It is almost certain that Intel will launch a 10nm mobile version of the Tiger Lake-H series of high-performance processors in the first half of next year, bringing the 10nm process to its game book for the first time, with the same basic architecture as the Tiger Lake-U series for thin and thin versions, and of course the specifications are much higher.
Today, Tiger Lake-H appeared for the first time in the GeekBench 5 database, except that the “Core i7-11370H” model is a bit strangely named, because the i7 sequence numbers in the game book are now 8xx, 7xx, i5 sequence only 3xx.
In terms of specifications, the i7-11370H is recognized as a 4 core 8 thread, with a reference frequency of 3.3GHz, a maximum acceleration of 4.8GHz, and an integrated 5MB secondary cache and a 12MB triple cache.
Tiger Lake-H will have 35W, 45W versions, up to 4 cores, 8 cores, nuclear display is also very different, the former 96 units full of blood, the latter only 32 units, believed to be out of control power heating considerations, and the more high-end models, the lower the demand for nuclear display.
GeekBench 5 runs into single-core 1420, multi-core 4964 – Apple’s self-developed M1 can run to single-core 1700, multi-core 6800 or more.
Of course, GeekBench has always been unfriendly to the x86 architecture, and apple M1 can be destroyed even by the Core i9.