Intel today announced the launch of the 11th generation of its Core H series of mobile processors, which offers speeds of up to 5.0 gigahertz (GHz) to enhance the gaming experience.
The 11th generation Intel Core-H processors, codenamed Tiger Lake-H, are led by the i9-11980HK, which improves performance in notebook computers and reaches speeds of up to 5.0 GHz.
These processors are designed to enhance the gaming experience. Manufactured with a 10-nanometer process and SuperFin technology, they include up to eight cores and 16 threads, as the company reported in a statement. With them, Intel offers gamers higher frequencies, lower latencies and faster loads thanks to the CPU directly accessing the high-speed GDDR6 memory included in the graphics card.
Compared to the previous generation, it offers 2.5 times the PCIe bandwidth and “three times the total PCIe bandwidth compared to other processors in the industry,” according to Intel. These processors support 4K HDR and Dolby Vision video streaming, Wifi 6E (Gig +), Thunderbolt 4 for connections up to 40 gigabytes per second, and Intel Optane hybrid storage.
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