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Intel 11th Gen Tiger Lake H-series processors launched, to focus towards gamers and professionals

Intel has recently launched its 11th Gen CPU for laptop. There are 10 new 11th Gen laptop CPUs that are based on the Tiger Lake architecture. The all new CPUs mainly focuses towards gamers and professionals. With the launch of these new CPUs, the company claims to provide desktop-quality performance. Also, these may offer up to 19 percent better gen-on-gen multi-threaded performance. The all new H-Series CPUs comes under Intel 11th Gen Tiger Lake CPUs. The latest 11th Gen Intel CPUs lineup is mainly launch for the thin and light weight laptops.

Intel 11th Gen Tiger Lake H-Series processor: Features

Meanwhile, The all new 11th Gen CPU under H-Series includes Core i7 and Core i9 models. These comes with eight cores each. The Intel i5 11th generation models comes with six cores. The all new Xeon W-Series models comes with two cores. Out of all these, five CPUs comes with the additional support for Intel’s vPro business platform. Additionally, these also comes with a new Thread Detection Technology and Control-flow Enforcement Technology. These technology mainly helps in protecting its users from any kind of ransomware and crypto-mining attacks.

Intel 11th Gen Tiger Lake H-Series processor
Intel 11th Gen Tiger Lake H-Series processor

The all new 11th Gen CPUs from Intel comes in pair with company’s own new UHD Graphics integrated GPU based on the Xe-LP architecture. This GPU comes with 32 execution units. The Tiger Lake processor series uses the Willow Cove core architecture. This architecture is based on company’s own 10nm SuperFin process. Also, The latest platform comes with 20 PCIe 4.0 lanes and support for a high-bandwidth discrete GPU and support for fast NVMe SSD. Additionally, the support for new Dual EDP graphics pathways will allow the latest laptop series to make use of built-in secondary displays. Also, this platform will also provide support for Thunderbolt 4, Wi-Fi 6E and DDR4-3200.

Using these latest Tiger Lake H-Series processors, companies can provide users with more than 17-inch gaming laptops. These laptops can launch with minimum of 1440p resolution or a 1080p resolution which comes with a refresh rate of 360Hz. Hey check out more about Apple M2 Chip coming on next generation Apple devices.

Top-End 11th Gen Intel Tiger Lake CPU:

The company offers that the Intel Core i9 11980HK will be the top-end processor under this newly launched 11th Gen Intel CPU series. The company claims that this Intel Core i9-11980HK is the world’s best mobile gaming processor. Also, This processor will power “halo enthusiast laptops”. As per company’s claims, the 11th gen Intel CPU can be fully unlocked and can be overclocked. However, its unlocking and overclocking can be restricted by the OEMs. I will depend upon the kind of enclosure and cooling apparatus an OEM uses.

The top-end CPU features an eight cores with Hyper-Threading and 24MB of L3 cache memory. It offers a base frequency of 2.6GHz which can reach upto 3.3GHz frequency with a 65W configurable TDP. Additionally, it can also go up to 5GHz on two cores. This can be achieve using the company’s own Turbo Boost Max 3.0 technology.

Laptops with Intel 11th Gen H-series processors:

In an official press release, Intel states that over 80 laptops will be powered by these new chips. All the upcoming laptops will be soon announced by the OEMs. The company also confirmed that lot of these laptops are likely to be the gaming laptops. Most of the laptops are likely to be power by the GeForce RTX 3050 and GeForce RTX 3050 Ti discrete GPUs.

Written by Pulkit Sharma

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