Tiger Lake-U is made on a 10nm process and has integrated Xe-based graphics. In the SiSoft multimedia test, the Tiger Lake-U is about 14.2 percent faster than the quad-core Core i5-9400H. It's now exactly an apples-to-apples comparison though, as the 9400H is a 45W TDP chip while this Tiger Lake-U model will likely be 15W TDP. Compared with the Core i7 1065G7, which will likely be succeeded this Tiger Lake-U chip, there's a performance gain of 44.6 percent.
Intel is expected to release Tiger Lake-U later this year. For the desktop market we can expect both Comet Lake-S and Rocket Lake-S.
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