Intel’s 11th-gen Tiger Lake-H chips promise 19% faster laptop performance

May 11, 2021

By Napier Lopez

Another year, another set of chips by Intel. The company today announced its 11th-gen H-series chips — codenamed Tiger Lake-H — which the company claims offer up to a 19% speed boost over the prior comet lake technology. The H-series chips are normally found in larger gaming and desktop-replacement laptops, so it’s a welcome improvement. The jump in performance isn’t exactly a huge surprise; Intel is moving from a 14nm architecture to a 10nm one, so the improvements are to be expected. Still, it’s a relief, as Intel’s H-series chips had been stuck at 14nm since way back with 2015’s…

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