Intel reveals the eleventh-generation mobile Core features, supports LPDDR5 memory

On August 13, Intel officially announced the Tiger Lake processor, which will use the Willow Cove architecture, and Intel said it will provide performance improvements beyond intergenerational CPUs. On August 20th, Intel once again revealed some of the new features of this processor, claiming that the 11th generation mobile Core will be faster and more power-efficient.

According to Intel, the Tiger Lake processor has a transformative combination: a more efficient microstructure Willow Cove, equipped with advanced manufacturing process 10 nanometer SuperFin technology. Among them, Willow Cove is fully upgraded on the Sunny Cove micro-architecture of the tenth generation Core Duo. It has a redesigned cache architecture. The core has a larger 1.25MB non-compatible headphone buffer, and uses Intel streaming force technology, which has stronger performance and more data information. Safety.

In addition, the eleventh-generation mobile core processor will also bring a double increase in frequency and power efficiency, which can “beyond generations” to improve performance, and the increase in power efficiency will also make the processor more power efficient. At the same time, the Tiger Lake processor will also support up to LPDDR5-5400 memory, with a bandwidth of 96GB/s. And for the first time to integrate PCIe 4.0 SSD on the mobile terminal, it is likely to be equipped with a lower power consumption main control chip.

According to the news currently learned, the Tiger Lake processor is currently in the production stage, and major computer manufacturers will also launch related new notebook products. Products and products will be released around October. For those who want to change their notebooks, come In other words, you can look forward to the eleventh-generation Core Edition with stronger performance.