Update: We have published updated specifications in this post.
Intel Tiger Lake-H Specifications
11th Gen Core TGL-H gets full specs listed ahead of launch.
A datasheet of a new laptop device featuring the upcoming Tiger Lake-H series has been spotted by @momomo_us. The device that has leaked is a special rugged mobile workstation from DT Research (LT375). This system is more of a desktop replacement than a notebook, it features a high-end discrete GPU such as GeForce RTX 30 or Quadro RTX 5000 and a 17-inch display with 1000 nits brightness. It is meant to be powerful in the field.
The new base frequencies that have leaked are a lot lower than previously rumored. The Core i9-11900H would get a 2.1 GHz base clock instead of 2.5 GHz, i7-11800H would allegedly boost to 1.9 GHz instead of 2.4 GHz and finally, Core i5-10400H would be clocked at 2.2 GHz instead of the previously reported 2.7 GHz. The boost clocks, on the other hand, appear to be identical.
It is possible that the listed specs are preliminary and they will change as we approach the launch, but so far we have not heard anything official about the launch date.
Intel did however confirm that the series will be coming soon with up to 8-cores and 16-threads. The new series will feature a new 10nm Willow Cove core architecture expected to provide a significant upgrade over the 14nm Comet Lake-H (aka Skylake) series. So far Intel had only released 4-core variants for ultra-low power devices (Tiger Lake-U) and for a new portable gaming machine class of notebooks (Tiger Lake-H35).
Intel Tiger Lake-H in late Q2
What do we know about the launch date of Tiger Lake-H? Well, not much. Laptop makers such as Schenker confirmed earlier that they expect gaming laptops with high-end Tiger Lake to debut in late Q2. At CES 2021, Intel had only mentioned that Tiger Lake-H is coming soon. It is quite likely that we will be seeing new laptops at Computex though or at least around that time if something happens to the expo.
PCI Gen 4.0
The company also confirmed that their latest CPU mobile series will offer up to 8 cores and 16-threads with full PCI Gen4.0 support across 20 lanes. This will allow a high-speed and simultaneous PCIe connection to both the GPU and storage. This is a clear advantage over AMD Zen3 (Ryzen 5000H) series which are limited to PCI Gen3.
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