The latest leaks revealed the first laptops featured with the 11th generation of Intel Tiger Lake-H45 processors, featuring eight cores and 16 threads in the Lenovo Legion device.
Intel recently introduced the Tiger Lake-H35 chip with 4 cores and 8 threads to support gaming devices, and today it spotted a new upgrade that comes with eight cores and 16 threads in a Tiger Lake-H45 processor with 45-watt TDP standards.
It is scheduled to support the largest number of cores and a thread in the Tiger Lake-H45 processor, users with a distinctive upgrade to Intel versions of Comet Lake-H processors that were introduced in laptops in 2020.
Intel also confirmed earlier support for new processors for turbo frequency up to 5GHz in the highest version of the Tiger Lake-H45 series in the Core i9-11900HK chip.
Also monitoring the Core i9-11900HK processor is already in a new version of the Lenovo computer devices scheduled to be announced later, where expectations indicate that this version is the Legion 7 device distinguished with a 16-inch screen size and QHD display quality, and the device also comes with a random memory 32 GB RAM, And 1 TB storage capacity in the SSD, with a GeForce RTX 3080 graphics card.