Intel Tiger Lake-H CPUs for High-Performance Notebooks w/ 8 cores Surfaces on UserBenchmark

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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.

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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 FamilyIntel Tiger Lake-HAMD Renoir-HAMD Cezanne-H
BrandingIntel 11th-Gen Core (H-Series)AMD Ryzen 4000 (H-Series)AMD Ryzen 5000 (H-Series)
Process Node10nm7nm7nm+
CPU Core ArchitectureWillow CoveZen 2Zen 3
Maximum Cores/Threads8/168/168/16
Maximum CPU ClocksTBA4.3 GHz (Ryzen 9 4900HS)TBA
Maximum L3 Cache24 MB8 MBTBA
Maximum L2 Cache10 MB4 MBTBA
GPU Core ArchitectureXe Graphics EngineVega Enhanced 7nmVega Enhanced 7nm
Maximum GPU Cores96 EUs (768 cores)?8 CUs (512 cores)8 CUs (512 cores)?
Maximum GPU ClocksTBA1750 MHzTBA
LaunchQ1 2021?Q2 2020Q2 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.

via. WCCFTech

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