Intel’s new H-series processors promise ultralight gaming laptops

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Intel's new H-series processors promise ultralight gaming laptops

In September of last year the 11th generation Intel Core processors arrived with Tiger Lake. Now, on the occasion of CES 2021, the company has presented a series of novelties in its processors. Among all of them stands out in particular the new H series designed to offer great performance in ultralight notebooks.

Essentially the new processors are intended to be used in ultralight notebooks where energy consumption is reduced and space is minimized It does not allow high temperatures due to the difficulty of dissipating heat. The H series of 11th generation Intel processors here impose a considerable leap in power, according to the figures given by the brand.

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Ultralight notebooks generally focus on offering long battery life, great carrying comfort, and reduced power by spending more of the computer on office tasks. The change that Intel raises here with its new chips is to give these laptops enough power to do more than just write documents in Word.

Core H35 Processors

The company has presented in this series H a total of three new processors. These are the following:

  • Core i7-11375H Special Edition
  • Core i7-11370H
  • Core i5-11300H

All of them have a TDP of 35W, data transfer support for LPDDR4x at 4,267 MT / s and 3,200 MT / s in DDR4. Four cores for all and eight threads. The big difference is found in the Special Edition model, which through Intel Turbo Boost 3.0 achieves an increased clock frequency of up to 5 GHz.

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Processors are based on Intel’s Tiger Lake H35 10nm SuperFin process and architecture. Hence, they support different standards and features like integrated Thunderbolt 4, PCIe 4, or Intel Killer Wi-Fi 6 or 6E. It also integrates Xe-LP graphics. The great absence may be that of processors with more watts than 35W, perhaps we will see them in the future.

Now it will be a matter of manufacturers starting to integrate these new Intel processors into their ultralight laptops. Most likely, throughout these days at CES 2021 we will see new laptops announced with Intel’s H series. From Intel expect around 40 new models launched during this first quarter of 2021.

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