Intel has added five new processors to the consumer line and five more for the professional environment in its 11th generation Intel Core H series whose code name has known them so far: Tiger Lake-H.
The two groups include three eight-core chips and two other six-core chips. They have a TDP value of 35W, with the exception of the flagship model Core i9-11980HK, which has a higher value which reaches 65W. They are all intended for laptops.
In fact, Intel claims that there will soon be more than 30 ultralight laptops (20mm or less) in which will be installed the processors of this new generation that were already available for desktop computers (Intel Core Rocket Lake-S).
The new processors promise significant performance improvements over the older 10th Gen Intel Comet Lake, with up to 19% performance improvement in multithreaded tasks.
In fact, Intel has placed high hopes on these chips, with which it intends to face its most immediate
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According to Intel, this 11th generation with a 10 nanometer SuperFin manufacturing process, has up to 8 CPU cores and 16 threads, in addition to Turbo Boost mode and the possibility of reaching 5 GHz.
The processor can directly access the high speed GDDR6 type memory which is connected to the graphics chip, allowing gamers and game enthusiasts to have a much higher fps range.
The laptop processor offers 2.5 times the total PCIe bandwidth to the processor compared to 10th Generation H-series processors, and three times the total PCIe bandwidth compared to other processors in the industry.
Among the novelties of this generation of chips, the following are distinguished:
- Up to 20 PCIe Gen 4.0 lanes with Intel Rapid Storage technology in RAID 0 – and up to 44 PCIe lanes, including 24 PCIe Gen 3.0 lanes.
- Support memory up to DDR4-3200.
- Thunderbolt 4 compatible with speeds up to 40 Gbps.
- Intel Killer 6E (Gig +) Wi-Fi connectivity to optimize power consumption when using a second display.
- Built-in dual display port to improve screen resolution.
Intel’s release also includes the new Intel vPro H-series processors, led by the eight-core Intel Core i9-11950H processors and Intel Xeon W-11000 notebook processors.
This ensures a host of extras with the more professional market in mind, as vPro adds company-specific security features and management tools, including Intel Shield hardware and a host of other security measures. .
It is therefore the turn of laptop manufacturers to update and update their laptop configurations, that we will gradually see how they integrate the use of these new processors into their equipment portfolio. that they put up for sale.
Considering the global semiconductor shortage and what has happened with the shortage of GPUs and advanced graphics for gaming equipment, due to the fact that they are used to encrypt cryptocurrencies, the Gaming laptops can be a good stimulus for PC gaming enthusiasts.
Thus, these new Intel processors which have now been presented can be a torrent of fresh air for this market in which over the last year it has suffered from a shortage of equipment in stock despite the high demand.
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