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Intel has officially presented the latest 11th generation of its processors in the form of nine different models from 7 to 15W especially for (ultra) notebooks. Notebooks equipped with CPUs named Tiger Lake will be available in the next few weeks. The new processors have significantly higher boost clock rates than the previous models and the integrated Iris Xe graphics and interfaces have also been significantly upgraded. However, Intel has only revealed a few technical details and only published selected benchmarks - independent tests that would allow a realistic assessment of the performance of the new processors are still pending.
Intel&s range includes four i3, two i5 and three i7 models - the i7 versions have 4 cores and 8 threads, 96 graphics units (which corresponds to 768 shaders) and a cache of 12MB, the i5 versions have just as many Cores and 80 Xe-Eus, the i3s have 2 cores / 4 threads and 48 Xe units. The TDP information now covers a range for each model and no longer has a fixed value because Intel wants to give manufacturers the option of adapting the performance to the respective design of a notebook model and its cooling options. The new SuperFin production in 10 nm enables a 20% increase in clock rates with the same power consumption up to 4.8 GHz.
Intel’s new Xe graphics processor
The new Xe-GPU graphics processor is to double the 3D performance compared to the previous model and can now address up to four external displays with resolutions of up to 8K at 60 Hz refresh rate via DisplayPort 1.4 and HDMI 2.0b. DisplayPort signals are output in DP-Alt mode via USB and also via Thunderbolt.
The hardware decoding of the open source AV1 codec and improved encoding of H.265 via Quicksync, which should lead to a significant acceleration of the compression of 4K60 and 8K30, are integrated in the graphics processor. The new GPU also supports the www.slashcam.de/artikel/Grundlagen/Farbraeume-und-was-sie-fuer-den-Filmer-bedeuten--Der-Rec--2020-Farbraum---Relevanz- für-die-Praxis - 63-.html (Rec. 2020 color space) with 12-bit and HDR10. A new hardware unit for deep learning algorithms is called Deep Learning Boost.
Interfaces: Thunderbolt 4 and USB 4
The new CPUs and their controllers finally support (as the first notebook SoCs) PCIe 4.0 as well as the new www.slashcam.de/news/single/Intel--Thunderbolt-4-soll-Alleskoenner-Standard-wer -15962.html (all-rounder standard Thunderbolt 4) and - quasi as a subset - also www.slashcam.de/news/single/USB-4--neuer-DisplayPort-Alt-Mode-2-0- can -16K-15791.html (USB 4). Laptops can be charged with up to 100W via Thunderbolt
Intel Evo platform
Intel has also announced a new generation of its Athena project, Intel Evo. Notebooks with this name with i5 / i7 CPUs of the 11th generation should meet a number of minimum requirements, such as a 12 "-15" touch display with at least 1080p resolution and thin bezels; have a running time of at least 9 hours with 1080p displays or 7 hours with UltraHD displays; wake up from sleep in less than 1 second; Thunderbolt 4, Wi-Fi 6 and premium audio, webcam and display and can recharge their batteries in less than 30 minutes for at least 4 hours of operation (with 1080p display).
Several notebook manufacturers such as Acer, Asus, Dell and MSI have already announced models with the new Intel Tiger Lake processor, which will come onto the market in the next few weeks and months, with over 50 units expected for Christmas.