Recently, the new Lenovo Legion series appeared on e-commerce platforms in the United States, equipped with Tiger Lake-H35 processors and NVIDIA RTX 30 series discrete graphics cards. This is also the first time Tiger Lake-H35 processors have been seen in game books. Provides up to 8 cores, as many as Comet Lake-H.
Although Intel started to get rid of the 14nm curse last year and began to move towards 10nm, but currently only launched Tiger Lake-U series and Tiger Lake-H35 series, the real mobile terminal 45W 10nm processor has been delayed.
Although the performance of the recently launched Tiger Lake-H35 processor is not bad, because the number of cores is only 4, multi-core performance becomes its weakness, and it is much inferior compared with the AMD Zen3 octa-core mobile processor.
For the Tiger Lake-H35 series, Intel also gave a very clear positioning for designing laptops or thin and light gaming laptops, not for high-performance gaming laptops.
While many players are anxiously waiting for the appearance of standard pressure processors, the new Lenovo Legion series (that is, the domestic savior series) appeared on the US e-commerce platform, equipped with Tiger Lake-H processors and NVIDIA RTX 30 series independent Graphics card.
It is reported that there are two series of Lenovo Legion 5 and Legion 7 game books on the market abroad, which are available in 15.6-inch, 16-inch, and 17.3-inch versions, equipped with Tiger Lake-H45 processor and RTX 30 series graphics cards, and are equipped with 2K high refresh screen.
Tiger Lake-H45 processor has exposed three models, namely: Intel Core i5-11400H, Intel Core i7-11800H and Intel Core i9-11980HK. Provides up to 8 cores, as many as Comet Lake-H.
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