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Intel: the final features of the next Tiger Lake H?

Intel: the final features of the next Tiger Lake H?

After the low-power range and its derivatives in the performance version, which only provide an increase in frequency, we finally have access to the characteristics of the next Tiger Lake H, equipped this time with 6 to 8 cores

Up to 5 Ghz for the 11980HK?

Here are two interesting leaks, the first one is shared with us by momomo_us on twitter, revealing the documentation of a laptop from the DT Research brand that would confirm the characteristics of three new references of the Tiger Lake H range.
First of all, we have the right to the i5-11400H, a 6-core 2.2 Ghz with base frequencies and 4.5 Ghz in turbo; the TDP is 35 W. Then come 2 8-core processors, the i7-11800H with 1.9 Ghz in base and 4.6 Ghz in turbo in a TDP of 35 W and finally the i9-11900H with 2.1 Ghz in base and 4.9 Ghz in turbo and 35 W TDP too.

Tiger Lake H fréquence

At the same time, a leaker

named raichu known for his information about Intel products (Rocket Lake, DG2 …), has just released information about these 3 processors and a new reference.

The Tiger Lake H features shared by the website would be based on the 35W versions of TDP, while the classic versions would be at 45W, with of course enhanced base frequencies.

Among the information shared by this twitto, the 11980HK, the next flagship of Intel’s mobile range, would go up to 5.0 Ghz in boost, with a base frequency of 3.3 Ghz at 65W TDP .

Finally, a mysterious new processor would complete the range, the 11260H, having an unknown denomination (i3 ? i5 ? i7 ?) and having more cores than the i7-11375H, it would take place just below the i5-11400H with a base frequency at 2.1 Ghz and a boost at 4.4 Ghz.

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