Intel Core H35 processors finally pave the way for ultraportable gaming PCs

Here comes the second wave of 11th generation Intel Core processors. More powerful and more versatile, these four-core, eight-threaded chips consume more than the first 11th generation Core released in September 2020 … but less than the current 10th generation Core, the Comet Lake-H, than the ‘one finds in the nomadic gaming machines of good size.

These newcomers, call them Core 11th generation H35, the “H” meaning they are powerful, only draw 35 watts at top speed. As a reminder, the current Comet Lake-H, like the Core i7-10875H for example, draw 45 watts.

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These H35s, Intel intends to accommodate them in ultra-portable type laptops, in 14 or 15 inch format whose thickness would not exceed 1.8 cm and equipped with a dedicated graphics card. Together, CPU and GPU should be able to run all games in 1080p with details set on High or more than 70 frames / second.

Yes, these three new Cores have ambition, and Intel is not hiding it at all. He shamelessly pits them against the current competition to whet our appetites.

One Core i5 and two Core i7s, all with the same number of cores and threads but with different frequencies, of course. Intel nevertheless claims that the most powerful of them can reach 5 GHz in single-channel computing!

Good news, these H35 processors should soon arrive in machines from Dell, Asus, MSI and others. According to Intel, several models are expected during the first quarter.

Gaming ultraportables, finally a reality?

In detail, the Core i5-1130H, Core i7-11370H and the Core i7-11375H Special Edition are all engraved in 10 nm, using the same process as the current 11th generation Cores. You will find all of their features below.

Intel is careful to point out that these three processors may be underpowered at 28 watts to allow them to fit into very thin cases or where the cooling system could struggle to fully cool them. Under these conditions, the hearts would of course not turn at the same frequencies (cTDP Down in the table above).

Being able to supercharge them, to have even more horsepower under the hood, as is the case with the low consumption Tiger Lake, also seems possible. Intel has not been able to communicate anything to us about this at the moment.

On the technical level, we note several things. The first, these chips natively support the standard PCIe 4.0 to be compatible with future graphics cards.
Second interesting element, Intel evokes the possibility of using the BAR (Base Acess Register) with the Nvidia cards which foreshadows an announcement in this direction, during the Nvidia conference this Tuesday afternoon. Or, failing that, in the coming weeks.
Finally, in single-core computing, the 11th generation Tiger Lake units enclosed in these three processors would be up to 15% more powerful than their counterparts hidden in Comet Lake-H.

Three scouts and the bulk of the Tiger pack arrive

To give us a taste of the next Intel announcements on the mobile side, the founder said that more Tiger Lake-Hs will soon arrive in number, with up to eight hearts engraved on the circuit and the possibilities even multiplied, especially with support for 20 PCI-Express 4.0 lanes.

However, we will surely have to wait until spring, or even the very beginning of summer 2021, to have more information about them. Maybe during a Computex 2021, in Taipei (Taiwan)? In face?

Source: Technos – 01net by www.01net.com.

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