At the CES conference earlier this year, Intel first unveiled Tiger Lake, the next generation of low-power mobile platforms, and said it would release them later this year, but not long ago, Intel revealed that Tiger Lake would be released earlier this year. Now in June, Intel is about to make good on its promise, withmedia receiving a mysterious gift from Intel, a bag of flowers.
The flower is called “Tiger’s Roar”, the surface meaning tiger roar, in fact, is the Tiger Lily, the big name roll Dan, as well as inverted lotus, medicinal lily, yellow lily, Yixing lily and other aliases, a precious ornamental flower, summer ornamental flowers, autumn edible bulbs, containing a lot of starch and protein, is also a valuable Chinese medicine.
Intel also sent an Intel-themed blue flowerpot and wrote a short letter on the card:
Summer is coming, and our next-generation mobile processors are coming, codenamed Tiger Lake.
The past few months have been unique and unprecedented. We hope these tiger-skin lilies will light up your world. Plant it, or give it to a friend, and our life always needs a little more motivation.
That’s to say, Tiger Lake will be released soon!
According to the previous information, Tiger Lake will adopt an enhanced version of the 10nm plus process, integrate the new Willow Cove CPU architecture, Xe GPU architecture, and greatly enhance AI capabilities, the product sequence will be classified as the 11th generation Core, known models i7-1185G7, i7-1165G7 and so on, up to 5GHz.
The Rocket Lake-S on the desktop will also be assigned to the 11th generation Core family, which is still 14nm process, but everything else is new, including The Willow Cove CPU Architecture, the Xe GPU Architecture, PCIe 4.0, USB 3.2, Thunderbolt 4 (USB4 compatible) and more.