Specifications of Intel’s 11th Gen Tiger Lake-H family of CPUs which are designed for enthusiast-grade laptops have leaked out. The specifications confirm that we will be getting up to 5.00 GHz clock speeds on the flagship Tiger Lake-H CPU.
Full Intel 11th Gen Tiger Lake-H High-End Laptop CPU Specifications Leak Out, Up To 5 GHz Clocks For Core i9-11980HK Flagship
The image leaked by HXL comes straight from an internal Intel press deck for the 11th Gen Tiger Lake-H CPU family. As expected, the Intel 11th Gen CPU lineup for high-end laptops will consist of five models, two of which would feature 6 core and three of which would feature 8 cores. Intel has also launched its Tiger Lake-H (35W) family which consists of 4 core models but the Tiger Lake-H (45W) lineup is designed purely for high-end and enthusiast mobility platforms. The lineup is split into Core i9, Core i7, and Core i5 variants and we have seen performance leaks on a few SKUs over the last couple of weeks.
Intel 11th Gen Tiger Lake-H (45W) Core i9 CPUs
First up, we have the highest-end Intel Core i9 CPUs which include two models. The flagship model is the Intel Core i9-11980HK and this chip is a beast of a mobility solution with 8 cores, 16 threads & 24 MB of L3 cache, all based around the Willow Cove core architecture. The 11980HK comes with a base clock speed of 2.6 GHz (45W) which is configurable up to 3.3 GHz (65W) and boost clocks rated at up to 5.0 GHz (1 – 2 cores), 4.9 GHz (4-core), 4.7 GHz (6-core), 4.5 GHz (all-cores).
The maximum boost frequency is achieved when the Turbo Boost Max technology kicks in and that require a certain set of pre-requisites to be achieved such as retaining temperatures under the maximum threshold and running within the power limits. The Intel Core i9-11980HK will feature a 65W cTDP & will also carry overclocking support. Intel also demonstrated the Core i9-11980HK at its maximum boost clock a few days ago which you can read about over here.
The second model, the Intel Core i9-11900H, retains the same configuration but features a lower clock speed of 2.5 GHz (45W) / 2.1 GHz (35W) base and boost clocks of 4.9 GHz (1 – 2 cores), 4.800 GHz (4-core), 4.6 GHz (6-core) and 4.4 GHz (all-cores). Both CPUs will feature the Intel UHD graphics chip featuring Xe GPU with 32 EUs (256 cores) with a base clock of 350 MHz and a boost clock of 1.45 GHz.
Intel 11th Gen Tiger Lake-H (45W) Core i7 CPUs
Next up, we have the only Core i7 model within the Intel Tiger Lake-H (45W) CPU family. The Intel Core i7-11800H carries the same core configuration as the high-end Core i9 8 core variants but is configured with lower clock speeds. The CPU operates with a base frequency of 2.4 GHz (45W) and 2.0 GHz (35W). The boost clocks are reported at 4.6 GHz (1 – 2) cores, 4.5 GHz (4-core), 4.4 GHz (6-core), 4.2 GHz (all-cores). Unlike the Core i9 models, the Intel Core i7 CPUs don’t feature the Intel Thermal Velocity Boost 3.0 technology hence the 300 MHz boost clock difference between the i9-11900H and the i7-11800H.
Intel 11th Gen Tiger Lake-H (45W) Core i5 SKUs
Finally, we move over to the Intel 11th Gen Tiger Lake-H Core i5 lineup. The lineup consists of the Core i5-11400H as the top model which features 6 cores, 12 threads, & 12 MB of L3 cache. Clocks are retained at 2.7 GHz (45W) / 2.2 GHz (35W) at base and 4.5 GHz (1 – 2 cores), 4.30 GHz (4-core), 4.1 GHz (all-cores) boost clock.
The second model is the Core i5-11260H which also features the same core configuration but has lower clock speeds of 2.6 GHz (45W) / 2.1 GHz (35W) at the base and 4.4 GHz (1 – 2 cores), 4.2 GHz (2-core), and 4.0 GHz (all-cores) boost. What’s interesting here is that the Core i5-11400H features the UHD graphics with the same clock speeds of up to 1.45 GHz while the Core i5-11260H pushes things down to 1.4 GHz. The Intel Core i5 Tiger Lake-H CPUs also seem to support just DDR4-2933 memory compared to DDR4-3200 for the Core i9 and Core i7 parts.
