Such CPUs from Intel were expected at the beginning of the year, but they will be released only at the end. Eight-core Tiger Lake-H lit up in the test

Such CPUs from Intel were expected at the beginning of the year, but they will be released only at the end. Eight-core Tiger Lake-H lit up in the test

Intel recently unveiled high-performance mobile Tiger Lake-H35 processors, but it turned out that this is not at all what everyone expected from the company, based on numerous rumors and leaks.

Recall that the announced line includes only quad-core CPUs, and everyone was expecting full-fledged 10-nanometer flagship mobile processors from Intel. It turned out that these will still be released, but only at the end of the year.

Today one of these processors has appeared on the Web. It does not yet have a name, but it is known that it has eight cores with Hyper-Threading support. The base frequency is 3.1 GHz, there is no data on the increased, but you can expect it in the range of 4.5-5.0 GHz.

The test CPU was seen in the HP ZBook Create notebook. There is no point in talking about the test results, since UserBenchmark is not particularly visual in this regard. Unfortunately, the first distinct performance leaks will most likely have to wait for at least several more months.

Such CPUs from Intel were expected at the beginning of the year, but they will be released only at the end. Eight-core Tiger Lake-H lit up in the test

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