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Intel may add new SKUs to Tiger Lake-H35 and UP3 lineups alongside Tiger Lake-H45 to further bolster fortunes against AMD Ryzen 5000 Cezanne and Lucienne

Tiger Lake-H35 and UP3 may get new additions in the run up to Tiger Lake-H45 launch. (Image Source: Intel)
Tiger Lake-H35 and UP3 may get new additions in the run up to Tiger Lake-H45 launch. (Image Source: Intel)
Aside from the upcoming Tiger Lake-H45 launch, Intel may be adding new SKUs to its current Tiger Lake-H35 and UP3 lineup. Tiger Lake-H35 will see the addition of Core i7-11390H and the Core i7-11320H with increased all-core boosts. The 28 W UP3 lineup is expected to include the Core i7-1195G7 and the Core i5-1165G7.

Intel will launch its Tiger Lake H-series processors in the coming weeks, but we may get to see a refresh of the current Tiger Lake-U series and H35 lineup. We have already got information about two new H35 processors the Core i7-11390H and the Core i5-11320H. Now, we also get to hear that Intel will also be adding the Core i7-1195G7 and the Core i5-1155G7 to the Tiger Lake UP3 lineup.

Tiger Lake-H35 Refresh

Currently, Intel offers the Core i7-11375H Special Edition, Core i7-11370H, and the Core i5-11300H under the Tiger Lake-H35 umbrella. In Q3, Intel will further expand this lineup by including the Core i7-11390H and the Core i5-11320H.

The Core i7-11390H can now offer 5 GHz boost on two cores and a 300 MHz boost on all cores compared to the Core i7-11375H i.e. an all-core boost clock from 4.3 to 4.6 GHz. The Core i5-11320H can now reach up to 4.5 GHz boost on one and two cores while the all-core turbo gets increased to 4.3 GHz from 4.0 GHz in the Core i5-11300 MHz. The core count remains the same at 4C/8T. No changes are expected in the Xe EU count i.e. the Core i7-11390H will sport 96 execution units (EUs) while the Core i5-11320H will feature 80 EUs.

New Tiger Lake UP3 SKUs

Tiger Lake UP3 is the 28 W cTDP up lineup in the 11th gen series (UP4 being 15 W cTDP up), and new leaks are pointing to a couple of additions coming to this lineup. Known leaker @momomo_us on Twitter recently spotted a system configuration on the PugetBench site (now taken down) that indicates a new 11th gen Core i7-1195G7 with a base clock of 2.9 GHz.

The Core i7-1195G7 managed to score 859 points in the PugetBench test (via Tom's Hardware), which is only a notch lower than the Core i7-1185G7's score of 868 points. Additionally, Videocardz also spotted a Core i7-1155G7 part on a few retailer websites. This processor reportedly has a base clock of 2.8 GHz and a boost up to 4.7 GHz.

While not much information is available about these SKUs, they do seem to have fairly identical specifications as the Core i7-1185G7 and the Core i7-1165G7, respectively. The Core i7-1195G7 seems to have a 100 MHz lower base clock than the Core i7-1185G7, though. It is very well possible that these SKUs may offer changes to all-core frequencies and, though less likely, to integrated graphics as well.

It is not yet clear when we will see laptops featuring the Tiger Lake-H35 Refresh and new UP3 SKUs. For now, it looks like Intel may offer new parts with slight performance benefits in the run up to the Tiger Lake-H45 launch so as to further bolster its lineup against AMD's Zen 3 Cezanne and Lucienne offerings.

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Vaidyanathan Subramaniam, 2021-04- 7 (Update: 2021-04- 7)
Vaidyanathan Subramaniam
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I am a cell and molecular biologist and computers have been an integral part of my life ever since I laid my hands on my first PC which was based on an Intel Celeron 266 MHz processor, 16 MB RAM and a modest 2 GB hard disk. Since then, I’ve seen my passion for technology evolve with the times. From traditional floppy based storage and running DOS commands for every other task, to the connected cloud and shared social experiences we take for granted today, I consider myself fortunate to have witnessed a sea change in the technology landscape. I honestly feel that the best is yet to come, when things like AI and cloud computing mature further. When I am not out finding the next big cure for cancer, I read and write about a lot of technology related stuff or go about ripping and re-assembling PCs and laptops.