Intel began telling its Tiger Lake story last week at its Architecture Day 2020 , but today it shared more details of the upcoming chips at Hot Chips 2020. That includes the first picture of a quad-core Tiger Lake die, and more information on its enhanced ring bus interconnect between the cores. This new design will be key for Intel as it looks to wrest the performance and power consumption advantage in mobile laptops from AMD’s potent Ryzen 4000 Renoir processors. As a quick refresher, the Tiger Lake processors mark the debut of Intel’s 10nm SuperFin transistors. Intel bills these optimized transistors, which are an iteration of the existing 10nm, as delivering the performance improvement typically expected of a new node. Highlights include roughly 15-20% performance improvements at the same voltages/clocks in some areas, and much higher peak clock speeds – likely in the range of 5GHz for mobile parts. You can learn all about those new advances here . Intel pairs those optimized transistors with new Willow Cove cores, increased cache capacities, tuning for high speed, Intel’s Xe LP graphics (which deliver up to twice the performance of previous-gen Intel iGPUs), and support for up to LPPDR5-5400 memory and… Read full this story
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