Engadget Logo Engadget Japanese version The maximum clock is 5GHz. Intel adds two products to mobile version 11th generation Core
Recently, the market for CPUs for notebook PCs has become extremely competitive and hot due to the emergence of powerful products such as Apple's M1 and AMD's Ryzen 5000U.
Such Central American Intel has strengthened its lineup of 11th generation Core processors for mobile, known as Tiger Lake. Added two models, "Core i7-1195G7" and "Core i5-1155G7".
Among Tiger Lake, these two models belonging to the UP3 series, which have a TDP (thermal design power) range of 12 to 28W, will be the new top of the Core i7 and i5 in the same TDP frame. .
First, the Core i7-1195G7 is a 4-core/8-thread processor. The feature is that it supports Turbo Boost Max 3.0 (an enhanced version of the turbo boost function), which was not supported by the conventional Tiger Lake UP3, and the maximum clock reaches 5 GHz (when single core). In addition, the GPU part is also equipped with Intel Xe graphics of 96EU (arithmetic unit).
Core i5-1155G7 is also a 4-core/8-thread processor with a maximum frequency of 4.5 GHz (single core). It has 80EU Intel Xe graphics.
At the same time as these new CPUs, Intel also announced the M.2 module "Intel 5G Solution 5000" for 5G communication jointly developed with Taiwan Media Tech. By incorporating this module that supports sub-6 band 5G communication (millimeter waves are not supported), PC manufacturers can relatively easily add 5G compatible models to their notebook PC lineup.
In addition, Intel announced the "Intel NUC11 Extreme" as the latest product of the small PC brand "NUC" series. As a CPU, this is equipped with the 11th generation H series Core processor for game notebook PCs.
According to overseas tech site PCMag, this NUC will support full-size graphics cards for the first time. However, to that extent, the body size is also larger than the previous NUC.
In addition, the price and release date of the product have not been announced yet.
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