Finally, Intel’s first Tiger Lake-H CPUs have arrived in recent UserBenchmark results and features 8 cores with ES Clock Speed. The Tiger Lake-H CPUs will be mainly used in high-performance notebooks and gaming laptops & will feature the same 10nm arch. as the Tiger Lake-U CPUs.
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Intel Tiger Lake-H High-Performance CPU Spotted w/ 8 Cores & 16 Threads
As reported on WCCFTech, The Intel Tiger Lake-H CPU that was spotted by TUM_APISAK, is an 8 core & 16 threads chip. It features the boost clock frequency of 2.75 GHz Across All Cores Simultaneously & a base clock frequency of 3.10 GHz. The Tiger Lake-H chips will be running 24MB of L3 Cache & 10MB of L2 Cache. The processors will be featuring Intel UHD Graphics with either 96 EUs in 45W variant & 32 EUs in 35W standard variant.
Intel’s Tiger Lake-H will be launching earlier than AMD’s Cezanne-H Family which will be featuring the Zen 3 (7nm+) cores with incremental IPC gains.
Intel Tiger Lake-H vs AMD Ryzen H-Series High-Performance CPU Comparisons:
|CPU Family||Intel Tiger Lake-H||AMD Renoir-H||AMD Cezanne-H|
|Branding||Intel 11th-Gen Core (H-Series)||AMD Ryzen 4000 (H-Series)||AMD Ryzen 5000 (H-Series)|
|CPU Core Architecture||Willow Cove||Zen 2||Zen 3|
|Maximum CPU Clocks||TBA||4.3 GHz (Ryzen 9 4900HS)||TBA|
|Maximum L3 Cache||24 MB||8 MB||TBA|
|Maximum L2 Cache||10 MB||4 MB||TBA|
|GPU Core Architecture||Xe Graphics Engine||Vega Enhanced 7nm||Vega Enhanced 7nm|
|Maximum GPU Cores||96 EUs (768 cores)?||8 CUs (512 cores)||8 CUs (512 cores)?|
|Maximum GPU Clocks||TBA||1750 MHz||TBA|
|Launch||Q1 2021?||Q2 2020||Q2 2021?|
Intel has confirmed that Tiger Lake-H High-Performance CPUs with 10nm Process node for CPUs the notebooks will be unveiled in first half of 2021 ad they will max out at 8 cores & 16 threads.
We can also see Tiger Lake-H CPUs integrated alongside the next-generation Nvidia GeForce RTX 30 Series & AMD Radeon RX 6000 Series mobility GPUs along with Intel’s own DG1/DG2 GPUs.