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Intel quad-core Tiger Lake 10nm processor exposure: TDP 5W

Intel quad-core Tiger Lake 10nm processor exposure: TDP 5W

By  Sigismondo Eisenhower 2019-08-01 323 0

A 10nm processor with a suspected quad-core Tiger Lake (TGL) was found in the UserBenchmark database. It should be noted that although this means Tiger Lake is expected to be available soon, the reliability of UserBenchmark remains to be seen. As the successor to Ice Lake (ICL) announced by Intel at the investor conference in May this year, we have not seen it yet.

Intel quad-core Tiger Lake 10nm processor  

 

Tiger Lake series CPU will adopt Intel 10nm process, integrate Willow Cove microprocessor architecture and Xe core display.

 

Ice Lake will use the 11th generation (Gen11) graphic unit, while Tiger Lake will be Gen12.

Intel quad-core Tiger Lake 10nm processor  

 

UserBenchmark information indicates that this is a quad-core Y-series chip that belongs to Intel's ultra-low power Tiger Lake product line.

 

From the Gen12 low-power graphics engine and LPDDR4x memory support, it should be aimed at thin and light ultrabook or 2-in-1 devices.

 

In addition, the unknown Tiger Lake Y processor features a quad-core/eight-thread design with a base operating frequency of 1.2GHz and a core frequency of 2.9GHz.

 

Intel quad-core Tiger Lake 10nm processor  

 

Interestingly, UserBenchmark pointed out that the performance of this Tiger Lake chip was suppressed by about 83%, suggesting that the subsequent frequency may be significantly increased.

 

Compared to the Coffee i series of Core i7-8559U quad-core processors, Tiger Lake Y's single-core / quad-core / multi-core workload performance is 4% / 2% / 8% behind the former.

 

However, if compared with competing products, it is still 24% and 26% faster than the single-core/quad-core performance of the AMD Ruilong 7 3750H. If you look at the comprehensive multi-core performance score, this TGL-Y chip is only about 1% behind.

 

Finally, there are reports that Tiger Lake will be limited to Y-series and U-series chips, with a maximum core count of four cores.


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