Intel Tiger Lake-H expected in first quarter of 2021

Published: 3rd Aug 2020, 07:05 GMT   Comments

Please note that this post is tagged as a rumor.

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Intel Tiger Lake-H in Q1 2021

On September 2nd Intel is set to unveil its Tiger Lake-U series, a successor to Ice Lake-U based on 10nm process technology. The new architecture will be the first to feature Willow Cove core design and Xe Graphics.

According to the new report from Compal (shared by @momomo_us), Intel is already planning a higher-end series called Tiger Lake-H in early 2021. This is not the first time we are hearing about these series, although it remains unclear if they are meant to replace Comet Lake-H, or rather serve as an alternative.

Intel also uses its Core H-Series for its Next Unit of Computing (NUC Mini-PCs), although leaked roadmaps indicate that the company is planning to stick to Coffee Lake-HR in 2021 for the higher-end NUCs, plans for Tiger Lake-U NUC Extreme successor are also outlined. The H-Series are nowhere to be seen on the roadmaps though.

More importantly, Intel Tiger Lake-H is expected to be an eight-core CPU design, a double of what Tiger Lake-U is expected to offer. Unlike the U-series which support LPDDR5, the Tiger Lake-H is rumored to only support DDR4 memory, which is not actually surprising. The series will also offer a higher TDP of 35W, while the U series is ‘only’ up to 28W.

The H-series would be Intel’s first 10nm high-end mobile platform.

Compal on Tiger Lake H, Source, @momomo_us

PTT_Shopping Sharkbay’s comments on Tiger Lake H, Source: PTT

Ultra-low-power APUs
VideoCardz.comIntel Tiger LakeIntel Ice LakeAMD Renoir
Fab. Node10nm10nm (~7B tran.)7nm (9.8B tran.)
Die Size146 mm2122 mm2156 mm2
Core DesignWillow CoveSunny CoveZen2
GPU ArchitectureGen12 (Xe)Gen11GCN 5.0 (Vega)
PCIe GenTBC3.04.0
Thunderbolt Gen4.03.03.0
Memory (up to)DDR4(H) / LPDDR5LPDDR4X-3733LPDDR4-4266 / DDR4-3200
CPU Core Variants8(H) / 4 / 24 / 28 / 6 / 4
GPU Core Variants384 / 512 / 640 / 768256 / 384 / 512384 / 448 / 512
TDP VariantsH (35W) / U (28/15W) / Y (9W)U (28/15W) / Y (9W)U (15W), H (45/35W), G (65W)

Intel Tiger Lake-U

On September 2nd Intel will announce its new mobile series featuring Tiger Lake-U architecture. The series will be divided into 11th Gen Core and Celeron 6000 series. The former will be offered with up to 28W TDP, similar to Ice Lake, although high TDP parts are often exclusive to Apple Macbooks. The Celeron series will be 15W, according to the report from momomo_us.

The specifications of the Tiger Lake U series remain unconfirmed for now, but this is what we know or expect to see next month from Intel:

Intel Core U-Series Processors
VideoCardz.comCores / ThreadsBase ClockTurbo ClockGPU ClockGPU CoresDefault TDP
Intel Tiger Lake-U
i7-1185G7
 
4C/8T
 
~3.0 GHz
 
~4.7 GHz
TBC
 
96
TBC
i7-1165G7
 
4C/8T
 
~2.8 GHz
 
~4.7 GHz
TBC
 
96
TBC
i5-1145G7
 
4C/8T
TBCTBCTBC
 
96
TBC
i5-1135G7
 
4C/8T
TBCTBCTBC
 
96
TBC
i3-1115G4
 
2C/4T
TBCTBCTBCTBCTBC
Intel Ice Lake-U
i7-1068NG7
 
4C/8T
 
2.3 GHz
 
4.1 GHz
 
1.1 GHz
 
64
 
28W
i7-1065G7
 
4C/8T
 
1.3 GHz
 
3.9 GHz
 
1.1 GHz
 
64
 
15W
i7-1060NG7
 
4C/8T
 
1.2 GHz
 
3.8 GHz
 
1.1 GHz
 
64
 
10W
i7-1060G7
 
4C/8T
 
1.0 GHz
 
3.8 GHz
 
1.1 GHz
 
64
 
9W
i7-1038NG7
 
4C/8T
 
2.0 GHz
 
3.8 GHz
 
1.05 GHz
 
64
 
28W
i7-1035G7
 
4C/8T
 
1.2 GHz
 
3.7 GHz
 
1.05 GHz
 
64
 
15W
i7-1035G4
 
4C/8T
 
1.1 GHz
 
3.7 GHz
 
1.05 GHz
 
48
 
15W
i7-1035G1
 
4C/8T
 
1.0 GHz
 
3.6 GHz
 
1.05 GHz
 
32
 
15W
i7-1030NG7
 
4C/8T
 
1.1 GHz
 
3.5 GHz
 
1.05 GHz
 
64
 
10W
i7-1030G7
 
4C/8T
 
0.8 GHz
 
3.5 GHz
 
1.05 GHz
 
64
 
9W
i7-1030G4
 
4C/8T
 
0.7 GHz
 
3.5 GHz
 
1.05 GHz
 
48
 
9W
i3-1005G1
 
2C/4T
 
1.2 GHz
 
3.4 GHz
 
0.9 GHz
 
32
 
15W
i3-1000NG4
 
2C/4T
 
1.1 GHz
 
3.2 GHz
 
0.9 GHz
 
48
 
9W
i3-1000G4
 
2C/4T
 
1.1 GHz
 
3.2 GHz
 
0.9 GHz
 
48
 
9W
i3-1000G1
 
2C/4T
 
1.1 GHz
 
3.2 GHz
 
0.9 GHz
 
32
 
9W

Intel Tiger Lake-U Block Diagrams, Source: @momomo_us

Source: Compal 2019 Annual Report (PDF) via @momomo_us (Tiger Lake H), @momomo_us (diagrams),




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