Tiger lake cpus benchmark leak
According to an opinion submitted to the Eurasian Economic Commission on October 18, Intel's next-generation Tiger LakeU CPU is expected to handle not only LPDDR4X, but also LPDDR5 RAM. Intel's
Tiger LakeU processor is the second chip to benefit from 10nm technology (after Ice Lake) and will become a new quad-core chip technology architecture with a new Gen12 Xe graphics engine, Next-gen I / O and the latest display. The
LPDDR4X speed has reached 4,266 Mbps, while LPDDR5 has increased the speed to 6,400 Mbps. The latter also improves the efficiency of the power supply. When viewed alongside LPDDR4X, Samsung said 45%. The manufacturer already uses the LPDDR5 chip in their mobile phones, making it a very reliable source.
Power efficiency isn't the first thing to seep to the surface when you think of memory, but when Intel plans to replace its existing Ice Lake CPU with Tiger LakeU specifically for smaller, thinner laptops, any savings will help extend life. battery. To support LPDDR5, the
was previously rumored to increase the size of the L3 cache from Ice Lake's 8MB to 12MB, which actually means 3MB per core. 50% hits. It is also expected to have eight threads across its four cores.
The same leak indicates support for Hyper-Threading and AVX512, indicating support for a wide range of computing tasks, from analysis to AI simulation, modeling, and processing.
As for our understanding of Tiger LakeU, there are few details, but the PCI Express 4.0 support of the Grapevine band may be useful. It can increase the SSD transfer rate to 5GB per second.
In terms of clock speed, we have no official readings, but the leak shows that 1.0 GHz is a good choice for the base clock speed, while Turbo Boost is 3.4 GHz.