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Intel 11th generation low-voltage processor leaked online!

   

A few days ago, a tech publication NoteBookCheck exclusively shared the news that the Intel Tiger Lake equipped with the Gen 12 (Xe) internal graphics’ display performance would be twice the Ice Lake Gen 11 internal graphics. Now, the Twitter leaker @momomo_us has provided more information about Tiger Lake SKUs.

Intel 11th generation low-voltage processor

First of all, Tiger Lake is divided into two series, U and Y. The Y series is still on 9W TDP, while the U series will be increased from 15W to 28W, and can be reduced to 15W through TDP-down. It can be expected that the “fully powered version” 11th generation Core may appear in later courtesy of notebook manufacturers.

In terms of internal graphics display, Tiger Lake will use Xe display. Compared with the previous generation of Gen 11 graphics display, performance will be greatly improved. In addition, it will support AV1 decoding. Right now for the internal graphics display of Comet Lake and Ice Lake, it’s not supported. In addition, Xe core display will also support 12-bit decoding of VP9 and H265 / HEV, the previous generation does not support this feature as well.

We reported earlier about AV1 decoding that MediaTek has announced that Dimensity 1000 is the first smartphone SoC with integrated AV1 decoder, Samsung 8K QLED TV already supports AV1 hardware decoding.

For information on the fabulous performance of Intel 11th generation Core Xe core display, please refer to the following article: Intel 11th-generation desktop CPU surfaces in online leaks!

So, guys, this was it! Stay tuned for more leaks, tech rumours and more!

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