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Intel tiger lake laptop processor benchmark

According to the CPU data dump obtained by Twitter user InstLatX64, Intel's upcoming Tiger Lake processor is expected to significantly increase the cache size.

Tiger Lake exhibited at the landfill has four Willow Cove architecture cores and eight threads, the maximum frequency is 3.4 Ghz, the core clock speed is 1 GHz, as well as an AVX 512 ISA and an amazing 12 L3 cache. MB. The

Willow Cove architecture is arranged as an important upgrade of the existing Skylake and Ice Lake architectures, which also uniformly share caches among all cores.

Intel’s current quad-core standard sees that each core is allocated 2MB of L3 cache, for a total of 8MB of L3 cache. Unlike the usual, Tiger Lake increases reads to 3MB per core, for a total of 12MB. This represents an impressive 50% increase in cache size.

Willow Cove also indicated that the cache design has undergone major changes, rather than simply increasing the MB count. As far as we know, these changes will affect transistors and focus on optimizing the architecture, thanks to the 10-nanometer node technology, while reducing processor vulnerabilities through new security features. We can also expect major next-generation I/O upgrades and the latest display features. The

enhancement also affects the GPU-CPU ratio, and the Xe graphics engine technology is included in the Tiger Lake processor, making it an ideal choice for the next-year independent desktop GPU generation leap.

As it is, Intel's Tiger Lake is expected to land sometime in 2020, will you buy it? Please let us know in the comments below!

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