Intel is about to upgrade Tiger Lake product line

In order to enhance the competitiveness of AMD’s Ryzen 5000U and Ryzen 5000H Cezanne CPUs, Intel seems to be preparing to upgrade the existing Tiger Lake-U and Tiger Lake-H CPUs and launch faster quad-core models. Before the official release, some retailers and OEM manufacturers have leaked 4 models, including 2 Tiger Lake-H and 2 Tiger Lake-U CPUs.

Tiger Lake-H

The two Tiger Lake-H35s exposed this time are Core i7-11390H and Core i5-11320H. Among them, Core i7-11390H provides 4 cores, 8 threads, 12MB cache, 96 EUs & 768 cores. The basic clock frequency of this processor is 4.3GHz, the core frequency is 4.6GHz (all-core)/5.00 GHz (1-core).

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Core i5-11320H provides 4 cores, 8 threads, and 12MB cache. The basic clock frequency of this processor is 4.3GHz (all-core), and the core frequency is 4.5GHz (1-core). The TDP of the two processors is also 35W, but the configuration is downgraded to 28W. Core i5-11320H will probably get 80 EU or 640 cores.

Tiger Lake-U

The two processors exposed by Tiger Lake-U this time come from the UP3 platform, namely Core i7-1195G7 and Core i5-1155G7. Both processors use 4 cores, 8 threads, and have a 12MB cache. The most interesting part about these chips is that they retain the same clock frequency as the existing ones, and their purpose is to replace them, so the possible changes are speculated to be in the form of full core boosted frequencies, which will be better than the existing models. higher.

For these moderately increased clock speeds, you can expect a small increase in performance from various notebooks that will use them. As for the product itself, it seems that OEM manufacturers are already developing laptops, and designs such as Lenovo ThinkBook 14s Yoga, Dell XPS 13 9310 and Intel NUC M15 laptops are already in work.

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