Tiger lake-h35: intel’s square cpu for compact gaming notebooks

Tiger lake-h35: intel's square cpu for compact gaming notebooks's square CPU for compact gaming notebooks

So far there were the 10-nanometer processors of the eleventh Core I generation (Tiger Lake) only in the U-series for flat notebooks. For CES Intel now introduces the first H models for powerful notebooks. Although the three CPUs, the Intel internal is “Tiger Lake-H35” Running, continue to be four-cucore, but they ricate 35 watts. In the square of the U-series, on the other hand, at 28 watts is concluded, in many notebooks, they even run very classically with 15 watts – and accordingly lower clock frequencies under full steam.

With up to 5 GHz on a CPU core, Intel complains about the performance crown with single-threading computing load for itself. The chip manufacturer approaches old Ryzen-4000 CPUs from AMD for a year; However, the true competitor were rather the Ryzen 5000 processors whose revolving is probably on Tuesday.

Tiger lake-h35: intel's square cpu for compact gaming notebooks's square CPU for compact gaming notebooks

Tiger Lake-H35 should convince with a high single-threading performance.

As a special solution with a sharp target group, Tiger Lake-H35 was only allowed to use in a few notebooks. The newcomers are intended for high-priced models from the caliber of a Razer Blade Stealth 13 – so 13- to 15 inches, which are a bit heavier and thicker than ugli, but thanks to an additional graphics chip for full HD gaming. This device category is a meaningful compromise between gaming and mobilitat, which is quite in demand in the notebook boom around the Corona Pandemic. Last but not least, with its 35-watt processors of the Ryzen-4000HS series in just this category, ATD achieved a respectable success – for example in the 14-Zoller Asus Rog Zephyrus G14.

Tiger Lake-H35 for compact gaming notebooks
model Core / threads TDP Basic clock Max. Turbo turbo L3 cache
Core I7-11375H SE 4/8 28 – 35 W 3.0 – 3.3 GHz 5.0 GHz 12 Mbyte
Core I7-11370H 4/8 28 – 35 W 3.0 – 3.3 GHz 4.8 GHz 12 Mbyte
Core I5-11300H 4/8 28 – 35 W 2.6 – 3.1 GHz 4.4 GHz 8 MB

The important difference: AMDS with 7 nanometer textured 35-Watt CPUs are not a square, but offshoot of the regular H-processor series with up to eight computing and accordingly much more performance at load on all cores. Corresponding counterparts are still not ready for Intel because of the messaging 10 nanometer production: “Tiger Lake-H45” With eight CPU cores should come in a few months. In the desktop area, the effects of manufacturing problems are even more serious, because there is with “Rocket Lake-S” In short, an additional 14 nanometer CPU with eight cores – after all, with one of the 10-nanometer CPUs, potent architecture and other innovations such as PCIe 4.0.

Portfolio completion

Back to the notebook processors: Auber Tiger Lake-H35 debut on the CES also vPro models of eleventh Core I generation for business notebooks. Such CPUs contain remote maintenance functions for Admins and are more likely to allow notebook manufacturers to guarantee a long-way availability of ensuring that the notebooks. From user view there are no differences with the already known variants without vpro.

For favorable entry-level notebooks, Intel turns new Celeron and Pentium Silver Processors (Jasper Lake) “Tremont”-Nuclear. These 10 nanometer cores have so far only used in Intel”s special processor LakeField used in Samsung”s Galaxy Book S and Lenovos Foldable ThinkPad X1 Fold. While in the LakeField SOC, however, there is still an additional, potent Core I core, the new Celeron and Pentium involve the tremont-cores originated from the atomic rail included.

New entry-level processors (Jasper Lake)
model Core / threads TDP Basic clock Max. Turbo turbo L3 cache
Pentium Silver N6005 4/4 10W k. A. 3.3 GHz 4 Mbyte
Celeron N5105 4/4 10W k. A. 2.9 GHz 4 Mbyte
Celeron N4505 2/2 10W k. A. 2.9 GHz 4 Mbyte
Pentium Silver N6000 4/4 6W k. A. 3.3 GHz 4 Mbyte
Celeron N5100 4/4 6W k. A. 2.8 GHz 4 Mbyte
Celeron N4500 2/2 6W k. A. 2.8 GHz 4 Mbyte
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