Before Tiger Lake-H processors with 45 watts TDP and high core count, Intel is preparing to offer models that it will position in the middle-upper segment.
Low power consumption oriented options of Tiger Lake solutions that come with Willow Cove cores have been in the market for a while. While users are waiting for Tiger Lake-H, intermediate models come from the blue team.
Tiger Lake-H35 is coming
The Core i7-11370H and Core i5-11300H 2 new Tiger Lake-H35 instances that appeared on Geekbench. The chips, which are the higher frequency versions of the existing Tiger Lake-U solutions, which are only 15 watts increased from TDP to 35 watts, are in 4/8 configuration.
In this respect, we should not confuse the new 2 processors with the 8-core Tiger Lake-H processors, which are the main competitors of AMD’s Cezanne APUs. On the other hand, the Core i7-11370H managed to get 1572 points in a single core and 5065 points in a multi-core while operating in the 3.3 / 4.8 GHz range.
The model is positioned ahead of the Ryzen 9 5900HX’s single core scores revealed so far. In addition to the 400 MHz boost frequency disadvantage, and the L3 cache dropped from 12 MB to 8 MB, the Core i5-11300H is seen to be a few steps behind its brother.