Intel 10nm Tiger Lake CPUs Arrive on 11th Gen Desktop Platforms, B-Series Chips With Willow Cove Cores & 65W TDPs!!

~Gomathi Keerthana R S😊

Intel has quietly launched four brand new 10nm Tiger Lake CPUs that are aimed at desktop PC platforms. These are the new 11th Gen Tiger Lake B-Series SKUs that are designed for both, the small form factor and enthusiast gaming PCs.

Intel’s 11th Gen & 10nm Tiger Lake CPUs Land on Desktop PC Platform, Aimed at Enthusiast & Small Form Factor Gaming PCs

There are four chips that Intel has listed and all of them are part of the 11th Gen Core family. Intel now has two different desktop lineups as a part of its 11th Gen family, the 14nm Rocket Lake and the 10nm Tiger Lake but there’s one crucial difference. The Intel Rocket Lake Desktop CPUs come with support on the LGA 1200 socket whereas the Tiger Lake CPUs come in BGA form factor which means they cannot be upgraded.

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The Tiger Lake 11th Gen Desktop CPUs are based on the 10nm SuperFin architecture and feature Willow Cove cores that are slightly better, architecturally, compared to Cypress Cove cores on the Rocket Lake chips. With that said, let’s take a look at the specifications of these offerings.

Intel Core i9–11900KB 10nm Tiger Lake Desktop CPU

As the fastest Intel Tiger Lake B-Series offering, the Core i9–11900KB rocks 8 cores and 16 threads. It has a base clock of 3.30 GHz and a boost clock of up to 5.30 GHz (Velocity Boost). The CPU carries 24 MB of total cache and a TDP of 65W (PL1). The CPU features a BGA1787 package & pricing is not mentioned but will be based on the specific designs in which this chip features inside. One thing to notice is that the standard boost speeds are slightly slower compared to the Rocket Lake parts due to a more mature 14nm process node.

What Gen is Tiger Lake?🤔

11th Generation

New gaming laptops with Intel’s latest 11th GenerationTiger Lake” H-series processors are starting to hit the market this week, and PC Labs’ early test results show that they’re extraordinarily capable not only for gaming but also for many other CPU-intensive content-creation tasks that gamers are likely to perform.

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Gomathi Keerthana.R.S.

Gomathi Keerthana.R.S.

Studying B.TECH(IT) at VCET Madurai.

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