Intel announced 11th Generation Tiger Lake 5G Modem and U Series Chips

At Computex 2021, Intel introduced a new U series low-voltage CPUs specially developed for its ultrabook under its Tiger Lake lineup. Recently, under its Tiger Lake line-up of 11, the company launched new chips.

Two new processors have just been announced: the Intel Core i7-1195G7, the top-of-the-line chip in the U-series, and the Intel Core i5-1155G7, the most effective and potent Core i5 chip.

The two new chips run in the 12W to the 28W range and come in 4 core and 8-thread configurations. The latest Intel Chips also have graphics integrated with Intel Iris Xe; the premium Core i7-1195G7 has 96 EU products while the core i5-1155G7 has 80 EU goods.

The most exciting aspect of all is that while Core i7-1195G7 provides the base clock rate of 2,9GHz, Intel's Turbo Boost Max 3.0 technology may ramp its speed to a maximum of one core 5.0GHz. The Core i5-1155G7, on the other hand, has a 2.5 GHz base clock speed and a boosted 4.5GHz speed.

When comparing it with the AMD Ryzen 7 5800U CPU, 46-178 percent higher performance may be provided by the Intel Core i7-119G7 CPU when playing. In addition, the CPU makes video editing 93% more efficient, and Intel said it gives a considerable improvement in speed when running different apps and processes.

Besides the new processors, Intel has also started a 5G Solution 5000 M.2 modem that has been certified for global coverage by carriers, including AT&T and Spring. According to certain reports, the new 5G modem offers up to 4.7GB of download per second and uploads up to 1.2GB per second. In comparison with Intel's Gigabit LTE technology, the new speed predictions are five times greater. The modem will be fitted with over 30 laptop designs, developed in partnership with MediaTek and Fibocom.
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