Intel, which has lost the edge in the desktop processor market to AMD, does not want to have the same problem in the mobile market. Accelerating its work, the American manufacturer is counting down the days to new processors. Intel will introduce H35 series processors at CES 2021 and H series processors on March 18. Days before the launch, the features of the Tiger Lake-H processors were also revealed.
Unlike the H35, the H series comes with a TDP of 45W.
Features of Intel Tiger Lake-H mobile processors revealed
Intel, which will announce its new processors at the GDC (game developers conference) event on March 18th, is looking for an ambitious introduction to the market. The American manufacturer, which has long been stuck in 14 nm production, has switched to 10 nm SuperFin technology. Intel, which has a temperature problem with 9th and 10th generation processors, wants to say goodbye to this problem.
Intel introduced tiger lake H35 series processors in January and aims to use them on thin, portable computers. The aforementioned Tiger Lake-H processors will be used mainly on gaming-oriented computers.
Intel will bring the i5-11400H processor with 6 cores /12 track designs to users as it goes to core growth in the H series. Intel, which switched to 8 cores / 16 track structures with i7-10875H, continues this attitude in its new i7 processor. Intel plans to rival the Ryzen 9 5980HX with the i9-11980HK. With a value of 45W+ TDP, this processor reaches a maximum of 5.0 GHz in a single core.
Other features of Tiger Lake-H processors include up-to-date technologies such as Thunderbolt 4 and PCIe 4.0.
You can find detailed information on the subject on the GDC page.
Rocket Lake-S processors
The Tiger Lake series isn’t the only processor Intel will introduce with GDC. Intel will also introduce 11th generation Rocket Lake-S desktop processors and has an i9-11900K processor at the top. The latest member of the LGA 1200 socket, these processors support PCIe 4.0 technology.
Alder Lake processors
Intel plans to make its debut with the 12th generation Alder Lake and will make the launch in September. With these processors, Intel will transition to 10 nm SuperFin technology for the first time in the desktop market.