Tiger Lake is Intel’s upcoming line of processors, and at its 2020 Architecture Day, the company made some bold claims about the performance gains in this latest generation. Intel says Tiger Lake has a “greater than generational improvement” in performance over its predecessor, Ice Lake, resulting in the “largest single intranode enhancement in its history” and “performance improvement comparable to a full node transition.” In other words, Tiger Lake won’t be your average generational update. You don’t need to know what an “intranode enhancement” is to hear Intel’s ambitions. For an industry as slow and iterative as processor design, a claim like that is enough to make you sit up and listen. How’d Intel pull it off? Well, the company took aside an entire day to explain the engineering behind just how big of a leap forward this really is. Refining transistors, not adding more The most common way of increasing processor performance is a “node transition,” as Intel refers to in its audacious claims. Shrinking the die from 14nm to 10nm, for example, allows for more transistors — and more potential performance. Intel has infamously struggled with these transitions lately, falling behind the competition. Even having finally moved partially… Read full this story
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