Intel Tiger Lake H35: laptop CPUs clock up to 5GHz!

Tiger Lake H35: Intel is faster with new CPUs with less power consumption. AND: CPUs work with Thunderbolt 4 and PCI Express 4.0 components if needed.

sStress on powerful processors in ultra-compact laptops? This is often accompanied by mutant fans that force the CPUs to breathe and thus save them from severe heat death. In addition, the power supply unit must be attached to the notebook, because powerful laptop batteries often drain very quickly – so the socket should always be within reach. Is that over now? With the new Tiger Lake H35 series processors, the manufacturer Intel wants to offer processors that are both powerful and economical. COMPUTER BILD has all the details.

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Intel Tiger Lake H35: from the ground up

Core i7-11375H Special Edition

The top model for Intel’s new H35 series Tiger Lake series is Core i7-11375H Special Edition. The technical data is not surprising at first: the 11375H is a quad-core, allowing the operating system to use hyperthreading technology to trick the operating system into up to eight compute units for better distribution of tasks. Quadrant clocks with lowest power loss (cTDP Down; 28W) with 3.0GHz, with highest power loss (cTDP Up; 35W) with 3.3GHz. In turbo boost mode, all four cores can operate at up to 4.3GHz, one core at a maximum of 4.8GHz and one core even with up to 5GHz. That’s a lot of hell, if not to the same extent, like the Core i9 and Core i7 models of Comet Lake H processors, which go past the 5GHz mark. With permission, it breaks the boundaries of energy loss and thus requires intense cooling in order not to burn.

Core i7-11370H

The Core i7-11370H below is completely identical to the Core i7-11375H Special Edition above. It also contains four cores, 12MB of cache (level 3 cache) and can work with DDR4 (maximum clock: 3200MHz) or LPDDR4x memory (maximum clock: 4267MHz). The difference: the Turbo Boost clock frequency is closed to a single core at 4.8 GHz.

Core i5-11300H

The smallest CPU currently in the Tiger Lake H35 series is the mid-range Core i5-11300H. It can also distribute tasks across four physical cores, using hyperthreading technology to eight virtual processing units. Quadrant clocks with the least energy loss (cTDP Down; 28W) with 2.6GHz, with the largest power loss (cTDP Up; 35W) with 3.1GHz. All four cores can operate at up to 4.0 GHz via Turbo Boost mode, one core and one core at a maximum of 4.4 GHz. The smaller Core i5 holds the same RAM as the larger Core i7 CPUs, but the Level 3 cache is slightly smaller at eight MB.

Healer

Kern / twine

Core stroke

Turbo tactic

cache

Graphics slide

TDP

i7-1185G7

4/8

3.0 GHz

4,8 GHz

12 MB

Iris XE (96 EU)

28 watts

i7-1165G7

4/8

2.8 GHz

4,7 GHz

12 MB

Iris XE (96 EU)

28 watts

i7-1160G7

4/8

1,2 GHz

4,4 GHz

12 MB

Iris XE (96 EU)

15 watts

i5-1135G7

4/8

2.5 GHz

4,2 GHz

8 MB

Iris XE (80 EU)

28 watts

i5-1130G7

2/4

1.1 GHz

4.0 GHz

8 MB

Iris XE (80 EU)

15 watts

i3-1125G4

4/8

2.0 GHz

3,7 GHz

8 MB

Iris XE (48 EU)

28 watts

I3-1120G4 processor

4/8

1.1 GHz

3.5 GHz

8 MB

Iris XE (48 EU)

15 watts

i3-1115G4

2/4

3.0 GHz

4,1 GHz

6 MB

Iris XE (48 EU)

28 watts

i3-1110G4

2/4

1.8 GHz

3.9 GHz

6 MB

Iris XE (48 EU)

15 watts

PCI-Express-4.0

Thunderbolt 4 port

Also good: Tiger Lake H35 CPUs are the first laptops to work with the new Thunderbolt 4 connectivity. Thunderbolt 4 is mainly based on the upcoming USB 4 release, which manufacturers are allowed to offer in various expansion phases: optionally with a maximum speed of 20Gbps or up to 40Gbps, with charging functionality and / or with display port technology or connectivity the network. But even though USB 4 never combines all of the above functions, Thunderbolt 4 always has it. And unlike USB 4, Thunderbolt 4 allows data to be transferred over the PCI Express bus via the connection socket. This is important for external graphic cards, for example.

Wi-Fi 6E

Additionally, laptops with Tiger CPUs from Intel Tiger Lake H35 are said to be among the first laptops that manufacturers can equip with the new WiFi 6E standard. The “extended” version of Wi-Fi 6 (WLAN-ax) should ensure higher speed and better WLAN management for compatible devices. Wi-Fi 6E also uses the 6GHz band for WLAN transmissions for the first time, thus dampening other WLAN frequencies. The 2.4 and 5 GHz bands that have been used so far are more and more clogged with devices slowing each other.

Intel Tiger Lake H35: availability

Intel sees Tiger Lake H35 CPUs as the main application in ultra-compact laptops or so-called innovative laptops – laptops for Youtubers, graphic designers or architects. Intel talks about hardware in 14 or 15 inch format with a maximum height of 16mm. That would be very compact for laptops in this performance class. According to Intel, laptops with Intel Tiger Lake H35 processors will be available from manufacturers such as Acer, Asus, Dell, HP, Lenovo, MSI and Vaio in the first quarter of 2021.

Frank Mccarthy

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