The CES 2021 is on now and this year Intel participated in this show with its new Tiger Lake H-Series chips aiming to power the fastest ultraportable gaming laptops.
The new 11th Gen Intel H-Series chips are boostable for up to 5 GHz on 35W. Yes, this bunch has 35W power, instead of 45W provided in the other Tiger Lake processors launched earlier. Each one features a 15% improvement in single-core performance over the 10th Gen H-Series and around 9% improvement over the 10th Gen U series.
Coming to the multicore performance, mathematically, it gets nearly a 40% hike than Intel’s 11th Gen Tiger Lake-U series. You know the graphics performance of the 10th Gen H series processors, it becomes just double now. The entire platform is featured with PCIe Gen 4.0, and the 10nm SuperFin process is followed.
Devices with these chips will support Intel Killer Wi-Fi 6 or 6E, Thunderbolt 4, DDR4 memory at up to 3,200 MHz, and LPDDR4/x at up to 4,266 MHz.
Here are the three newly announced H-Series Tiger Lake chips –
- Intel Core i7-11375H flagship with 5.0 GHz clock speed, 4.3 GHz all-core turbo, and 12MB catch
- Intel Core i7-11370H (non boosted) with 4.8 GHz turbo and 4.3 GHz all-core turbo
- Intel Core i5-11300H with 4.4 GHz turbo and 4.0 GHz all-core boost, and 8MB L2 catch
With the launch of these three chips, Intel takes the title of the fastest laptop processor maker in single-core for now. Point to know, these H-Series Tiger Lake processors can scale up to 4 cores and 8 threads.