Mobile Intel Tiger Lake processors will be presented on September 2

Mobile Intel Tiger Lake processors will be presented on September 2


Intel has begun sending out invitations to reporters from around the world for the closed online event, which it is planning to hold on September 2 this year.

“We invite you to an event where Intel will talk about new opportunities for work and leisure”, – the text of the invitation says.

Obviously, the 11th generation of Tiger Lake series mobile processors is the only true guess about what Intel is going to present during this planned event.

Over the past months, rumors and leaks about them have very often appeared on the Web. It is known that they are created using a 10-nm third-generation technological process, improved relative to the process technology that is used in the 10th generation of Ice Lake processors. In addition, the new processors will receive a new graphics architecture of the 12th generation Intel Xeable to demonstrate a twofold increase in performance compared to the 11th generation of Intel graphics. Improvements are also expected in computing performance: they should be provided by the new Willow Cove microarchitecture.

New “blue” processors will have to compete with AMD mobile solutions manufactured using 7-nm standards. Against this background, many criticize Intel for the fact that it too delayed the release of 10-nm processors. And indeed, most of the chips of the current generation use the same, albeit slightly modified 14-nm process technology, which has been used by the company since the time of the Skylake family of processors. Only a part of Intel’s 10th generation processors, namely representatives of the U- and Y-series for mobile systems, use the 10-nm process technology.

Presumably with the release of Tiger Lake, Intel will finally abandon the use of the old process technology in mass mobile chips and will be able to offer corporate clients and ordinary users something truly new.

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