- Tram Ho
Intel has officially introduced the Tiger Lake Gen 11 th line of processors for laptops, with many new equipment, including the new integrated graphics chip Iris Xe, support for Thunderbolt 4, Wifi 6 and a great stride in performance. as well as battery life compared to previous Ice Lake chips. The company said, the line processor 11 th generation will be “the best processor for thin and light laptops.”
In this launch, Intel brought nine new Gen 11 th Gen processors for both U series and Y series chips. Leading among them is the Core i7-1185G7, with a 3.0GHz base clock, capable of single-core turbo boost to 4.8GHz peak and full-core turbo boost to 4.3GHz. It is also equipped with Intel’s most powerful integrated graphics chip, Iris XE with 96 EU cores and a maximum graphics clock of 1.35GHz.
The specifications of the new Tiger Lake Gen 11th series CPUs released.
During Intel’s Architecture Day 2020 event earlier this year, the company also introduced its new CPU lineup. Processor family Gen 11 th are still produced on process 10nm, similar to the current Ice Lake Gen 10 th the current, but it was upgraded to architecture Willow Core design “SuperFin 10nm” new, help bring higher speed and lower energy consumption.
Intel did not specify the spec increases, but promises that it will double the graphics performance, which Intel says will provide more benefits than just increasing the number of single cores. pure – an area where their rival AMD is now ahead.
During the launch of its new product, Intel also showed off a demo showing that the Gen 11 th chip offers the same or better graphics performance than the Gen 10 th series chip that comes with the Nvidia MX350 discrete GPU. However, you have to use Intel’s i5 and i7 chips to get these new XE graphics chips – the Core i3 series on both the U series and the Y series still uses only Intel UHD Graphics.
Another new improvement of the Gen 11 th series chip is the ability to support 8K HDR displays, along with the option to display 4 4K HDR displays at the same time. There’s also an improvement to the built-in AI engine, which according to Intel will bring significant improvements in video calling capabilities (like the ability to blur the background) – an advantage commonly seen on desktop computers. ARM chips like the Surface Pro X before.
Logo identifier for laptops that meet Intel’s Evo standard.
In addition to the new chips, Intel also introduced the Intel Evo, a new version of the Project Athena certification standard – a laptop standard set by Intel. Evo offers even higher demands than before, including ensuring that your laptop will have up to 9+ hours of “real-world” uptime on a single charge (for systems). 1080p), fast charging (30 minutes charge for 4 hours of use), Wifi 6 and Thunderbolt 4, and the ability to wake the system in “less than a second”.
The idea is to help users expect a high-quality machine if it has an Evo sticker on it. There are already 20 laptop designs that meet the Evo standards, Intel says, by the end of the year.
Along with the introduction of the new chip line, Intel promises in the coming weeks, there will be about 150 new computer models released along with the Intel Core Gen 11 th family of processors, from companies such as Acer and Asus. , Dell, Dynabook (formerly Toshiba), HP, Lenovo, LG, MSI, Razer and Samsung. So far, there are three names: Samsung’s Galaxy Book Flex 5G, Acer’s new Swift 5 and Swift 3 series, and Asus’ new ZenBooks are confirmed to be released early this fall.
Refer to The Verge
Source : Genk