Intel Tiger Lake is the latest generation of laptop processors from the renowned chipmaker. You can choose the best processor from this latest lineup based on your daily use and processing requirements.
Intel's 11th-gen Core processors are now being used in increasing numbers of laptops. But they face stiff competition from the latest Ryzen 5000 mobile CPUs, which offer better performance and lower power consumption at a lower price than their Intel counterparts.
Intel delivered an impressive performance with the Ice Lake chips that sported Iris Plus integrated GPUs, but they've enhanced their graphics to be even more powerful. With Intel’s new Xe graphics in Tiger Lake processors, users can expect a better visual experience for gaming or other demanding tasks!
Intel’s Tiger Lake processors are now out in the wild, revealed fully on September 2. Intel's new Tiger Lake chips pack a powerful punch, with improved CPU and graphics performance. This time around, Intel has upped its ante by utilizing their 10nm process node that was first introduced last year in Ice Lake processors but now comes equipped with even more features such as 20% better performance for your processor, two times the GPU power thanks to Iris Xe!
Intel's new Core i7, i5, and i3 processors will be available in four distinct flavors: a low-power version for portable devices; another with higher clock speeds tailored to productivity desktops or laptops. The last two offerings break from tradition by combining traditional CPUs and AMD Radeon RX Vega M graphics chips. Intel calls this “Tiger Lake Graphics,” which gives them power over both workloads during intense gaming sessions and lower CPU temperatures.
The Core i7-1185G7 is a quad-core, eight-thread processor that can run up to 4.8GHz on a single core and4.3 GHz across all cores with 12MB cache memory for maximum power efficiency - it's the most powerful Tiger Lake CPU available today! It also comes equipped with a Xe graphics accelerator sporting 96EUs compared to 64 EUs of our top-end Ice Lake Iris Plus GPU, which will surely offer you an even smoother gaming experience than before.
The Core i5-1135G7 is a high-performance, mainstream chip with the same four-core and eight-thread design as its Intel siblings. It only runs at 4GHz with a single-core speed of 3.8GHz while still achieving an impressive multi-core rating of 3800MHz+.
The Core i3-1125G4 is a great choice for those looking to pack some serious processing power into their PC. The Iris Xe graphics card and LPDDR4x RAM will allow this chip to run everything else at normal speeds, while its 3.7GHz single-core speed or all four cores running at once makes computer multitasking easy as pie.
For laptops with lower performance needs, Tiger Lake has four chips with a power range of 7W to 15W. The Core i7-1160G7 and Core i5-1130G7 are quad-core, eight-thread chips with Iris XE graphics with 96 EUs. And the Core i7 has 12MB of cache, while the Core i5 has 8MB. But as the chips have a lower TDP than those above, they will only hit top speeds of 4.4GHz and 4GHz on a single core, respectively.
The Tiger Lake chips have integrated GPUs, and they can deliver two times as much graphics performance as Ice Lake's Iris Plus. Intel claims their integrated graphics are better and even beat laptops with Nvidia’s Mx350 when paired up in 10th Gen Core processors in a race between the Iris Xe and AMD Radeon.
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