Intel 11th Generation Tiger Lake CPU Specs Official:
|CPU Name||CPU Architecture||Platform||Cores/Threads||Base Clock||Boost Clock (Max on 1-Core)||Cache||GPU (Xe) Cores||GPU (Xe) Clock||TDP|
|Core i9-11980HK||10nm Tiger Lake SuperFin||Tiger Lake-H||8/16||2.6 GHz||5.0 GHz||24 MB||32 EUs (256 Cores)||1450 MHz||45W (cTDP 65W)|
|Core i9-11900H||10nm Tiger Lake SuperFin||Tiger Lake-H||8/16||2.5 GHz||4.9 GHz||24 MB||32 EUs (256 Cores)||1450 MHz||45W (cTDP 35W)|
|Core i7-11800H||10nm Tiger Lake SuperFin||Tiger Lake-H||8/16||2.4 GHz||4.6 GHz||24 MB||32 EUs (256 Cores)||1450 MHz||45W (cTDP 35W)|
|Core i5-11400H||10nm Tiger Lake SuperFin||Tiger Lake-H||6/12||2.7 GHz||4.5GHz||12 MB||32 EUs (256 Cores)||1450 MHz||45W (cTDP 35W)|
|Core i5-11260H||10nm Tiger Lake SuperFin||Tiger Lake-H||6/12||2.6 GHz||4.4 GHz||12 MB||32 EUs (256 Cores)||1450 MHz||45W (cTDP 35W)|
|Core i7-11370H||10nm Tiger Lake SuperFin||Tiger Lake-H||4/8||3.3 GHz||4.8 GHz||12 MB||96 EUs (768 Cores)||1350 MHz||35W (cTDP 45W)|
|Core i5-11300H||10nm Tiger Lake SuperFin||Tiger Lake-H||4/8||3.1 GHz||4.4 GHz||12 MB||96 EUs (768 Cores)||1350 MHz||35W (cTDP 45W)|
|Core i7-1185G7||10nm Tiger Lake SuperFin||Tiger Lake-U||4/8||3.0 GHz||4.8 GHz||12 MB||96 EUs (768 Cores)||1350 MHz||15W (cTDP 28W)|
|Core i7-1165G7||10nm Tiger Lake SuperFin||Tiger Lake-U||4/8||2.8 GHz||4.7 GHz||12 MB||96 EUs (768 Cores)||1300 MHz||15W (cTDP 28W)|
|Core i5-1135G7||10nm Tiger Lake SuperFin||Tiger Lake-U||4/8||2.4 GHz||4.2 GHz||8 MB||80 EUs (640 Cores)||1300 MHz||15W (cTDP 28W)|
|Core i3-1125G4||10nm Tiger Lake SuperFin||Tiger Lake-U||4/8||2.0 GHz||3.7 GHz||8 MB||96 EUs (768 Cores)||1250 MHz||15W (cTDP 28W)|
|Core i3-1115G4||10nm Tiger Lake SuperFin||Tiger Lake-U||2/4||3.0 GHz||4.1 GHz||6 MB||48 EUs (384 Cores)||1250 MHz||15W (cTDP 28W)|
|Core i7-1160G7||10nm Tiger Lake SuperFin||Tiger Lake-U||4/8||1,2 GHz||4.4 GHz||12 MB||96 EUs (768 Cores)||1100 MHz||7W (cTDP 15W)|
|Core i5-1130G7||10nm Tiger Lake SuperFin||Tiger Lake-U||4/8||1.1 GHz||4.0 GHz||8 MB||80 EUs (640 Cores)||1100 MHz||7W (cTDP 15W)|
|Core i3-1120G4||10nm Tiger Lake SuperFin||Tiger Lake-U||4/8||1.1 GHz||3.5 GHz||8 MB||48 EUs (384 Cores)||1100 MHz||7W (cTDP 15W)|
|Core i3-1110G4||10nm Tiger Lake SuperFin||Tiger Lake-U||2/4||1.8 GHz||3.9 GHz||6 MB||48 EUs (384 Cores)||1100 MHz||7W (cTDP 15W)|
The Intel 11th Gen Tiger Lake-H CPU lineup is expected to make an official retail entry in Q2 2021 around Computex 2021. We can expect to see several laptops and notebooks with high-end CPU and GPU configurations but at very premium prices compared to AMD’s Ryzen 5000H CPU lineup.
News Source: HXL