Who wouldn’t want better performance from their laptop? With its new Intel® 11th Gen Core™ H-series processors, Intel® has its eyes set on offering its customers desktop-level performance and flexibility in a portable form factor. A win-win situation when you think about it. So, how exactly has Intel® accomplished this? Let's take a quick look at what the new processors bring to the table.
Intel® is really taking things to a new level with its new H45 processors. These new processors offer up to eight Willow Cove cores and 16 threads. They can also deliver clock speeds of up to 5.0GHz. But that’s not all, the CPU is based on Intel’s 10 nanometer SuperFin process technology. With this, the new processors are stated to deliver a performance improvement that is comparable to a full-node transition. What’s more, it also comes with Intel® UHD graphics with 32EU, which is based on the new Iris® Xe graphics architecture.
The new architecture features 20 PCIe 4.0 lanes connected directly to the CPU to enable ultra-fast discrete graphics and storage. In addition to that, the new Intel® Optane™ memory H20 (Pyramid Glacier) allows for super-fast turnaround times for launching games, work files, etc.
Of course, all this is possible thanks to the slew of technologies that Intel® has perfected over the years. For example, with Turbo Boost Max 3.0 technology, these processors are able to offer clock speeds of up to 5.0Ghz*. Intel® has also claimed 19% gen-on-gen multithreaded performance.
The new Intel® CPUs also support Intel® Speed Optimizer that offers instant overclocking with one click. Further, you also get Intel Dynamic Tuning technology that taps into machine learning for adaptive performance based on user preferences. Intel® 11th Gen Core™ H-series processors also enable per-core voltage control, the ability to modify AVX/512 voltages, XTU feature enhancements, and more.
The new Intel® 11th Gen Core™ H-series processors are no slouches in the connectivity department either. These take advantage of Intel® Killer™ Wi-Fi 6/6E (Gig+), which touts speeds up to 3x faster and up to 75% lower latency than legacy Wi-Fi. The processor's integrated Thunderbolt™ 4 support at 40Gbps delivers the fastest, simplest, and most reliable cable solution for your accessories. So a single versatile port can be used to connect a variety of peripherals.
*For details, visit: www.intel.com/PerformanceIndex. Results may vary.
This was just a small glimpse at what an Intel® 11th Gen Core™ H-series-powered laptop can offer. To know more about these new processors, join us for an AMA on August 5, 2021. During the AMA, experts from Digit and Intel® will be there to answer any and all questions that you may have. All you need to do is click here and register to be a part of the AMA. See you there!