Intel Releases New 10nm Tiger Lake CPUs

In the process, Intel is looking to keep up with its competitors by introducing its Tiger Lake CPU range, which includes U and H35 processors, with IBM introducing their newest chip and Apple's already having an immense impact with their recent M1 chip.

The high-end processors for high-end laptops are said to have a $1000 price tag. A core i9-11980HK with 8 cores and 16 threads, running at a base clock speed of 2,6GHz at a maximum speed of 45 W, is the top model of the new lineup. You get a whopping 4.5 GHz or 5 GHz with a rating of more than 65 W and switch to 'turbo mode'.

With a lower clock speed, the other processors from the H series run at 35W. Regardless of the differences, in comparison to the 14nm Comet Lake series of the previous generation, the latest 10nm Tiger Lake processors provide about percent greater performance per clock.

However, the following map gives you a better insight into how to expect of the H-series if we talk of gaming performance.

So far we can expect high-end smooth performance from the H series processors on the new laptops, but the question is, can they really outdo their competitors?

So far we can expect high-end smooth performance from the H series processors on the new laptops, but the question is, can they really outdo their competitors?
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