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Tiger Lake: Intel launches the 11th Core-i generation

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Intel officially presented the processors developed under the code name Tiger Lake as the eleventh Core-i generation. Notebooks equipped with this should be available in a few weeks.

Seven models are planned for launch: three Core i7s and two each Core i5 and Core i3. The i3 are dual cores, the rest of the processors are quad cores. Unlike in the past, there are no longer any nominal TDP specifications, but only TDP windows: Models with a 0 in front of the G in the type number should consume between 7 and 15 watts, depending on the system, whereas those with 5 in front of the G should consume between 12 and 28 watts. There is also no longer a guaranteed base clock – it also depends on the TDP that is set.

This may seem unusual, but takes into account the fact that particularly fast notebooks have already brought complex cooling systems with them and the processors used – whether from Intel or AMD – burned more than the nominal 15 watts.

Intel’s 11th Core i generation (Tiger Lake) for notebooks

model

Cores / threads

TDP

Base rate

Max. Turbo clock

Cache

Xe-Eus

Xe turbo clock

Core i7-1185G7

4/8

12 – 28W

1.2-3.0 GHz

4.8 GHz

12 Mbytes

96

1.35 GHz

Core i7-1165G7

4/8

12 – 28W

1.2 – 2.8 GHz

4.7 GHz

12 Mbytes

96

1.30 GHz

Core i7-1160G7

4/8

7 – 15 W.

0.9-2.1 GHz

4.4 GHz

12 Mbytes

96

1.10 GHz

Core i5-1135G7

4/8

12 – 28W

0.9 – 2.4 GHz

4.2 GHz

8 Mbytes

80

1.30 GHz

Core i5-1130G7

4/8

7 – 15 W.

0.8-1.8 GHz

4.0 GHz

8 Mbytes

80

1.10 GHz

Core i3-1115G4

2/4

12 – 28W

1.7-3.0 GHz

4.1 GHz

6 Mbytes

48

1.25 GHz

Core i3-1110G4

2/4

7 – 15 W.

1.5-2.5 GHz

3.9 GHz

6 Mbytes

48

1.10 GHz

A number of general technical innovations of the Tiger Lake processors such as the Willow Cove cores and the integrated Xe GPU were revealed by Intel a few weeks ago.