At present, the Intel processor product line is indeed a bit messy. There are three distinct product lines on the desktop and notebook in parallel, and the time is also staggered a lot.
In the 10 generation core, the desktop is comet lake-s in 14nm technology, mobile game is comet lake-h in 14nm technology, and the thin version is 14nm comet lake-u and 10nm ice lake-u.
In the next 11th generation of core, the rocket lake on the desktop will still be 14nm, and the lightweight version will be launched at 10nm tiger lake. It is not known whether there will be a 14nm version. So, what is the next step for the game book?
This is tiger lake-h. that's right. We're finally going to use the 10nm process.
According to the latest exposure,Tiger lake-h will be officially released in the first quarter of next year. In terms of specifications, there are up to eight cores, which are consistent with the current situation. Of course, there will also be a new GPU core of Xe architecture. At the same time, memory only supports DDR4, and tiger lake-u for lightweight books supports lpddr5.
However, it should be noted that, according to the source,The thermal design power consumption of tiger lake-h is 35W, lower than 45W fixed for so many years.
As for why, it is said,Tiger lake-h is actually tiger lake-u, but because the 10nm process still can't achieve high enough performance, the thermal design power consumption can only be increased from 15W / 28w to 35W, and then the relationship between frequency and power consumption will be out of control.
In this way, 10 nm tiger lake-h may still need another 14nm H series as an auxiliary? For example, 14nm rocket lake-h? After all, what the game needs is a high-performance CPU, otherwise there will be a new 10nm technology, but the frequency will not go up, which is meaningless.
Judging from the current situation,Only by 2021 will Intel be fully transferred to 10 nm, all product lines are no longer 14 nm, but unfortunately the next 7 nm are postponed again