A newly leaked info on a laptop manufacturer’s website, has confirmed the names of Intel’s 11th Gen Core H-series mobile processors. However, the clock speeds mentioned on the site were inaccurate.
According to the leaked info, Dt research laptop company, will use Intel Tiger Lake Processors operating at 35W. This could provide battery efficiency but will affect the performance.
The same leakster, @OneRaichu, who has previously provided many leaks on Intel Xe Graphics, has recently tweeted about the list of all the upcoming Intel 11th series processors and their specs.
Three 8-core based processors:
The flagship processor, Core i9-11980HK, will operate on a base clock speed of 2.6 GHz while it will be able to boost up to 3.1 GHz. The tweet also mentioned that the all-core turbo speed will be 4.4 GHz, and the single core boost clock speed will be 5.0 GHz. The other Core i9 variant, i9-11900H, will only lack behind by a 100 Mhz in all types of clock speed. The third 8 core variant, Core i7-11800H, will feature a base clock speed of 2.4 GHz and a boost clock speed of up to 4.6 GHz.
Two 6-core based processors:
There will be two 6-core variants, too; one will be the Core i5-11400H which will operate on a base clock speed of 2.7 GHz and can boost up to 4.5 GHz. The other variant, i5-11260H, will operate on 100 Mhz less clock speeds than that of i5-11400H. It is also unclear whether 11260H has Hyper-Threading enabled or not.
Intel hasn’t announced any launch dates for the processors, but they might be launched within a month or two as laptop manufacturers are providing a pre-launch briefing to tech platforms.