Silicon giant Intel has been experiencing major problems in the desktop processor market of late. The company, which does not want to experience the same problems in the mobile market, has decided to take measures in advance. The fact that AMD is increasing its claim to Ryzen processors in the mobile market makes things difficult for the US manufacturer. That’s why Intel decided to upgrade to Tiger Lake U and H35 series processors. The updated processors will be stronger than their counterparts.
Both processor series are under Intel’s 10nm SuperFin production.
New Intel Tiger Lake U and H35 series processors released
According to the information leaked by Notebookcheck, Intel is carrying out renovation work for the Tiger Lake and H35 series. Willow Cove core architecture processors promise more performance. However, according to the leaked information, the performance difference will be greater with the updated H35 processors. Both series come with 4 cores, while 6 and 8 core processors are stored in the H series.
As for the two updated processors in the H35 series, they are named i7-11390H and i5-11320H. Both processors have a base speed increase of 100MHz compared to their counterparts. The speed increase of the turbo frequency is 300 MHz. The reason why the base frequency is not playing much is not to increase the idle power consumption of the processor.
In addition to H35 series processors, Intel has also refreshed for Tiger Lake U processors. However, the renovation on this side is not as obvious as with the H35 series. We don’t know exactly what Intel is aiming for here. Because the technical characteristics of the i7-1195G7 and i7-1155G7, which have been updated on paper, are the same as the old i7-1185G6 and i7-1165G7 processors. According to our estimates, the renewed feature here is the multi-core turbo frequency speed of the processors.
The arrival of the H series completes the Tiger Lake family. If it is not known exactly when the 6 and 8 core processors of this series will arrive, we can see that within this month.