Intel Tiger Lake-U Small Test Bull Knife: Nuclear Performance Super Vega 8

At the CES 2020 show earlier this year, Intel officially announced the next generation of mobile platform, codenamed Tiger Lake, which will be officially released later this year and will be included in the 11th-generation Core series without incident. Tiger Lake will be manufactured with an upgraded 10nm process, expected to integrate the new Willow Cove CPU architecture, Gen12 Xe GPU architecture, claiming a performance improvement of more than 10%, and native support for Thunderbolt 4, significantly improving AI performance.

Recently, the Tiger Lake-U engineering film (ES) appeared in 3D Mark, identified as 4 core 8 threads, the base frequency 2.7GHz, the turbo frequency 2.8GHz, with 8GB LPDDR4x memory, the nuclear display size of 96 EU, TDP thermal design power consumption of 28W.

There are netizens to take it and the database of rye 9 4900HS comparison, CPU (physical score) difference is more, after all, 4900HS is 8 core. However, the integrated GPU aspect is actually the intel nuclear chess is a high point, leading the Vega8 range of 10%.

In fact, the Gen 12 Xe itself has dramatically redesigned the infrastructure, and it has grown to 96 EU sizes.

Tiger Lake-U is expected to meet at the end of this year or early next year.

Intel Tiger Lake-U Small Test Bull Knife: Nuclear Performance Super Vega 8