Intel Tiger Lake-H (8 cores and 16 threads) appears on UserBenchmark

The well-known leaker Tum_Apisak discovered the first entry of the 8-core 16-thread Tiger Lake-H processors in UserBenchmark.

The platform on which the processor was tested is codenamed “Insyde TigerLake” and seems to have used a monitor with a resolution of 2560×1600. This is rather rare to see on a gaming notebook, so we will probably look at a technical sample that is still in a lab environment.

Intel Tiger Lake-H (8 cores and 16 threads) appears on UserBenchmark

The benchmarking software UserBenchmark is not very good at comparing performance, as it uses controversial tests to compare Intel and AMD processors, so it would be advisable to wait for more data from different platforms.

Intel Tiger Lake-H (8 cores and 16 threads) appears on UserBenchmark

Unlike the Tiger Lake U series, the high-end version will also have limited GPU computing power. The U-series will offer up to 96 EU (execution units) based on the Xe-LP GPU architecture, while the H-series variants will remain at 32 EU.

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The series focuses on CPU performance and is combined with integrated graphics options, so end-users should not worry too much about it. Finally, we have more power available for the processor cores.

Intel is expected to introduce its high-end mobile processors based on 10nm architecture early next year. Previous leaks have shown that the Tiger Lake H series also requires 45W, similar to the previous series.

The Intel Tiger Lake-H series will focus on CPU performance while maintaining the power consumption of the previous generation.
Source: Tum_Apisak, User Benchmark