After a stopover with square models at increased power - Is the generationTiger lake Will you soon be ready to provide up-to-date direct competition even for AMD's most advanced laptop processors?
Intel has enriched its supply of 11th-generation laptop processors with the launch of quad-core versions with increased power earlier this year, as a fitting solution for slim and light gaming machines - but at the same time took care to clarify that more traditional H models with a larger power shell More and a larger amount of processing cores are also in the planning for the rest of the year. Now it seems we have first details for them, Thanks to a diligent Twitter leaker Which has already proven itself on a number of different occasions in the past.
According to the operators of the account called momomo_us, Intel is preparing an expansion of the popular Tiger Lake family with three models with eight processing cores, and at least one processor with six processing cores - starting with theCore i9-11980HK which will probably also include an open frequency multiplier for more significant speed potential, via theCore i9-11900H andCore i7-11800H which is probably designed to network theCore i7-10750H Hexagon commonly used today, up toCore i5-11400H which will be the one and only in the composition with six cores.
These new models may become official towards the middle of 2021, when some already estimate that the famous Computex show in June will be the appropriate stage for such an event - and Intel has already promised us support for the technology Thunderbolt 4, Enhanced Wi-Fi 6E connectivity support, 20 PCI-Express 4.0 arteries that could enable theoretical use of a pair of drives storage High-speed parallel generation and also high operating frequencies of up to 5GHz for more than one core in the leading models.
These are certainly intriguing promises that will undoubtedly lead to the launch of another wave of advanced gaming mobiles, but we would not be surprised if alongside the leap the technology is forced to absorb a certain jump in pricing as well - given that current quadruple H models are officially priced at more than $ 400Core Future i9s could land above the $ 600 mark, respectively.
Will all this be enough to challenge the latest octagonal Ryzen 9 and Ryzen 7 processors from home AMD, Which already star in a large part of the most prominent and coveted gaming computers? It sure will not be easy - and it certainly seems that we are on the right track to the biggest competition seen in the field of mobile processors, perhaps ever.