Intel 11th Gen processors takes the fight to AMD with 5.0GHz speeds

Intel has announced a pair of new U-sequence chips, just one of which will be the series’ very first 5GHz processor.

The U-sequence is Intel’s lower voltage chips, and the business had by now announced the 11th Gen Tiger Lake-driven lineup for the sequence back in September 2020.

Even so Intel has now taken to the phase at Computex 2021 to unveil the new prime-of-the-line Main i5-1155G7 and the Main i7-1195G7. 

While the Main i5-1155G7 donned the mantle of getting Intel’s most potent Main i5-stage chip, the i7-1195G7 will become the very first lower-driven chip that can be cranked up to 5Ghz.

Small-electric power performance

Like the original Tiger Lake U-sequence processors, equally of the new chips operate in between the 12W to 28W array. 

Both equally new chips will reportedly be obtainable in 4 core/8 thread configurations, and will be paired with Intel’s Iris Xe built-in graphics. 

Acer, Asus, and HP have been announced as some of the very first hardware distributors who’ll provide laptops based on the new Tiger Lake processors later on this 12 months.

Along with the new processors, Intel has also announced its hottest pluggable 5G modem option, which it has designed in collaboration with Mediatek. 

The new M.2 card modem is termed the Intel 5G Remedy 5000 and will provide sub-6GHz 5G assist and built-in eSIM know-how. Intel has announced that the forthcoming array of laptops with the new Tiger Lake U-Series processors will also contain the Intel 5G Remedy 5000. 

Via The Verge