New reports point to a possible refresh of Intel's Tiger Lake-U and H35 series. Unannounced Tiger Lake-U processors have appeared on laptop product pages, we have also seen specifications for unreleased Tiger Lake-H35 processors.
Notebookcheck's database has been updated with two new Tiger Lake-H35 processors: the Intel Core i7-11390H and the Intel Core i7-11320H. The main difference between the two processors seems to be the base and boost clocks. The i7-11390H should come with a 3.4GHz base clock and a 5.0GHz boost clock, while the i7-11320H features a 3.2GHz base clock that boosts up to 4.5GHz. Apparently, both processors should release in Q3 2021.
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The leaker @momomo_us also spotted a Core i7-1195G7 on Puget Systems’ website. As per the processor's specifications, the 4C/8T processor will feature a 2.9GHz base clock. The team at VideoCardz found another listing of a laptop featuring the i7-1195G7, detailing a bit more about the processor. As it seems, it will boost up to 4.8GHz, the same as the Core i7-1185G7.
The other Tiger Lake-U SKU found was the Core i7-1155G7. The listing shows that it will also be a 4C/8T processor, but with slightly lower clocks than the i7-1195G7. The base clock is set at 2.8GHz and the boost clock at 4.7GHz, which is exactly the same as the Core i7-1165G7.
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KitGuru says: While the Tiger Lake H35 refreshed SKUs seem to offer a significant performance difference over the current lineup, the Tiger Lake-U SKUs appear similar to what is already available. Do you think it is worth refreshing the Tiger Lake CPU lineups?