Intel announces mobile tiger lake-refresh

Intel announces mobile tiger lake-refresh

About preparations Tiger lake-refresh We know a little over a month. To give you a better idea of ​​the situation: Intel first released 28W quad-core models Tiger lake, It is then supplemented by a 35W quad core and more recently by the Octa core in May 45W (+). Meanwhile, they have already prepared a refresh of the first line, ie 28W Quad. These are the two models you will find in the table in a combination of yellow lines and bold model names, namely Core i7-1195G7 and Core i5-1155G7. It should be added that the originally expected parameters have changed slightly:

Corner Corner
Fiber.
rate L 3 GPU
(ME)
GPU
GHz
TDP cost
i9-11980HK 8/16 2,6 / 5.0 GHz 24 MB 32 1,45 45W + $ 583
i9-11950H 8/16 2,6 / 5.0 GHz 24 MB 32 1,45 45W $ 556
i9-11900H 8/16 2,5 / 4,9 GHz 24 MB 32 1,45 45W $ 546
i7-11850H 8/16 2,5 / 4,8 GHz 24 MB 32 1,45 45W $ 395
i7-11800H 8/16 2,3 / 4,6 GHz 24 MB 32 1,45 45W $ 395
i5-11500H 6/12 2,9 / 4,6 GHz 12 MB 32 1,45 45W $ 250
i5-11400H 6/12 2,7 / 4,5 GHz 12 MB 32 1,45 45W $ 250
i5-11260H 6/12 2,6 / 4,4 GHz 12 MB 32 1,40 45W $ 250
i7-11390H 4/8 3,4 / 5,000 GHz 12 MB ९ ६ The (24) 35 W The
i7-11375H 4/8 3,3 / 5.0 GHz 12 MB ९ ६ 1,35 (24) 35 W $ 42
i7-11370H 4/8 3,3 / 4,6 GHz 12 MB ९ ६ 1,35 (24) 35 W $ 624
i7-1195G7 4/8 2,9 / 5,0 GHz 12 MB ९ ६ 1,40 (12) 24W The
i7-1185G7 4/8 3,0 / 4,8 GHz 12 MB ९ ६ 1,35 (12) 24W $ 624
i7-1180G7 4/8 2,2 / 4,6 GHz 12 MB ९ ६ 1,10 (4) 15 W $ 624
i7-1068G7 4/8 2,3 / 4,1 GHz 8 MB 64 1,10 28 W The
i7-1165G7 4/8 2,8 / 4,7 GHz 12 MB ९ ६ 1,30 (12) 24W $ 624
i7-1065G7 4/8 1,3 / 3,9 GHz 8 MB 64 1,10 15 (25) W $ 624
i5-1155G7 4/8 2,5 / 4,5 GHz 8 MB 80 1,35 (12) 24W The
i5-1145G7 4/8 2,6 / 4,4 GHz 8 MB 80 1,30 (12) 24W $ 309
i5-1140G7 4/8 1,8 / 4,2 GHz 8 MB 80 1,10 (4) 15 W $ 309
i5-11320H 4/8 3,2 / 4,5 GHz 8 MB The The (24) 35 W The
i5-11300H 4/8 3,1 / 4,4 GHz 8 MB 80 1,30 (24) 35 W $ 309
i5-1135G7 4/8 2,4 / 4,2 GHz 8 MB 80 1,30 (12) 24W $ 309
i5-1035G7 4/8 1,2 / 3,7 GHz 6 MB 64 1,05 15 (25) W $ 320
i5-1035G4 4/8 1,1 / 3,7 GHz 6 MB 48 1,05 15 (25) W
$ 309
i5-1035G1 4/8 1,0 / 3,6 GHz 6 MB 32 1,05 15 (25) W $ 297
i3-1125G4 4/8 2,0 / 3,7 GHz 8 MB 48 1,25 (12) 24W $ 281
i3-1115G4 2/4 3.0 / 4.1 GHz 6 MB 48 1,25 (12) 24W $ 281
i3-1005G1 2/4 1,2 / 3,4 GHz 4 MB 32 0,90 15 (25) W
$ 281
i7-1160G7 4/8 1,2 / 4,4 GHz 12 MB ९ ६ 1,20 (4) 15 W $ 624
i7-1060G7 4/8 1,0 / 3,8 GHz 8 MB 64 1,10 9 (12) w)
The
i5-1130G7 4/8 1,1 / 4,0 GHz 8 MB 80 1,10 (4) 15 W $ 309
i5-1030G7 4/8 0,8 / 3,5 GHz 6 MB 64 1,05 9 (12) w) The
i5-1030G4 4/8 0,7 / 3,5 GHz 6 MB 48 1,05 9 (12) w) The
i3-1120G4 4/8 1,1 / 3,5 GHz 8 MB 48 1,10 (4) 15 W $ 281
i3-1110G4 2/4 1,8 / 3,9 GHz 6 MB 48 1,10 (4) 15 W $ 281
i3-1000G4 2/4 1,1 / 3,2 GHz 4 MB 48 0,90 9 (12) w) The
i3-1000G1 2/4 1,1 / 3,2 GHz 4 MB 32 0,90 9 (12) w) The
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Compared to last autumn models, they have (surprisingly) less than 100 MHz original clock, but an increase over 100–200 MHz. The all-core boost increased to 300 MHz: 4.0-> 4.3 GHz for the Core i5 and 4.3-> 4.6 GHz for the Core i7. Remember that all-core boost is not guaranteed in any way, it cannot be achieved and the value of TDP (PL1) reported by Intel refers to the load on the original clock.

