Intel Tiger Lake processor 10nm shows up online, dual core 1.5GHz!

Is this the next gen from Intel?

Recently, some sources found in the SiSoftware benchmark database that Intel is preparing to release the Tiger Lake processor in 2020. From the database information, it’s clear that it should be an ultra-low-voltage processor, dual-core, clocked at 1.5GHz. And it will have a core frequency of 1.8 GHz.

intel tigerlake processor 10nm coming

From the database information, the processor of this Intel Tiger Lake platform device is dual-core. It is not clear whether it supports hyper-threading or not. The base frequency is only 1.5GHz, the boost frequency is only 1.8GHz, and the L3 cache is just 2MB.

intel 10nm tigerlake processor

It is reported that Intel plans to launch the 10nm Tiger Lake processor in 2020, which will become the successor of Ice Lake and Lakefield. Tiger Lake will be powered by the new Willow Cove core architecture (Sunny Cove’s successor), integrated Gen12 core display. It can drive one 8K display or multiple 4K displays. According to Intel, Tiger Lake is in the final stages of development and has been tested on Windows and Chrome OS. 

Let’s see what the future has in store for us! AMD Ryzen 3rd gen comes by the end of this week and it would be great to see whether Intel’s upcoming offerings are any great or not!

So guys what do you think? Would Intel be good enough to compete with AMD for the ULV segment? Or would AMD assert dominance there too?

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Intel Tiger Lake processor 10nm shows up online, dual core 1.5GHz!

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