Intel has finally announced its Core i5-11320H and Core i7-11390H, the brand-new pair of Tiger Lake-H35 series processors. This pair can boost up to 5.0 GHz, but the early benchmark came up with Core i7-11390H, only matching Core i7-1195G7 and the Core i7-11375H for performance.
Intel has revealed more Tiger Lake SKUs in the last month, including the Core i7-1195G7, a 28W processor that can boost up to 5 GHz. Since then, the company has brought two more Tiger Lake processors, the Core i7-11390H and the Core i5-11320H, both UP3 parts with 35W TDPs. While the former appeared for the first time in May, it has taken until now for the Core i7-11390H to appear.
Intel has not disclosed any performance figures for either of its brand-new 35W Tiger Lake processors. Though, Geekbench showed some insights into the Core i7-11390H. The Core i7-11390H offers truly better single-core performance than the Core i7-11375H, which also features a 5.0 GHz of clock speed. The difference is only about 2%, so we can say this is within a margin of error. Likewise, the Core i7-11390H lost out by under 1% in Geekbench’s multi-core benchmark.
It looks like the Core i7-11390H is also as fast as the Core i7-1195G7. The Core i7-11390H is able to outscore the AMD Ryzen 9 5900HS in single-core tasks. The gap between the pair came out almost 20%, though the Ryzen 9 5900HS stands with a 30% advantage in the same multi-core benchmark. The Core i7-11375H seems to offer almost mostly all the performance that the Core i7-11390H does on its first showing.