Intel processors achieve 5.0 GHz speeds for laptops

Intel hit a big hit in May with the launch of its first 11-generation Tiger Lake H processors for more powerful laptops, but at Computex 2021 the company is also announcing a pair of new U-chips one of which marks the company's first 5.0GHz clock speed is for the company's low-voltage U array.

Specifically, Intel is announcing the Core i7-1195G7 processor - the top new chip in the U-series lineup and the Core i5-1155G7, which also takes the crown for Intel's most powerful Core i5 chip. And Intel announced the eleventh generation of Tiger Lake CPUs, available on laptops this fall

Like the original 11th Gen U series chips, the new chips operate in the 12W to 28W range. Both new chips are four-core/eight-thread configurations, and feature integrated Intel Iris Xe graphics (the Core i7-1195G7 comes with 96 ECU, while the Core i5-1155G7 has 80 ECU).

The Core i7-1195G7 has a base clock speed of 2.9 GHz but reaches a maximum single-core speed of 5.0 GHz using Intel Turbo Boost Max 3.0 technology. 

On the other hand, the Core i5-1155G7 has a base clock speed of 2.5GHz and a boost speed of 4.5GHz. Getting 5GHz out of the box is a fairly recent development for laptop CPUs, and Intel's first laptop processor to cross the 5GHz mark arrived in 2019.

Besides the new processors, Intel also announced its latest 5G modem solution for laptops — a new M.2 card that device makers can incorporate into their designs, called the Intel 5G Solution 5000. Apple's 5G smartphone division, Intel continued its efforts in other areas. for the next generation communication standard.)

The new modem is a collaboration between Intel, Mediatek (which handles modem firmware), and Fibocom (which already makes the modules), and will offer sub-6GHz 5G support and integrated eSIM technology. Between Intel Tiger Lake chips and the new 5G Solution 5000 cards later this year.

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