According to Intel slides, its Core i5-11400H is enough to compete evenly or even beat Ryzen 9 5900HS in games with separate graphics cards.
Intel unveiled the Tiger Lake-H processors for high-performance laptops as early as CES, but the details were still left to simmer. Now the arrival of processors is starting to approach and HD Technología, which used to be a leak source, has decided to pre-release Intel slides.
Tiger Lake-H processors are based on the architecture familiar from the U-Series, but there are also clear differences in the processors. The H-Series silicon chip will have a maximum of eight Willow Cove cores and at least the top model will bend at its best to a 5 GHz Turbo Boost Max clock frequency. Some models will also be multiplier-free. The Xe-LP graphics controller integrated into the processor has 32 Execution Units and will be marketed under the name Intel UHD Graphics.
The processor comes with a dual-channel DDR4 memory controller, 20 PCI Express 4.0 bands for a video card and an NVMe SSD, for example, but also includes support for Intel RST and RAID0 streams directly from the processor. In addition, the processor has integrated support for Thunderbolt 4 and USB4 connections. The Tiger Lake-H connects to the 500 Series mobile chipset via DMI x8, and the chipset supports a further 24 PCIe 3.0 lines, an Intel Killer Wi-Fi 6E network controller, 2.5 Gbps network connections, SATA buses and, of course, a variety of USB connections.
The top model Core i9-11980HK is the only multiplier-unlocked Tiger Lake-H model, at least in the first wave. At the same time, it is also the only one promised a maximum clock frequency of 5 GHz. The basic clock frequency of the processor is 2.6 GHz and the Turbo frequencies vary between 4.5 and 5 GHz depending on the load. You can find the most important information about the collection in the table above.
In terms of gaming performance, Intel seems inherently confident, as it compares the Ryzen 9 5900HS processor to the Core i5-11400H instead of the top models. The Intel benchmark laptop is also equipped with a “Max-Q” version of the GeForce RTX 3060 limited to approximately 65W consumption, while the Asus Zephyrus G14 from AMD has a “base version” of the RTX 3060 with a consumption of about 80 watts. The TDP settings configured for the processors are not revealed in the slide.
The performance readings between the laptops themselves are very even, with Intel taking four tests and AMD against three. In addition to Intel taking one more win in its name, its performance gap compared to those games is larger than the games won by AMD. Intel took Far Cry from New Dawn, Grid 2019, Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege and Troy: A Total WWar Saga: Siege from the tests, with AMD winning Hitman 3, Total War: Three Kingdoms and War Thunder.
Source: HD Technología
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