Intel Tiger Lake-H laptop CPU specifications leak

Posted on Thursday, May 06 2021 @ 11:22 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
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One week before the official launch, HD-Tecnologia leaks the slides of Intel's Tiger Lake-H processor series. These chips are expected to be introduced on May 11th. Intel introduced the 10nm Tiger Lake-H35 laptop processors earlier this year and now we'll see the release of more powerful versions, with a TDP of 45W.

This includes models with up to eight cores and sixteen threads. The flagship Core i9-11980HK will offer a 5.0GHz Boost for up to two cores. The new chips have DDR4-3200 support and feature 20 PCIe Gen4 and up to 44 PCIe platform lanes.

The raw specifications

VideoCardz created a specifications sheet. The site notes it looks like the Core i5-11600H has been postponed.
Intel is introducing its new flagship SKU called Core i9-11980HK, which is an unlocked processor for ultra-premium designs. This SKU will boost with two cores up to 5.0 GHz, which is the only SKU in the new lineup to be able to do so. Laptops with HK unlocked series are never cheap and are unlikely to be available in a slim form factor. Officially there are three 8-core and 16-thread parts coming (i9-11980HK, i9-11900H, i7-11800H), however, that is likely not the full list as we have already heard about Core i9-11950H.
Tiger Lake H specifications list

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