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Detailed specifications for Intel Tiger Lake-H, Alder Lake-S and Alder Lake-P processors have appeared

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Exclusive information about the upcoming Intel Tiger Lake-H, Alder Lake-S and Alder Lake-P mobile processors has been published online. This information is sourced from OEM partners, but it is noted that the information may not be entirely accurate. The author of the publication did not specify how fresh the information is.

According to the source, the Intel Tiger Lake-H series processors will be presented in two versions with different TDP values: 35W and 45W. It is assumed that versions with a TDP of 45 W will receive 8 computing cores and 32 GPU execution units. Chip segmentation with 35W and 45W TDPs is in line with AMD’s approach with the Ryzen 4000H (45W) and Ryzen 4000HS (35W) series. This series of processors is based on the Willow Cove CPU architecture and the Xe LP graphics architecture. The production of chips is envisaged according to the norms of a 10-nanometer technological process. Intel’s Tiger Lake-H processor graphics are expected to be capable of decoding 8K HDR content at 60 frames per second. Processors can support up to 128GB of DDR4-3200 RAM, up to 20 PCIe 4.0 lanes, and up to 24 PCIe 3.0 lanes.

Intel processors of the Alder Lake-P and Alder Lake-S series will receive a hybrid technology of composing cores. The “large” cores will be based on the Golden Cove (GLC) architecture, while the small cores will be based on the Gracemont (GRT) architecture. This approach will allow you to create a large number of models with different kernel configurations. According to available information, the top versions of the Intel Alder Lake-S series will receive 16 processing cores (8 GRT + 8 GLC). The Alder Lake-P series in its maximum configuration will be content with 6 “large” cores and 8 “small cores”. In both lines, Golden Cove cores will receive multithreading support. It is also reported that in the Alder Lake-S series in the BGA version for the mobile segment, chips with a TDP of up to 65W will be available.

Intel Alder Lake-P graphics based on Xe-LP architecture can contain up to 96 execution units, while 32 execution units are provided for the Alder Lake-S line. At the same time, the Xe-LP architecture, codenamed DG2, will provide support for Intel Gaussian and the AI ​​task accelerator Neural Accelerator 3.0 (GNA 3.0). Alder Lake processors will be the first to receive support for DDR5 RAM: up to 128 GB DDR5-4400 in the desktop segment for Alder Lake-S and up to 64 GB for Alder Lake-P. See the following table for more details on each upcoming processor series.

Detailed specifications of Intel Tiger Lake-H, Alder Lake-S and Alder Lake-P processors have appeared

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