11th Gen Intel Core H-Series Processors
At CES 2020, Intel announced the expansion of its Tiger Lake processor line. This time, the H35 series of processors has been added to the line, the chip is designed for gaming laptops. The company's developers have managed to achieve a balance between chip size and performance.

The new series has a TDP of only 35 watts. This figure increases the performance of processors while maintaining their mobility. With their help, ultraportable gaming laptops can be created, with displays of 14-15 inches and a body thickness of just over 1.5 millimeters.

At the same time, such devices will be able to boast a frame rate of 70 FPS and support for 1080p resolution. To achieve this performance, laptops will need next-generation discrete cards such as the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3000, which will debut at CES 2021 on January 13, 2021.
  • Intel Core i7-11375H Special Edition
  • Intel Core i7-11370H
  • Intel Core i5-11300H

All of them support 5.0 GHz in overclocking mode. Compared to the 15-watt Tiger Lake models, the new processors are 9 percent faster in single-threaded mode. In multi-threaded mode, performance increased by 40 percent.

In addition, all processors will receive 4 buses of PCIe 4.0 format, which will allow connecting discrete video memory, as well as support for Resize BAR technology. Even new processors will be able to support Thunderbolt 4 technology and Wi-Fi 6 / 6E. In the first two quarters of 2021, Intel partners will launch over 40 laptop models with the new chips.

Source: IGN


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