On May 11th, Intel launched a new 11th-generation smart Intel Core high-performance mobile processor (code-named “Tiger Lake-H”). The new processor uses 10 nanometer SuperFin process technology, and the flagship model i9-11980HK is equipped with The 8-core and 16-thread specifications can achieve single-core and dual-core turbo frequency performance up to 5.0GHz, bringing powerful performance.
On the evening of May 11, the highly anticipated Intel “H45 processor”, which is the 11th generation Intel Core high-performance mobile processor (code-named “Tiger Lake-H”), was officially announced, using 10nm SuperFin process technology , The highest specification of 8 cores and 16 threads, can achieve up to 5.0GHz single-core and dual-core turbo frequency performance, providing strong performance for gamers, content creators and professional business professionals.
At the beginning of this year, Intel announced the 11th-generation Intel Core High-Performance Mobile Processor (H35) at the CES2021 exhibition. With advanced 10nm process and significant IPC performance improvement, it provides strong power for thin and light gaming models. This also makes players look forward to the performance of standard voltage H45 series processors.
The main highlights of the H45 series processors announced this time are:
·The new Willow Cove Core core, based on the 10nm SuperFin process, has a maximum of 8 cores and 16 threads. Compared with the 10th generation Core Mobile high-performance version, the multi-threading performance is increased by up to 19%;
·The laptop side supports 20 PCIe Gen 4 channels for the first time, and with Intel Rapid Storage Technology (RST), it can realize Raid 0 of dual PCIe 4.0 SSD, and supports a rich combination of graphics card and solid-state hard drive high-speed channels;
·Supports up to DDR4-3200 memory;
· Support independent Intel Killer Wi-Fi 6E (Gig+) wireless network card, Thunderbolt 4 connection (40Gbps);
In terms of specific SKUs, Intel announced a total of 5 product models for consumer user groups this time. It continues to provide i5, i7, and i9 series, among which the flagship product is i9-11980HK, 8-core 16-thread design, 24MB three-level Cache, TDP 65W, supports Turbo Boost 3. Turbo frequency technology, up to 5.0GHz, which improves the performance of the gaming notebook to a new level.
In addition, the new H45 platform also supports access to high-speed GDDR6 memory (Resizable BAR) connected to the graphics card, bringing players a low-latency and high-frame-rate gaming experience. In addition, the H45 platform also supports Intel Killer Wi-Fi 6E (Gig+) in the 6GHz frequency band and Thunderbolt 4 technology that can achieve a transmission speed of up to 40Gbps per second, further improving the connection speed.
Finally, Intel also announced the launch of the new Intel Core vPro high-performance mobile processor and the Intel Xeon W-11000 series mobile processor, which can provide the most comprehensive hardware-based multi-dimensional security and breakthrough performance. Professional users such as engineers, data scientists, content creators, and financial analysts provide a powerful computing experience.
The commercial-oriented vPro and mobile Xeon workstation series also include five models, of which Xeon W-11955M uses 8 cores and 16 threads, with a single-core core frequency of up to 5.0GHz.
It is reported that there will be more than 80 notebook computer models on the market this year, all equipped with the 11th generation Intel Core high-performance mobile processor and Intel Xeon W-11000 series processors, covering consumer, commercial and workstation details. Sub-market. Intel said that as of now, more than 1 million new processors have been delivered to OEM partners.