When it comes to raw CPU power, not everyone needs a 12-thread beast. Sometimes we forgot that the not so powerful CPUs can fulfill our daily (IT) needs.
That’s why we decided to compare the Core i3-10110U and i3-8145U. Comet Lake vs Whiskey Lake. The i3-10110U is the “new kid on the block” so let’s see how it stands next to the Whiskey Lake representative – the i3-8145U.
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