Intel’s 11th Gen Tiger Lake-U specs apparently leak online

by January 23, 2020 0 comments

It seems like Intel isn’t very good at keeping secrets. A little while ago, details regarding their 10th gen Comet Lake CPUs were leaked online. And now, details regarding their 11th Gen mobile processors, Tiger Lake-U have been leaked on GeekBench. 

Tiger Lake-U will be the range of Intel’s 11th gen laptop processors. For now, the benchmark scores for a quad core Tiger Lake-U processor has been released. The processor has a multicore score of 4920. But the single core score is a whopping 1400, which is actually even more than Ryzen 9 3950x. This makes it the second best single core score on GeekBench behind the Core i9-9900KS which has an SC score of 1412. Ryzen 9 3950x has an SC score of 1312. The base frequency Tiger Lake-U quad core processor is put at 2.30 GHz. 

Even though the single core score which has been reported is huge, keep in mind that it is only a quad core processor. This does mean though, that if these scores are true, Intel still has a fighting chance against AMD’s upcoming Ryzen 4000 APUs for laptops, which AMD claims will have desktop grade performance. It is estimated that Tiger Lake-U will come to laptops in the second half of this year, while we will be able to see AMD’s Ryzen 4000 series in February. 

Here are the benchmarks leaked on GeekBench:

Single-Core Performance

Single Core Score: 1400

Crypto Score: 3754

Integer Score: 1196

Floating Point Score: 1450

Multi-Core Performance

Multi Core Score: 4920

Crypto Score: 6401

Integer Score: 4641

Floating Point Score: 5279

Note: These benchmarks are not final or official. It is known that they can be fabricated. So take this info with a grain of salt.

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