When it comes to consumption, it becomes a rule that Intel compares its products with AMD products with significantly higher TDPs with significantly lower TDPs. These graphs are no exception. The numbers for the AMD processor come from the Ryzen 7 5800U in the HP Probook 455 G8, which it uses according to the LaptopMedia database. Processor configured for 15 watts. In contrast, the Core i7-1195G7 is a 28W model and with more detailed specifications on the Intel website, it can be read that it had the so-called dynamic tuning technology enabled at 35 watts. This means that when laptop standalone graphics are not busy, the TDP (PL1) of the processor can increase to 35 watts. We don’t know the limits of PL2, but for the quad-core Tiger lake It is usually set to 55–64 watts (depending on the notebook model) and it can be assumed that the situation here will not be different. Even if we compare pure TDP, it is 2.3 times more in the case of Intel.

but that’s not all. In the graph’s caption, it can be seen that Intel tests the CrossMark and SysMark tests. In both cases, it is Intel’s software co-installed and sponsored by BAPCo, which has been the subject of several scams.

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Although other brands, including AMD, have joined BAPCo since its inception, they have found that after the release of several other versions of SysMark, unlike Intel, they have no effect on the size of the tests. In 2011, AMD, Nvidia and VIA left BAPCo to publicly show that BAPCo is Intel’s One Man Show. AMD’s senior vice president Nigel Dessau said the current SysMark will test approximately 390, but only 7 of them are relevant to the final score, and neither AMD nor other members of BAPCo have the power to change anything. As another example, he mentioned that although the half-cheaper AMD set provides only 7% lower performance (longer processing time) than the Intel set, the resulting score is calculated so that the Intel set scores 40% higher Be received.

The second slide no longer tests BAPCo, but it does not change the fact that it compares an Intel processor with a set of 35W TDP to an AMD processor with a set of 15W TDP.

Thus, with 2.3 times higher TDP (regardless of PL2 limit), it achieves 1.8 times higher performance on average. Of course, Intel can compare its processor of 35 watts with a 35 watt AMD processor at the factory (eg Ryzen 7 5800 HS, Ryzen 9 5900 HS), but the graphs certainly won’t sound as good.

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