Intel is rolling out its Tiger Lake processors from the bottom up – starting with the 9/15W U-series in September, then the 28/35W H35 series in January and now the 45W top dogs of the H-series.
Tiger Lake is the name for Intel’s latest 10 nm processors. The U and the H35 series were limited to quad-core designs, the Tiger Lake-H models bring that up to 6 and 8 cores.
The top model is the is the Core i9-11980HK, Intel’s first unlocked 10 nm processor. It has eight cores (16 threads) and runs at a 2.6 GHz base clock speed at 45W. It can go up to 3.3 GHz at 65W. Again, those are…
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