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The Intel Tiger Lake-H chip shows up

The Intel Tiger Lake-H chip shows up

Tiger Lake-H processors should be found in the next “high performance” and gaming laptops in 2021. This version has the same 10nm architecture as the Tiger Lake-U processors we have seen on ultrabooks. However, the latter will offer more cores and higher clock speeds. Intel-Tiger-Lake-h The “classic” chips in this series will have 4 cores and a 35 W TDP. They should share the BGA1449 socket which is used for the Tiger Lake-U chips. The higher performance versions will use the BGA 1787 socket and will offer up to 8 physical cores but multiple variations will be available. Versions with 45W TDP will be available with 6 cores and 8 cores and higher frequencies than the 35W versions.

Common features of the Tiger Lake-H

CPUs include The top of the range would have 8 cores and 16 threads, all based on the new Willow Cove architecture. They will be etched in 10nm++. These processors would be equipped with a cache of up to 34 MB, i.e. 24 MB L3 (3 MB L3 per core) and 10 MB L2 (1.25 MB per core). The Tiger Lake processors will be delivered with a 48/32KB asymmetric L1 cache and will fully support AVX2 and AVX-512 instructions. In addition, they will feature two-tier memory (2LM) and SGX (Software Guard extensions). Intel’s Tiger Lake-H family will support DDR4 speeds up to 3200 MHz. Finally, they should incorporate an Intel Iris Xe graphics part, but this would only require 32EU (Execution Units) whereas the low-power Tiger Lake Core i7s offer 96EU. Let’s not forget that the H series processors are logically associated with a dedicated graphics card for gaming laptops and others. Intel Tiger Lake-H leak The leak found by Tum_APISAK confirms that Intel’s partners are starting to be sampled on these processors. The indications on the frequencies, which are probably false, will not be taken into account. If the arrival of laptops equipped with these chips is expected at the beginning of 2021, it will probably have to wait until the second quarter. With the aggressiveness of the Ryzen CPUs and the arrival of Zen 3 also, the performances of Tiger Lake-H are clearly expected at the turn.

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