Following the previous upgrade of the H-series, Intel’s U-series processors, which are mainly aimed at lightweight and slim Ultrabook products, can also break through the performance limitations, seeing a single-core clock of 5GHz. Intel announced today at their Computex conference that the latest 11-generation Core U-series notebook processor Core i7-1195G7 will be able to achieve a single-core clock of 5GHz through Turbo Boost Max 3.0. There are also new models announced at the same site. High-end i5-1155G7.
In addition to the highest clock, the 1195G7 is basically similar to the previous generation 1185G7. It is a four-core eight-wire design, supports 96 execution units and built-in Intel Xe GPU. However, the base frequency of 1195G7 will be slightly lowered to 2.9GHz, and the all-core speed increase will surpass the previous generation’s 4.6GHz and single-core rush to 5.0GHz. However, the memory specifications are still only DDR4-3200 / LPDDR4x-4266, and LPDDR5 is not currently supported.
On the other side, Intel announced their first 5G module with M.2 interface. This is a collaboration with MediaTek.Joint research and developmentThe Intel 5G Solution 5000 will only support the sub-6GHz spectrum. Later this year, it is expected to appear on more than 50 notebooks from Acer, Asus, HP and other brands.
Finally, Intel has also brought a new 11th generation NUC mini computer kit. According to PCMag, this will be the first full-size graphics card support, but this will also make NUC no longer a mini bar.NUC 11 Extreme It will be equipped with 11th-generation H-series GPUs, with features such as PCIe 4.0 and Wi-Fi 6E. The listing information is yet to be announced.