Intel releases the 11th generation Core high-performance mobile processor (H45): multi-threaded performance increased by 19%

On the evening of May 11th, Intel officially released the 11th-generation Core high-performance mobile processor with up to 8 cores and 16 threads that was “exposed” at CES, which is different from the previously listed H35 processor. The new product is TigerLake-H45.

  H45 is also based on the 10nm SuperFin process technology and adopts the Willow Cove architecture, which brings a 19% performance improvement of generations and generations of multithreading. It has up to 8 cores and 16 threads and a 5.0GHz turbo frequency, TDP 45W, all integrated with 32EU Xe Architecture of Intel UHD nuclear display.

  H45 supports 3200 DDR4 memory, with a total of 44 PCIe channels, 20 PCIe 4.0 and 24 PCIe 3.0 respectively. It supports direct CPU connection technology and can directly access high-speed GDDR6 memory connected to the graphics card. Intel said that OEMs can carry out flexible product design to take advantage of the performance advantages of next-generation graphics cards and SSDs. For example, the allocation combination of PCIe 4.0 channels can support the combination of “16+4” single display and SSD or “8+4+4” single display and dual SSD combination. In addition, when the H45 is equipped with dual SSDs, it can also cooperate with Intel Rapid Storage Technology to achieve RAID0, bringing greater data throughput. H45 also supports WiFi 6/6E, Thunderbolt 4, which can achieve a transmission speed of up to 40GB per second, to ensure wireless and wired data transmission efficiency. H45 also integrates dual embedded DP display ports for display output in power optimization mode.

In other respects, some models in the H45 support overclocking, and Intel also provides a wealth of overclocking functions and tools. For example, through Intel Speed Optimizer can help ordinary players quickly get started to achieve overclocking, thereby unlocking more powerful performance. 

Intel releases the 11th generation Core high-performance mobile processor (H45): multi-threaded performance increased by 19%

  There are currently five H45 processors announced: i9-11980HK, i9-11900H, i7-11800H, i5-11400H and i5-11260H.

  According to Intel, with the same NVIDIA RTX 3080, the i9-11980HK brings up to 21% (“War Thunder”) improvement in game performance compared to the previous generation i9-10980HK; compared to AMD Ryzen 9 5900HX in gaming The test leads up to 26% (“Super Touring Car Race”). 

Intel releases the 11th generation Core high-performance mobile processor (H45): multi-threaded performance increased by 19%

Intel releases the 11th generation Core high-performance mobile processor (H45): multi-threaded performance increased by 19%

  Tested on the Intel platform with RTX 3060 with a power consumption of about 65W and AMD platform with RTX 3060 with a power consumption of about 85W. The i5-11400H leads the AMD Ryzen 9 5900HS by up to 12% (“Total War: Troy” ). 

Intel releases the 11th generation Core high-performance mobile processor (H45): multi-threaded performance increased by 19%

  In terms of content creation, H45 brings AV1 hardware decoding, richer AI functions, faster and more efficient wired and wireless connections and other features. In the actual load test, the efficiency of video creation through AE increased by 20% compared with the previous generation; the photo processing through Photoshop Elements increased by 22% compared with the previous generation; the productivity load of Microsoft Office software increased by 14%. 

Intel releases the 11th generation Core high-performance mobile processor (H45): multi-threaded performance increased by 19%

  Compared with AMD Ryzen 9 5900HX, H45 leads the above three tests by 18%, 24% and 19% respectively. 

Intel releases the 11th generation Core high-performance mobile processor (H45): multi-threaded performance increased by 19%

  The following are the specifications of the five processors in the H45 series.

  The i9-11980HK has 8 cores, 16 threads, and 24MB L3 cache, which is an increase of 50% compared to the 16MB of the previous generation i9-10980HK. The base frequency is 2.6GHz, which supports up to 5.0GHz single-core and dual-core turbo frequency, 4.9GHz 4-core turbo frequency, 4.7GHz 6-core turbo frequency and 4.5GHz full-core turbo frequency, i9-11980HK is at 65W The frequency under power consumption is 3.3GHz.

  i9-11900H has 8 cores, 16 threads, 24MB L3 cache, base frequency 2.5GHz, supports single-core and dual-core turbo frequency up to 4.9GHz, 4-core turbo frequency of 4.8GHz, 6-core turbo frequency of 4.6GHz and With a full-core turbo frequency of 4.4GHz, i9-11900H has a frequency of 2.1GHz at 35W power consumption. 

  i7-11800H has 8 cores, 16 threads, 24MB three-level cache, base frequency 2.3GHz, supports single-core and dual-core turbo frequencies up to 4.6GHz, 4-core turbo frequencies up to 4.5GHz, 6-core turbo frequencies up to 4.4GHz, and With a full-core turbo frequency of 4.2GHz, i7-11800H has a frequency of 1.9GHz at 35W power consumption.

  i5-11400H has 6 cores, 12 threads, 12MB three-level cache, base frequency 2.7GHz, supports single-core and dual-core turbo frequency up to 4.5GHz, 4-core turbo frequency up to 4.3GHz, full-core turbo frequency up to 4.1GHz, The frequency of i5-11400H is 2.2GHz at 35W power consumption.

  i5-11260H has 6 cores, 12 threads, 12MB three-level cache, base frequency 2.6GHz, supports single-core and dual-core turbo frequencies up to 4.4GHz, 4-core turbo frequencies up to 4.2GHz, and full-core turbo frequencies up to 4.0GHz. The frequency of i5-11400H is 2.1GHz at 35W power consumption In addition to the H45 processor, Intel also brought the 11th generation Core high-performance mobile processor that supports the Intel vPro platform and the new Intel Xeon W-11000 mobile workstation processor. The detailed specifications are shown in the table below. It is mainly for users who have high-performance computing and hardware-level security features, such as engineering design, data science, content creation, etc. 

  According to Intel, the Intel vPro high-performance mobile processor also brings substantial performance improvements. Compared with the previous generation i9-10885H, the i9-11950H brought a 29% improvement in the product development workload performance test of Spec Workstation 3.1; a 12% improvement in financial services workload; an 11% improvement in single-threaded computing , The multi-threaded workload increased by 16%; the media and entertainment workload test increased by 29%; the general application workload increased by 11%. 

  Not only are performance improvements, these new processors also have a series of features: Intel Hardware Shield security mechanism supporting Intel Intel CET and Intel TDT technology; Intel Total Memory Encryption support Intel Total Memory Encryption technology and Intel AMT active management technology of Intel vPro platform; Support Intel Deep Learning Boost artificial intelligence acceleration instruction set, improve AI characteristics; support Thunderbolt 4, Wi-Fi 6/6E. In addition, the Xeon W-11000 mobile workstation processor can also be equipped with ECC memory.

  According to Intel, the 11th-generation Core high-performance mobile processor and Intel Xeon W-11000 series processors will be equipped in more than 80 notebook computer models, covering consumer, commercial and workstation market segments. Up to now, more than 1 million new processors have been delivered to OEM partners.

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