Intel on a hunt- New “TIGER LAKE Processor”

Intel got some sort of hope with their latest 10-generation processor on the market although they are not the bang for the bucks still intel fans has something to cheers for. Because intel is following 16nm architecture which is way too old. Although the hyperthreading technology helped INTEL to remain in the market and also in the good books of consumers.

But Intel has just crushed AMD’s latest 4000 series with their latest 11th generation “TIGER LAKE’ processor which is actually 10nm based. It may be announced on the 2nd of September,2020. Intel is planning for an 11-generation processor for mobile platforms also. A new architecture which only got revealed on the i7 platform named” Intel’s Willow Cove microarchitecture and Gen12 Xe graphics” is the INTEL’s new addition to the “TIGER LAKE” family processor.

Till now it is seen with i7 family and rumored that it will also be involved on i3 and i5 platform, so hopefully, they will. Intel is claiming that their new “TIGER LAKE” processor will be 49.2%(noticed for i7) faster than their predecessor which is tested on processor multimedia test platform. Having 4 cores and 8 threads and 12MB L3 cache might be a factor this time and who knows intel might be back with this generation.

Till now the TDP is not confirmed yet. Till now the rumors are that it will also support “THUNDERBOLT 4.0” and even PCIe GEN 4. And most importantly intel claims that their new processor will crush AMD in terms of price and performance. So who knows AMD might be in trouble……….

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