Intel has announced over 50 new CPUs for gaming laptops, commercial laptops and entry level PCs based on its 11th Gen 10Nm ‘Tiger Lake’ architecture. During virtual CES 2021 At the press event, the company previewed its upcoming flagship gaming desktop CPU, Core i9-11900K based on the 14nm ‘Rocket Lake’ architecture and talked about its data center and autonomous vehicle efforts. Top Intel executives say that 500 new desktop and laptop PC models will hit the market in 2021 based on these new processors. There are already over 120 slim and lightweight laptops based on the low-power versions of ‘Tiger Lake’ Announced last year, 50 of which are verified under Intel Evo label.
Codenamed ‘Tiger Lake-H’, the new 11th Gen CPUs for gaming and high-end laptops have up to 8 cores and speeds of up to 5GHz. They provide Intel Xe-LP integrated graphics As well as AI acceleration logic that can be used in productivity software and creative workflows. These CPUs support PCIe 4.0 for high-speed graphics and SSD storage.
Intel It also features a special edition quad-core 11th Gen H-Series processor for ultraportable gaming laptops at speeds of up to 5GHz. This CPU supports PCIe 4.0, Thunderbolt 4 and Wi-Fi 6 / 6E. Asus, Acer, HP, Vio, And MSI It will offer models based on this CPU in 2021, some 16mm thinner. It will be part of a new line of 35W TDP gaming laptops, slot above the U-series and below the H-series.
In a nutshell, Intel has announced that it is the 11th GeneralRocket Lake-S‘Desktop CPUs Ready Q1 will come in 2021Each watch (IPC), including the Core i9-11900K, offers up to 19 percent better performance in terms of instructions. Even more surprising is the fact that Intel has unveiled the ‘Alder Lake’ CPU, which will work with different cores, which are widely expected to launch as a 12th-gen family in late 2021.
The Intel vPro CPU platform The new 11th Gen ‘Tiger Lake’ for professional PCs has been updated with the Core i5 and Core i7 CPUs, promising better productivity and performance in everyday office tasks as well as video editing and especially video conferencing. Intel is emphasizing the security and remote management features of the vPro platform in view of the rapid changes that businesses must make to support remote work in 2020.
With a focus on remote learning, Intel is focusing on the entry level education market with the new ‘Jasper Lake’ 10Nm Pentium Silver and Celeron processors. The new processors Zen-on-Zen promise 35 percent better performance and support for Windows, Chrome OS and Linux based devices. New Chromebooks The 11th Gen Intel Core i3 CPU will be launched soon.