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Intel 11th Gen Core Processor Likely to Be Launched on September 2

Bipasha Mandal
Bipasha Mandal
Bipasha Mondal is writer at TechGenyz

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Even though Intel has been tight-lipped about this, the latest Intel 11th Gen core processor is coming soon. Foreign media writer Hassan Mujtaba exposed the news that came directly from Intel itself.

Previously in a cryptic message, Intel had admitted that the company is looking forward to bringing something brand new to the users. Recently in a slip-up, the officials accidentally mentioned that on September 2 the company will come forward with a brand new Intel brand logo and a new visual experience style. As a part of its invite, the company has sent out headphones from JBL.

Almost two weeks ago, it came to be known that the new product that Intel was excited about launching is none other than the Tiger Lake processor which leans heavily towards the notebook platform. The Tiger Lake CPUs were teased earlier this year at CES, and it is expected that it will be launched under the Intel 11th Gen processor branding.

Furthermore, it would be limited to laptops and would include a new Xe architecture graphics architecture. This would take head-on AMD’s Ryzen 4000 chips that are based on a 7nm process. Intel’s claim of the “new visual experience style” probably refers to the Intel trademark Office font which has been re-adjusted using dark black, grey, and blue as the main colors with engraved initials.

The Tiger Lake processor has to take into account a lot of specifications which include, but are not limited to, the 10nm SuperFin process comparable only to the 7nm of its rival, the Willow Cove CPU core, and the new Xe graphics architecture that offers up to 96 EU units.

The CPU integrates PCIe 4.0, TB4, and USB 4, and subsequently, the bandwidth of the consistent structure is increased by 2 times. Additionally, the memory bandwidth has been increased to 86GB/s. As of now, we have to wait till September 2 to witness the launch of the Intel 11th Gen core processor.


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