Intel will launch 11th Gen Core H35 CPUs, especially for high-performance notebooks. They are intended to cover the light laptops segment which needs a higher performance in single-core processes. They will be available this quarter in models from different manufacturers such as Acer, ASUS, HP, MSI or VAIO.
11th Gen Core H35 CPUs are the first to reach the market under the “Tiger Lake H” platform. It is aimed at ultraportables, convertibles, or 2-in-1s looking for a balance between performance and autonomy, the H series offers higher performance and targets gaming notebooks.
Both series are manufactured in 10 nm++ “SuperFin” technology processes and represent an important generational leap due to their redesign at the transistor level; a 20% increase in processing performance; new generation integrated graphics based on Intel Xe (Gen12); new memory controller and the latest connectivity technologies, PCIe 4.0, Wi-Fi 6 or Thunderbolt 4.0.
Intel 11th Gen Core H35 CPU versions
Intel has listed three versions to boot the platform, two Core i7 with TDP of 35 watts and a Core i5 that will lower the TDP to 28 watts. The Core i7-11375H Special Edition is the most prominent model and according to the company, it will offer the highest single-threaded performance of any notebook processor ever made if we exclude the 10th generation Core i9-10980HK.
To do this, it uses Turbo Boost Max 3.0 technology to boost the operating frequency above the 5GHz barrier. This is its main feature because it only has 4 cores and 8 threads and will not be able to compete in tasks that make use of multicore. The company has published an image with the results of this processor in some games.
Let’s remember that these Intel Core H35s are intended for lightweight laptops and that the most powerful versions of the platform will be the H45s, which will offer models up to Core i9 with 8 cores and 16 native processing threads. Like the H35s they will include Intel Xe (Gen12) integrated graphics; a new memory controller and the latest connectivity technologies, PCIe 4.0, Wi-Fi 6, or Thunderbolt 4.0.
Core H35s should hit the market soon, while H45s will not be available until the end of the year to power gaming notebooks.