Intel officially announces the 'Tiger Lake-H' series of processors for notebook PCs that support 6 to 8 cores, and notebook PCs equipped with it are also appearing one after another
by Intel Corporation
On May 11, 2021, Intel announced a new 11th generation Core processor for notebook PCs, which was developed under the code name 'Tiger Lake-H'. Intel's 'H' series chips are products for high-performance notebook PCs with applications such as gaming, and all Tiger Lake-H announced this time are equipped with 6 to 8 physical cores and thermal design power (TDP) Is from 35W to 65W.
Intel Launches New 11th Gen Core for Mobile
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Intel's Tiger Lake-H mobile chips are here to take on Ryzen 5000 --The Verge
Intel officially announced the 11th generation Core processor ' Tiger Lake ' in September 2020, and announced its higher series 'Tiger Lake H' at the IT consumer electronics trade fair 'CES 2021' held in January 2021. was doing.
Summary of Intel's CES 2021 announcements such as the 12th generation CPU 'Alder Lake' series and 'Tiger Lake H' series for gaming notebook PCs --GIGAZINE
Tiger Lake adopts Configurable TDP (cTDP) that allows manufacturers to freely set TDP within a certain range, but Tiger Lake products excluding the 'Tiger Lake H35' series, which is an enhanced version of the existing series. The maximum TDP was 28W or less, and the number of cores and threads was 4 cores and 8 threads or less. However, the 'Tiger Lake-H' officially announced on May 11 has a TDP of 35W or more, and realizes 6 cores 12 threads or 8 cores 16 threads.
The announced 'Tiger Lake-H' product lineup consists of 5 products for general consumers and 5 products for corporate users. The specifications of general consumer products compiled by technical news media An and Tech are as follows. 2 models have 6 cores and 12 threads, 3 models have 8 cores and 16 threads, the rated TDP is 45 W, and the integrated GPU is equipped with Intel Xe. The top product 'i9-11980HK' has a maximum TDP of 65W, a fundamental frequency of 3.3GHz, and a single-core turbo frequency of 5.0GHz. In addition, 'i9-11980HK' and 'i9-11900H' are said to be compatible with 'Turbo Boost Max 3.0 ' that raises the operating frequency to above the upper limit when there is a margin in power consumption and processor temperature.
|Core / thread||Rated frequency (45W)||Adjusted frequency||Turbo frequency (1 core, 2 cores)||Turbo frequency (4 cores)||Turbo frequency (MAX core)||Shared L3 cache memory capacity||GPU maximum frequency|
The specifications of corporate user products are as follows. There are also 2 models with 6 cores and 12 threads, and 3 models with 8 cores and 16 threads, and the 'W-11955M', 'i9-11950H' and 'W-11855M' are compatible with Turbo Boost Max 3.0. Anand Tech states that the 'W-11855M' is 'notable' because of its strange specs.
|Core / thread||Rated frequency (45W)||Adjusted frequency (35W)||Turbo frequency (1 core, 2 cores)||Turbo frequency (4 cores)||Turbo frequency (MAX core)||Shared L3 cache memory capacity||GPU maximum frequency|
About 'Core i9-11980HK' which is the top model for consumers of Tiger Lake-H series and 'Core i9-10980HK' which is the top model for consumers of the 10th generation 'Comet Lake-H', ' Far This is a graph comparing performance in games such as 'Cry New Dawn ' and ' GRID (2019 version)'. You can see that the overall performance has improved.
AMD Ryzen 5900HX' and 'Core i9-11980HK'. Overall, you can see that 'Core i9-11980HK' is higher, but Anand Tech said, 'It is difficult to compare laptops with laptops due to different design and optimization comments, and it is Intel's benchmark for AMD. Needs a little attention. '
Also, this is a graph comparing the performance of the competing products '
In addition, the Tiger Lake-H series enterprise top model 'Core i9-11950H' is compared with the 10th generation 'Comet Lake-H' enterprise top model 'Core i9-10885H'. , Product development, media, entertainment, etc. will improve performance by 29%, and financial services will also improve performance by 12%.
In addition, along with Intel's announcement of Tiger Lake-H, PC makers such as Razer, HP, Asus, Lenovo, MSI, Acer, Gigabyte, Dell are announcing notebook PCs equipped with 'Tiger Lake-H' one after another. I will.
All the new laptops announced with Intel's latest 11th Gen H-series processors --The Verge
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