Intel will release Tiger Lake-H next week, the first mobile 10nm octave core

Processors Tiger Lake with x86 cores Willow Cove are currently the most advanced product that Intel has in its repertoire. However, this is an exclusively mobile matter. At 14nm process in the desktop Willow Cove did not transfer. The reason is probably the significantly larger proportions of these cores, in which the increased L2 / L3 cache participates. Thanks to it, the IPC is also higher than for nuclei Sunny Cove (used in Ice Lake, Rocket Lake a Lakefield), but it is not a significant double – digit shift as the kernels brought Sunny Cove or what it will bring Golden Cove v Alder Lake. Ice Lake was simply a “tock” (new architecture), Tiger Lake is an optimization that may have targeted a 7nm process according to historical plans. In any case, the result is that the IPC of AMD and Intel came very close and the IPC Zen 3 (Cezanne) a Willow Cove (Tiger Lake) can be considered very close on average.

Tiger Lake-H, or 45W Tiger Lake for laptops, as the first product on the 10nm process, it brings eight cores, which also matches the AMD equipment Cezanne. Upcoming models built on a silicon core Tiger Lake-H are marked in yellow. Everything is highlighted in bold Tiger Lake, everything else Ice Lake for comparison.

i9-11980HK8 / 162,6 / 5,0 GHz24MB321,4545W+?
i9-11950H8 / 162,6 / ? GHz24MB321,4545W?
i9-11900H8 / 162,5 / 4,9 GHz24MB321,4545W?
i7-11800H8 / 162,4 / 4,6 GHz24MB321,4545W?
i5-11600H6 / 122,9 / ? GHz12MB321,4545W?
i5-11400H6 / 122,7 / 4,5 GHz12MB321,4545W?
i5-11260H6 / 122,6 / 4,4 GHz12MB321,4045W?
i7-11375H4 / 83,3 / 5,0 GHz12MB961,35(28) 35W$482
i7-11370H4 / 83,3 / 4,8 GHz12MB961,35(28) 35W$426
i7-1185G74 / 83,0 / 4,8 GHz12MB961,35(12) 28 W$426
i7-1180G74 / 82,2 / 4,6 GHz12MB961,10(7) 15 W$426
i7-1068G74 / 82,3 / 4,1 GHz8 MB641,1028 W?
i7-1165G74 / 82,8 / 4,7 GHz12MB961,30(12) 28 W$426
i7-1065G74 / 81,3 / 3,9 GHz8 MB641,1015 (25) W$426
i5-1145G74 / 82,6 / 4,4 GHz8 MB801,30(12) 28 W$309
i5-1140G74 / 81,8 / 4,2 GHz8 MB801,10(7) 15 W$309
i5-11300H4 / 83,1 / 4,4 GHz8 MB801,30(28) 35 W$309
i5-1135G74 / 82,4 / 4,2 GHz8 MB801,30(12) 28 W$309
i5-1035G74 / 81,2 / 3,7 GHz6 MB641,0515 (25) W$320
i5-1035G44 / 81,1 / 3,7 GHz6 MB481,0515 (25) W
i5-1035G14 / 81,0 / 3,6 GHz6 MB321,0515 (25) W$297
i3-1125G44 / 82,0 / 3,7 GHz8 MB481,25(12) 28 W$281
i3-1115G42 / 43,0 / 4,1 GHz6 MB481,25(12) 28W$281
i3-1005G12 / 41,2 / 3,4 GHz4 MB320,9015 (25) W
i7-1160G74 / 81,2 / 4,4 GHz12MB961,20(7) 15 W$426
i7-1060G74 / 81,0 / 3,8 GHz8 MB641,109 (12) W
i5-1130G74 / 81,1 / 4,0 GHz8 MB801,10(7) 15 W$309
i5-1030G74 / 80,8 / 3,5 GHz6 MB641,059 (12) W?
i5-1030G44 / 80,7 / 3,5 GHz6 MB481,059 (12) W?
i3-1120G44 / 81,1 / 3,5 GHz8 MB481,10(7) 15 W$281
i3-1110G42 / 41,8 / 3,9 GHz6 MB481,10(7) 15 W$281
i3-1000G42 / 41,1 / 3,2 GHz4 MB480,909 (12) W?
i3-1000G12 / 41,1 / 3,2 GHz4 MB320,909 (12) W?

We can first notice that Intel pro Tiger Lake-H counts on up to 5GHz boost, which is 200MHz higher than AMD Cezanne (current top model ends at 4.8 GHz). The latest generation of Intel’s 10nm process probably handles slightly better beats than the original 7nm TSMC process, however, from experience with previous models Tiger Lake it can be said that the difference in consumption is not adequate to four percent of extra measures, but significantly higher. All planned models are in the factory state 45W, but the top-model (Core i9-11980HK) allows TDP to be increased to 65 watts (in practice certainly higher than usual for previous models) and for models without “K” TDP can be reduced to 35 watts.

The Core i9-11950H and Core i5-11600H models do not yet appear in Intel’s materials ready for next week, they will probably arrive later. When it comes to Core i5, it is positive that Intel has returned to reasonable terminology and does not say – as with Tiger Lake-U a Tiger Lake-H35 – Core i5 or Core i7 quad-cores. Perhaps the prices will match the names and not as in the case of the Core i7-11375H quad-core for the amount of $ 482.

Intel has also prepared one nice chart, which tries to outline that the gaming performance of the Core i5-11600H is enough for the gaming performance of the Ryzen 9 5900HS. However, he failed to state that the Core is 45W, while the Ryzen HS is an economical 35W model. Thus, a comparison of models with the same TDP and the same number of cores would be more convincing.

The formal launch is scheduled for Tuesday, May 11.

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