Intel 11th Gen 10nm Tiger Lake for Laptops Launched.

At CES 2020, Intel previewed upcoming mobile PC processors code-named “Tiger Lake.” Tiger Lake’s new capabilities, built on Intel’s 10nm+ process and integrated with new Intel Xe graphics architecture, are expected to deliver massive gains over 10th Gen Intel Core processors. First systems are expected to ship this year. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Intel has just launched its new 11 Gen Tiger Lake CPUs. Intel new 11 Gen chips are made on a new 10nm (10 nanometers). These chips are made for laptops, these are twice powerful in comparison with the previous-gen are made for ultramobile machines.

The new ultramobile machines aks the new laptop is going to be more powerful and that means higher frame rates in gaming that can be equivalent to AMD and Nvidia’s powered notebook. Intel new 11 Gen serious chips Tiger Lake are powered by Intel Xe GPU. With the new Tiger Lake CPUs laptop, you can game in full HD 1080p in a high refers rate in very thin laptops. Intel claims that it the new Tiger Lake CPUs certainly rise above all the imitators.

Intel 11th Gen chips are the first to launch 10nm CPUs. The new tiger Lake chips are based on SuperFin process tech, the new Willow Cove CPU core, and the new Intel Xe GPU silicon.

In the game testing with AMD Ryzen 7 4800U Devise, the new Intels 11th Gen Xe-powered laptop. Both systems are running on Nvidia MX350. Both systems are running Gears Tactics and GRID. The results are in favor of Intel. The new 11th gen Tiger Lake system almost hitting 60 fps at 1080p, and sometimes twice the playable frame rates of either the Nvidia discrete graphics card or the GPU inside the latest AMD APU.

Hitting playable frame rates in the modern title games at 1080p with the onboard graphics is impressive. Despite that Intel claims a few caveats to this bold performance. Gears Tactics has especially been optimized for the use of Intel Xe GPU. Just like Previous Codemasters games, such as GRID 2, have had certain optimizations for new Intel GPU tech in the past.

This is certainly not performance users get to the experience you’re going to get in every game, but we can also see Intel Xe GPU system going great in games like Destiny 2 and Battlefield V too. Intel is also saying that it is hitting playable 1080p frame rates in Borderlands 3, Far Cry New Dawn, and Hitman 2 on its integrated graphics silicon Intel Xe GPU.

The performance we are going to get on there Intels new 11th Gen Tiger Lake’s system is going to be fascinating. All the tech enthusiasts including us going to be putting the first Tiger Lake laptops we see through a host of benchmarks the minute we get our hands on them.

Intel 1th Gen 10nm Tiger Lake CPUs

Core i7 1185G7

  • Cores | Threads – 4 | 8
  • Graphics – Iris Xe
  • EUs – 96
  • Cache – 12MB
  • CPU frequency (Base | Single | All-core) – 3GHz | 4.8GHz | 4.3GHz
  • GPU frequency – 1.35GHz
  • Memory – DDR4-3200 | LPDDR4x-4266
  • cTDP – 12 – 28W

Core i7 1165G7

  • Cores | Threads – 4 | 8
  • Graphics – Iris Xe
  • EUs – 96
  • Cache – 12MB
  • CPU frequency (Base | Single | All-core) – 2.8GHz | 4.7GHz | 4.1GHz
  • GPU frequency – 1.3GHz
  • Memory – DDR4-3200 | LPDDR4x-4266
  • cTDP – 12 – 28W

Core i5 1135G7

  • Cores | Threads – 4 | 8
  • Graphics – Iris Xe
  • EUs – 80
  • Cache – 8MB
  • CPU frequency (Base | Single | All-core) – 2.4GHz | 4.2GHz 3.8GHz
  • GPU frequency – 1.3GHz
  • Memory – DDR4-3200 | LPDDR4x-4266
  • cTDP – 12 – 28W

Core i3 1125G4

  • Cores | Threads – 4 | 8
  • Graphics – Iris Xe
  • EUs – 48
  • Cache – 8MB
  • CPU frequency (Base | Single | All-core) – 2GHz | 3.7GHz | 3.3GHz
  • GPU frequency – 1.25GHz
  • Memory – DDR4-3200 | LPDDR4x-3733
  • cTDP – 12 – 28W

Core i3 1115G4

  • Cores | Threads – 2 | 4
  • Graphics – Iris Xe
  • EUs – 48
  • Cache – 8MB
  • CPU frequency (Base | Single | All-core) – 3GHz | 4.1GHz | 4.1GHz
  • GPU frequency – 1.25GHz
  • Memory – DDR4-3200 | LPDDR4x-3733
  • cTDP – 12 – 28W

Core i7 1160G7

  • Cores | Threads – 4 | 8
  • Graphics – Iris Xe
  • EUs – 96
  • Cache – 12MB
  • CPU frequency (Base | Single | All-core) – 1.2GHz | 4.4GHz | 3.6GHz
  • GPU frequency – 1.1GHz
  • Memory – LPDDR4x-4266
  • cTDP – 7 – 15W

Core i5 1130G7

  • Cores | Threads – 4 | 8
  • Graphics – Iris Xe
  • EUs – 80
  • Cache – 8MB
  • CPU frequency (Base | Single | All-core) – 1.1GHz | 4.0GHz | 3.4GHz
  • GPU frequency – 1.1GHz
  • Memory – LPDDR4x-4266
  • cTDP – 7 – 15W

Core i3 1120G4

  • Cores | Threads – 4 | 8
  • Graphics – Intel UHD Graphics
  • EUs – 48
  • Cache – 8MB
  • CPU frequency (Base | Single | All-core) – 1.1GHz | 3.5GHz | 3.0GHz
  • GPU frequency – 1.1GHz
  • Memory – LPDDR4x-4266
  • cTDP – 7 – 15W

Core i3 1110G4

  • Cores | Threads – 2 | 4
  • Graphics – Intel UHD Graphics
  • EUs – 48
  • Cache – 6MB
  • CPU frequency (Base | Single | All-core) – 1.8GHz | 3.9GHz | 3.9GHz
  • GPU frequency – 1.1GHz
  • Memory – LPDDR4x-4266
  • cTDP – 7 – 15W

With the 11th Gen Tiger Lake cores running up to 4.8GHz, and the Iris Xe GPUs hitting 1.35GHz next-generation mobile chip from Intel is looking rather tasty.

That all we have for now as we get any more info we will update you, don’t forget to check out our recent article  Rakitic Bids Adieu To Barcelona After Move To Sevilla.