Intel’s processors, which stand out with the high number of cores to replace Comet Lake-H, have been removed. The firm seems to be focusing on 8 core processors.
The laptops with Tiger Lake-H35 processors, which the Mavi team introduced at CES 2021, have just started to appear on the shelves. However, the eyes of users are on Tiger Lake-H, which is the real answer to AMD.
Tiger Lake-H solutions, which will come with a 45 watt TDP budget, come in 6-8 core configurations and will also operate at higher frequencies compared to the existing Tiger Lake-H35 family.
10 nm processors that Intel will target the Ryzen 9 5900H and Ryzen 7 5800H will become the standard for high-end gaming laptops in the coming period.
While at least 2 cores are expected to increase to 5 GHz in the Core i9-11980K, the new processor family will also provide plenty of connection channels. In the chips that will provide a total of 20 PCIe 4.0 channels, 4 channels will be reserved for NVMe SSD.
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