Intel’s 11th-generation Core will be divided into three steps, Tiger Lake-U’s lightweight series is already on the way, rocket Lake-S desktop series will be available next year, and Tiger Lake-H for game book is expected to be in the first half of next year. At present, the Comet Lake-H 10th generation Core on the game book is still 14nm craft, up to 8 core 16 threads, and the next Tiger Lake-H will bring the game book 10nm process for the first time, of course, the supporting chipset is a separate, 14nm process.
It has previously been reported that Tiger Lake-H will be divided into 35W, 45W two versions, the former up to 4 core 8 threads, the latter up to 8 core 16 threads, and integrate up to 32 EU execution units of Xe GPU architecture core graphics card.
According to the latest exact information, Tiger Lake-H does introduce 10nm Willow Cove CPU architecture cores, up to 8 cores of 16 threads, and a third-level cache of up to 24MB.
The Xe LP architecture’s core graphics card is up to 32 execution units capable of outputing HDR Ultra HD video in 8K60 sizes and supporting four-screen output, dual DP 1.4b, and AV1 dual encoders.
The memory side supports the DDR4-3200, with a maximum capacity of 128GB.
The extension supports PCIe 4.0, which has 20 channels, 24 chipsets, a total of 34, and up to 4 Thunderbolt 4 interfaces, Wi-Fi 6.
AMD is expected to release the Ryzen 5000U and Ryzen 5000H series at CES 2021 early next year, introducing a new Zen 3 architecture.