Recently, Intel’s 11th-generation Core H series processors-Intel Core i5-11400H’s running scores were exposed, with a single-core running score of 1533 points and a multi-core running score of 7428 points. Compared with the previous generation Intel Core i7-10875H, the performance is improved significantly. This processor has 6 cores and 12 threads, operating frequency is 2.7-4.5GHz, and the three-level cache is 12MB.
Intel’s eleventh-generation Core H series processors will be released soon. The new processors will adopt a new architecture and 10nm process, which has a huge performance improvement compared to the tenth-generation Core.Recently information about it has been online
The exposed processor model is Intel Core i5-11400H, with 6 cores and 12 threads, working frequency of 2.7-4.5GHz, three-level cache of 12MB, single-core running score of 1533 points, multi-core running score of 7428 points. The Intel Core i7-10875H averages 1205 points for single-core and 7000 points for multi-core.
There are four initial models of Intel’s 11th-generation Core H series processors, starting with 6 cores. Three of them are 8-cores, but the frequency is different. The specific models are as follows:
Intel Core i5-11400H: 6 cores and 12 threads, 2.7-4.5GHz;
Intel Core i7-11800H: 8 cores and 16 threads, 2.4-4.6GHz;
Intel Core i9-11900H: 8 cores and 16 threads, 2.5-4.9GHz;
Intel Core i9-11980HK: 8 cores and 16 threads, 2.6-5.0GHz.
In terms of memory support, except i5 supports DDR4-2933, the other three models all support mainstream DDR4-3200. However, Intel has not announced the specific release time of the 11th-generation Core H series processors.
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