section is reserved for full-size performance notebooks, for those of you who value performance over portability.

Model Screen Hardware Graphics TB3 Weight
Asus ROG Strix G G512 15.6-inch IPS 240Hz matte up to i7-10875H / max 64 GB RAM DDR4 3200 MHz up to RTX 2070 Super 115W No 5.3 lbs /2.4 kg
mid-range gaming laptop; gaming design with light bar, partially plastic construction; RGB backlit keyboard; 240Hz FHD screen; multiple configurations, up to i7 and RTX 2070 Super 115W graphics, liquid metal compound, 2x RAM, 3x M.2 SSDs with RAID0;
Price: from TBA 
Asus ROG Strix G G712 17.3-inch IPS 240Hz matte up to i7-10875H / max 64 GB RAM DDR4 3200 MHz up to RTX 2070 115W No 6.3 lbs /2.85 kg
mid-range gaming laptop; 17-inch variant of the Strix G G512
Price: from TBA 
Asus ROG SCAR IV G532 15.6-inch IPS 300Hz matte i7-10875H / max 64 GB RAM DDR4 3200 MHz up to RTX 2070 Super 115W No 5.75 lbs /2.6 kg
review – high-performance gaming laptop; fairly large and heavy build and gaming theme with RGB elements; RGB backlit keyboard; 240/300Hz FHD screen; no Thunderbolt 3, card-reader or USB-C charging; up to i9-10980HK configurations with RTX 2070 Super 115W graphics, liquid metal compound, 2x RAM, 3x M.2 SSDs with RAID0; easily serviceable; 66 Wh battery
Price: from TBA 
Asus ROG SCAR IV G732 17.3-inch IPS 300Hz matte i7-10875H / max 64 GB RAM DDR4 3200 MHz up to RTX 2070 Super 115W No 6.3 lbs /2.85 kg
review – high-performance gaming laptop; 17-inch variant of the Scar IV G532
slightly thicker and heavier i9-10980HK + RTX 2080 150W version also available
Price: from TBA 

We’ll update with more i7-10875H models once they’re launched.

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Andrei Girbea, Editor-in-Chief of Ultrabookreview.com. I've been covering mobile computers since the 2000s and you'll mostly find reviews and thorough guides written by me here on the site.

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