Game enthusiasts, creative professionals, and business professionals on Tuesday got their hands on the latest generation of Intel H-series mobile processors, which is called “Tiger Lake-H” (or, “Tiger Mountain-H” for the enthusiast community). According to Intel, the Intel Core i9-11980HK has the greatest performance among laptops, and is capable of running at speeds of up to 5.0 gigahertz (GHz).
“These new H-series processors are an exciting extension of our 11th Gen mobile family with double-digit single-core and multi-core performance improvements, leading gameplay, direct-attached storage, and 20 PCIe 4.0 lanes for true enthusiast-level platform bandwidth,” Chris Walker, Intel corporate VP and GM of the Mobile Client Platforms Group, said in a statement.
From the 11th Gen Intel Core H-series to the 11th Gen Intel H-series, the H-series processors, which use 10 nanometre process technology with four different manufacturing processes (SuperFin), feature up to eight cores and sixteen threads, as well as single and dual-core turbo performance of up to 5.0GHz.
The graphics card and the central processor unit (CPU) both have high-speed GDDR6 memory attached, which enables the CPU to access it directly and allow it to deliver quicker framerates with lower latency and greater texture loading capability.
For an increased percentage of the processor’s PCIe bandwidth, the processor’s interface gives 2.5 times the total available PCIe bandwidth to the CPU, as compared to the 10th Gen H-series CPUs, and three times the total available PCIe bandwidth when compared to other industry CPUs.
The firm also introduced new Intel vPro H-series processors — including the eight-core and 16-thread Intel Core i9-11950H and the Intel Xeon W-11000 series mobile processors — to go along with these new chips.
The platform is built on the 11th Gen Intel vPro architecture, and it offers a comprehensive array of hardware-based security and phenomenal performance, along with formidable computing experiences for professionals.