At CES 2020, Intel officially announced the next generation of mobile processors codenamed “Tiger Lake”, now the successor to Ice Lake, with a further enhanced 10nm plus process (also known as 10nm? that it is redefining the mobile platform). Tiger Lake is primarily targeted at the light and thin field, i.e. the low-power U-Series, the ultra-low-power Y-Series, the CPU part is the new architecture Willow Cove, with double-digit performance improvements (more than 10%), and the GPU core display with the new Xe architecture, which is the same as the DG1 discrete graphics card. The game is smoother.
Ice Lake has natively integrated Thunderbolt 3 with bandwidths up to 40Gbps, Tiger Lake will integrate the next generation Thunderbolt 4, 40Gbps, four times the bandwidth of USB 3.1 – the first time Thunderbolt 4 has been publicly mentioned, More details were not immediately available.
AI performance will also be significantly improved, including DL Boost Deep Learning Acceleration, Xe GPU Architecture Assistance, Low Power Accelerator, and actual demonstration of image noise reduction in the field, which can be sharpandly blurred in a very short time.
The following image is a live shot of the Tiger Lake processor and motherboard, in which there are still two Dies on the processor, the processor body, the smallest PCH chipset, and the motherboard is intel’s smallest yet.
Tiger Lake will be released later this year.