After Intel released the Ice Lake series processors based on the 10nm process last year, it declared that the performance of the next-generation Tiger Lake series processors will be greatly enhanced, so the outside world has been continuously increasing expectations for the next-generation Tiger Lake series processors.
According to the news we reported in July of this year, Intel will hold an online press conference on September 2 when the expected Tiger Lake series processors will be released.
But before that, we have seen too much news about the Tiger Lake series processors. Recently, Twitter user @momomo_us found on the official website of the veteran PC manufacturer Hewlett-Packard a laptop model equipped with an unreleased Tiger Lake series processor.
— 188号 (@momomo_us) August 12, 2020
This laptop model is HP Pavilion Laptop (13-bb0027nr), which is not yet on sale. The device’s specifications show the unreleased Intel Core i7-1165G7, which is logically the follow-up of the Intel Ice Lake series Core i7-1065G7 product.
The parameters show that the performance improvement of Core i7-1165G7 is quite terrifying. Although it is still a 4-core processor, its basic frequency has been directly increased from 1.3GHz of the previous generation to 2.8GHz, and the turbo frequency has been increased from 3.9GHz of the previous generation to 4.8GHz, L3 The cache has also increased from 8MB to 12MB.
The HP Pavilion Laptop PC 13-bb0027nr also looks good, with a 13.3-inch 1080p display, 16GB of RAM, and 512GB of solid-state hard drive, as well as Intel’s 32GB of Optane memory.