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Intel: Tiger Lake will go up to 4.8 Ghz?

Intel: Tiger Lake will go up to 4.8 Ghz?

Expected around July to replace the Ice Lake, the next Intel processors named Tiger Lake, could go up to 4.8 Ghz while using the 10nm++ process, this process would be such a viable performance level at last?

The 10nm finally performant with Tiger Lake?

It’s no longer news to everyone, the 10nm will be one of Intel’s least profitable engravings. It has been accumulating performance and production issues on the Cannon Lake and Ice Lake generations. But that could change dramatically with the next generation: Tiger Lake.

Tiger Lake processors should arrive around July on the laptops market. They use the willow cove architecture (a slight improvement of the sunny cove architecture) and have an iGpu Xe. This is in fact the main change compared to the Ice Lake processors. Thus, the arrival of this new iGpu should double the graphics performance.

On the CPU side, we should have a slight ipc gain of around 5-7%. On the other hand, on the frequency side, we would have a huge gain on this new 10nm++, around 700mhz compared to the Ice Lake engraved in 10nm+, as the last 3dmark shows.

Intel TIger Lake

The Tiger Lake tested, which would be the i7 1165G7, remains a 4-core 8 thread. It would run at 2.8 Ghz base frequency but would go up to 4.8 Ghz boost frequency according to the benchmark. This is an increase of nearly 700 Mhz in boost frequency compared to the 1068NG7. The processor gives us a graphic score of 1333 points and 4426 points in cpu score (configured in 28W). To compare, if we take the AMD 4700U 8 cores 8 threads in 15W configuration and running at 4.2 ghz in boost, the latter rises to 1080 points in graphic score and 4654 in cpu score. So the results are close on the processor side, but with a 30% difference on the graphics side in favor of intel.

Promising results which would mean the end of the bad performances of 10nm. This generation would allow Intel to match AMD while having an advantage on graphics power. Note that this type of CPU is intended for the low-power laptop/ultrabook market. The Tiger Lake are expected to be released around the third quarter of 2020. A first sign of Intel’s return to the race?

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