While the hardware world is waiting for the Tiger Lake-H family with high core numbers from Intel, the semiconductor manufacturer is preparing to refine the existing chips.
If we look at the latest chips, Intel plans to speed up the 4 Willow Cove mobile processors a little more before their brothers arrive.
Tiger Lake-H35 processors accelerating before Tiger Lake-H arrived
Scheduled for the end of this year, Core i7-11390H and Core i5-11320H stand out with increased base / peak frequency compared to existing solutions. Increments of 100 MHz in the base frequency and 300 MHz in the peak frequency (all core) move the Core i7-11390H from 3.3-4.3 GHz range of the i7-11375H to 3.4-4.6 GHz range, while the core i5-11320H has a 3.2- It enabled it to operate in the 4.3 GHz range.
In the i7-1195G7, which is positioned in the Tiger Lake-UP3 family with a thermal design power in the range of 12-28 watts, a 100 MHz decrease in the base frequency draws attention, but an improvement is expected in the integrated graphics unit as well as the peak frequency reached with all cores.