Intel Tiger Lake-B, new BGA CPUs for PC SFF and enthusiast range

It is totally regular that within the OEM market of desktop PCs some fashions of CPUs for laptops finish, in some circumstances which means these PCs inherit the restrictions by way of growth and enchancment that there are in laptops. One of the combination issues being using components welded to the board, similar to using CPUs that don’t use sockets, as is the case with these Tiger Lake-B.

Tiger Lake-H involves desktop PCs

Intel Tiger Lake i7-11390H, i7-11320H, i7-1195G7 and i5-1165G7

In whole, 4 new chips have appeared throughout the 11th-generation Intel Core desktop household. The distinction with those that have launched up to now? They is not going to be primarily based on Rocket Lake-S, however on Tiger Lake-H.

Unlike what AMD has executed with the switch of its Cezanne structure SoCs to its AM4 socket, Intel has not made a model for LGA1200 of Tiger Lake-H, because the new processors will use a BGA package deal. Which signifies that the CPUs are soldered to the motherboard and can’t be expanded.

To differentiate these CPUs from the Tiger Lake notebooks they’ve been dubbed Intel Tiger Lake-B. These are additionally variations of those processors designed for use below a better TDP than the already identified 15 W, 35 W and 45 W variations for laptops, since this time the new processor would have a TDP of 65 W profiting from the larger margin for consumption and warmth than a desktop laptop.

These are the 4 fashions of the Tiger Lake-B

Tiger Lake-H

In whole, 4 CPUs from Intel’s new Tiger Lake-B range have been introduced, their specs are as follows:

  • The Intel Core i9-11900KB It is probably the most highly effective of the range with an 8-core CPU and 16 threads of execution. Its base clock pace is 3.Three GHz, however it could possibly go as much as 5.Three GHz. Its TDP? 65 W.
  • Second we’ve got the Intel Core i7-11700B, which has nearly an identical specs, solely with a base clock pace solely 100 MHz decrease, standing at 3.2 GHz.
  • If we go to the settings of 6 cores and 12 threads of execution, then we’ve got the Intel Core i5-11500B with a 3.Three GHz base pace and 5.Three GHz most. Which interprets into a better clock pace achieved than the Rocket Lake-S.
  • To end we’ve got the case of Intel Core i3-11100B, which is a Four core CPU with a 3.6 GHz base pace and 5.Three GHz turbo. It is shocking by the truth that Tiger Lake-H doesn’t have a 4-core model.

Otherwise, the new Tiger Lake-B have the identical specs because the Tiger Lake-H. It must be added that because the CPU is soldered to the board, we’re going to see these CPUs in some pre-built PC fashions, though in the mean time we have no idea which of them.

The incontrovertible fact that Intel has opted for a BGA model of Tiger Lake-H for the desktop makes us assume that Intel is not manufacturing CPUs below its 14nm node and that it has already made its transition to its subsequent node. Which is smart when you think about that these Tiger Lake-B and future Alder Lake-S are manufactured below Intel’s personal 10nm SuperFin node.