The authoritative insider KOMACHI_ENSAKA has again shared some very interesting information regarding the new 10nm Intel Tiger Lake architecture, which will replace the 14nm Ice Lake that has not yet been released.
On Twitter, KOMACHI_ENSAKA shared a link to a page with benchmark results in the popular UserBenchmark benchmark.
According to the result, we are dealing with a Y-series chip. In fact, it is an ultra-low-power processor designed for compact devices or currently popular ultrabooks. And the presence of an integrated GPU GEN12 LP and the use of LPDDR4x memory only confirms this.
The unknown Tiger Lake Y processor has 4 cores/8 threads at its disposal, a base frequency of 1200MHz and an average of 2900MHz.
Frequency characteristics are not particularly impressive, but you need to understand that we are dealing with an engineering sample and the processor may have a completely different frequency formula on release.
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