Till now, Intel and AMD were the only competitors in the desktop and laptop CPU department.
Come back to the code names at the beginning of the message: Intel introduced the new ones yesterday Quad core processors for mobile application Previously announced (Tiger Lake-H35) Strong models up to eight cores In (Tiger Lake-H45), the culprit The first Pentium and Celeron processors in 10nm production (Jasper Lake) and called Further details on the next (Rocket Lake-S) and next but (Alter Lake) desktop operating system.
Perhaps the biggest difference is that the Alder Lake chips will serve as a foundation for Intel's future desktop and mobile processors, whereas Lakefield was focused only on mobile devices.
Zion processors based on Ice Lake-SP use CPU cores based on the Sunny Cove architecture.
The 3rd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors help deliver the computing power customers need to thrive in this new, complex world thanks to significant increases in core count, performance, integrated artificial intelligence (AI) and security.
Intel is stepping up its game at CES 2021, with the launch of the next wave of Tiger Lake processors.
The report also points to the advances of AMD, which has already dethroned Intel in games and which is present in nearly all notebooks announced this week, as well as the enormous success of the Apple Silicon M1 and its ARM architecture as the main motivators for the drastic change in production lines of the giant Santa Clara. All in all, Intel will be more flexible in its planning and have access to various value-added opportunities by employing TSMC's production lines.
The new Intel offerings bring support for 3200MHz DDR4 memory (4266MHz for LPDDR4x), Thunderbolt 4 support, a 15% boost in single-thread performance compared to 10th Gen solutions, and a 40% jump in multi-thread performance compared to the 15W 11th Gen Intel mobile processors.
According to an article by CNet, Intel is now expecting to release CPUs that are based on the Ander Lake 10nm SuperFin processor somewhere between the second half of 2021. It is going to use a combination of higher power and high-efficiency cores in order to get the best of both performance and power.
Furthermore, the N-series Intel Pentium Silver and Celeron processors have also been presented at the event for the education platform.
The H35 lineup will include PCIe 4.0 for connecting with the latest discrete GPUs, as well as gigabit-plus Wi-Fi 6/6E connectivity and Intel Xe-LP integrated graphics. These processors aim to bring performance to gamers and PC enthusiasts at launch in the first quarter of 2021.