In recent news, Intel’s upcoming range of the Tiger Lake-H processor with three 8-core models have now been leaked.
Amidst all the new launches that Intel has indulged in all this while, the incoming Tiger Lake-H processor specifications and details were leaked. Recent news suggest that the CPUs are integrated with three 8-core models attacking the launch of the AMD processors that are backed by a duo of 6-core mobile chips.
The specifications of the upcoming range of Intel core processors were leaked in an official document that was posted on Twitter by an user @9550pro. However, in this age of technology, creating rumors is as easy as it comes, so users need to be extremely careful about the rumors that we surround ourselves with.
However, the mention of the possible and upcoming launch of a trip of 8-core processors in a previous buzz does coincide with the recent leak. The previous news suggested that these upcoming 8-core processors would likely change the new Tiger Lake processors for laptops, which previously were the 11th Gen. Intel core processors integrated with the quad core processor.
Amidst all the information in the leak, the star of the show seems to be the Core i9-11980HK processor, which runs at 8-cores, 16 threads and at a base clock speed of 2.6GHz, which can be improved and expanded to 3.3 GHz clock speed if the chip is configured at 65W instead of 45W.
The maximum boost clock speed in this device is 4.5GHz, which is pretty standard for a device of such calibre.
Another model of the Tiger Lake-H Series processor worth mentioning is the i9 11900H processor. It runs on the 8-cores processor but with slower base and boost clocks. It lacks a 65W output like the Core i9-11980HK and instead runs on 35W output instead to keep the devices cool. The base clock speed in this device was recorded at 2.5GHz, while the boost clock speed was tamed at 4.9GHz with the Turbo Boost Max 3.0.
The last chipset in the Tiger Lake-H series is the Core i7-11800H, which lacks the Turbo Boost Max 3.0. This reduces the boost clock speed of the device to 4.6GHz along with 4.2GHz all-core performance with a base clock speed at 2.4GHz.
Backed with Hexa-core processors
All the three new processors in the Intel’s Tiger Lake-H processor are further backed up by the Core i5-11400H and Core i5-11260H, both of which are 6-core and 12-thread chipsets.
The reports in the recent leak suggest that these Core i5 processors with be backed with the DDR4-2933 memory while the 8-core processors will be integrated with the DDR4-3200 support.
This isn’t the first time that Intel has come forward to flaunt the amazing features available in their Tiger Lake-H processors. They have shown it off while running Total War with a smoother rendering performance.
Despite what is churning in the rumor mill, we can’t necessarily get swayed away until the reports come from official outlets of Intel.