According to Twitter user @_rogame, an 11th-generation Core low-voltage processor Tiger Lake-U has appeared in the database, and it has been shown that there are 104 EU, 832 stream processors in total in this one.
@_rogame has posted that this is a 28W 4-core 8-thread Tiger Lake-U processor, which will be equipped with two units, 8EU is on CPU Die, and 96EU is on a separate die. The architecture will be similar to Kaby Lake G “Intel-AMD Joint Processor”.
The data also shows that the memory of the 8EU small unit for display is 7.8GB, and the total system memory is 11GB, which may mean that the 96EU large unit for display is equipped with 4GB of video memory.
In addition, there are media reports that Intel’s DG1 display alone is the big integrated graphics display unit carried on Tiger Lake-U. If this news is true, Intel’s 11th-generation Core low-voltage processors no longer need such independent display units as the Nvidia MX 250, which is a piece of amazing news!
If this is actually the case then the new Tiger Lake U would definitely be a processor to look out for! So guys what do you think about all this? Do let us know your thoughts in the comments section and don’t forget to like and share this post!
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