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Tiger Lake i7-11370H and i5-11300H: promising

Tiger Lake i7-11370H and i5-11300H: promising

We’re going to spend a few moments on a bench leak concerning the Tiger Lake H – the next “high performance” notebook CPUs from Intel. APISAK found some figures under GeekBench 5, which are more than encouraging for the next Intel. These processors should be associated with the biggest graphics cards in laptop gaming in 2021.

In the CPUs tested we have the i7-11370H, which is a processor with 4 cores and 8 threads with Willow Cove architecture engraved in 10nm SuperFin. This processor reaches a base frequency of 3.30Ghz and is turbocharged to 4.80 GHz. For its part, the Core i5-11300H seems to be the same CPU but running at a lower frequency (3.10 / 4.40 GHz).


Intel Core i7-11370H sur Geekbench


The i7-11370H offers better single-core performance than the future Ryzen 5900HX (1572 vs. 1535 points), while in multi-core performance, it is almost equal to that of a Core i7-10750H with 6 cores and 12 threads. These performances are more than promising when you consider that the Tiger Lake-H range will have 8 cores / 16 threads at its peak While we were all excited about the performance of the next Ryzen mobiles, it is possible that Intel has something for everyone to agree on with this range. The difference could be made on the availability obviously by the current times but also by the complete platform. A domain particularly well mastered by Intel and on which, objectively, AMD is still lagging behind. To get a more precise idea of the Tiger Lake range, here is a table from an article in Videocardz Gamme cpu Tiger Lake

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