Intel’s first ever Tiger Lake-H CPU has appeared in the UserBenchmark and possesses 8 cores, plus early ES clock speeds. The Tiger Lake-H CPUs will be perfected for target at high-performance notebooks and will hold the same 10nm architecture as the Tiger Lake-U processors, which was released a few months back, but now comes with higher clock speeds and more cores. The Intel Tiger Lake-H CPU which was first noticed by TUM_APISAK, is an 8 core and 16 threaded chip, which owns a base clock of 3.10 GHz and a boost clock of 2.75 GHz across all (average) evident cores. It was found running on an Intel test board platform, which is the actual motherboard, with the ES chip still intact and installed for evaluation. Regarding the information on Tiger Lake CPUs, the chip will be having 24 MB of L3 and 10 MB of L2 cache. The Intel UHD Graphics chip, which comes with either 96 EUs in 45W flavours or 32 EUs in the usual standard 35W flavours, will be featured in this processor.
Intel’s 10nm Tiger Lake-H Notebook Listings
The usual default chips for 4 cores and 35W TDPs will stay with the BGA 1449 socket, which functions like the Tiger Lake-U chips, while also being offered more premium features such as the BGA 1787 sockets and around 8 core variants, with 45 Watt TDPs of the Intel Tiger Lake lineup. The 45W variants will come in 4 core, 6 core and 8 core variants, along with higher frequencies than their BGA 1449 pals. Higher clocks are to be expected than the Tiger Lake-U family, which clocks up to 4.8 GH, so 5.0 GHz doesn’t seem too distant for the 10nm high-performance listings (lineup).
Intel’s Tiger Lake-H’s Architectural Designs and Contents
This high-performance 10nm Intel Tiger Lake-H lineup- which contains up to 8 core and 16 thread chips, on the basis of the brand new Willow Cover architecture- has been confirmed by Intel to be launched during the first half of 2021. The CPUs would be capable of carrying around 34 MB of cache which is 24 MB L3 (3 MB L3 per core) and 10 MB L2 (1.25 MB per core). Tiger Lake CPUS will also feature an asymmetrical 48/32 KB L1 cache which will fully support the AVX2 and AVX512 instructions. Tiger Lake-H CPUs would also hold Two-Level Memory (2LM) and SGX (Software Guard Extensions). This family tree would also support and run on DDR4 speeds up to 3200 MHz. Intel’s Tiger Lake-H will be revealed close to AMD’s Cezanne-H family, which is expected to possess the Zen 3 (7nm+)cores, along with the unfathomable IPC gains and a tangle of other features which are yet to be displayed. We will also find the Tiger Lake-H CPUs embedded in the next generation NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 and AMD Radeon RX 6000 series mobility GPUs, and inside Intel’s very own DG1/DG2 based GPUs.