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    Intel says Tiger Lake CPUs will arrive this summer

    As it publishes its Q1 2020 financials - with revenue up 23 per cent, EPS up 51 per cent YoY.
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    Re: Intel says Tiger Lake CPUs will arrive this summer

    Wait, so we have Rocket Lake, Comet Lake, Ice Lake and Tiger Lake CPUs this year?

    I'm struggling to keep up with how much Intel is trying to saturate both the media and mindshare with their brand name.

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    Re: Intel says Tiger Lake CPUs will arrive this summer

    Could someone please post a list of Intel's processor part numbers, and their equivalent 'friendly names'. It's getting beyond ridiculous now.

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    Re: Intel says Tiger Lake CPUs will arrive this summer

    All I need to know is will Intel be able to match AMD, on a core-for-core basis, at the same price point?

    if not... the rest is fluff.

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    Re: Intel says Tiger Lake CPUs will arrive this summer

    Quote Originally Posted by simonpreston View Post
    All I need to know is will Intel be able to match AMD, on a core-for-core basis, at the same price point?

    if not... the rest is fluff.
    Simply nope - unless overclocked and with about double the power consumption
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    Re: Intel says Tiger Lake CPUs will arrive this summer

    Oh look another factory overclocked version of the same cpu..... still see no reason to pick anything other than AMD...

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    Re: Intel says Tiger Lake CPUs will arrive this summer

    The figures for the PC segment looks surprising on first glance - but keep in mind that they're skewed by all the pre-built Intel PCs that are sold by their partners.

    The user-built PC scene is a very different story and the trends there will continue to nudge more and more OEMs towards offering a growing range of Ryzen options.

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    Re: Intel says Tiger Lake CPUs will arrive this summer

    Quote Originally Posted by LSG501 View Post
    Oh look another factory overclocked version of the same cpu..... still see no reason to pick anything other than AMD...
    Tigerlake is not the same CPU overclocked. Basically it add another 10% IPC over Ice Lake which in turn is 10% higher IPC than Zen 2. So all in all, Tigerlake should be 15% higher IPC than Zen 2, which is a sizeable difference and it allows them to get the same performance as AMD with much lower frequencies, hence better efficiency. That is the theory at least.

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    Re: Intel says Tiger Lake CPUs will arrive this summer

    Quote Originally Posted by simonpreston View Post
    All I need to know is will Intel be able to match AMD, on a core-for-core basis, at the same price point?

    if not... the rest is fluff.
    No, but they don't have to match the core numbers. Tigerlake has 15% better IPC than Zen 2, so in other words Tigerlake with 4 cores can match a 6 core Renoir if frequencies are right.

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    Re: Intel says Tiger Lake CPUs will arrive this summer

    Quote Originally Posted by KultiVator View Post
    The figures for the PC segment looks surprising on first glance - but keep in mind that they're skewed by all the pre-built Intel PCs that are sold by their partners.

    The user-built PC scene is a very different story and the trends there will continue to nudge more and more OEMs towards offering a growing range of Ryzen options.
    User built PCs is a market but it is extremely small compared to the numbers that OEMs shift. So in other words it is a false illusion that AMD is getting great traction, because it gets it only with enthusiats. The rest of the market, 90% is buying prebuilt systems.

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    Re: Intel says Tiger Lake CPUs will arrive this summer

    The names are getting weirder and weirder..Why tiger?

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    Re: Intel says Tiger Lake CPUs will arrive this summer

    Quote Originally Posted by yeeeeman View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by simonpreston View Post
    All I need to know is will Intel be able to match AMD, on a core-for-core basis, at the same price point?

    if not... the rest is fluff.
    No, but they don't have to match the core numbers. Tigerlake has 15% better IPC than Zen 2, so in other words Tigerlake with 4 cores can match a 6 core Renoir if frequencies are right.
    Doubt that very much - most if not all software would be better with 6 cores than 4. I'd be more worried that the efficiency power wise is nowhere near the same. I'm here with a 65-watt 8c/16t cpu on a £70 motherboard that cost me £150 new on offer. Tiger lake needs a new motherboard etc.
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    Re: Intel says Tiger Lake CPUs will arrive this summer

    Quote Originally Posted by yeeeeman View Post
    Tigerlake is not the same CPU overclocked. Basically it add another 10% IPC over Ice Lake which in turn is 10% higher IPC than Zen 2. So all in all, Tigerlake should be 15% higher IPC than Zen 2, which is a sizeable difference and it allows them to get the same performance as AMD with much lower frequencies, hence better efficiency. That is the theory at least.
    They haven't changed the fundamental architecture from the previous chip, it's just been refined a bit more, so it is basically little more than a factory overclock to an existing chip because the refinements allow the core to be pushed a bit harder.

    Leaks suggest IPC gains are 5-8% over icelake, the higher numbers you refer to include a faster clock speeds.

    Quote Originally Posted by yeeeeman View Post
    No, but they don't have to match the core numbers. Tigerlake has 15% better IPC than Zen 2, so in other words Tigerlake with 4 cores can match a 6 core Renoir if frequencies are right.
    My god you come across as an intel fanboy with that comment....
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    Re: Intel says Tiger Lake CPUs will arrive this summer

    ice lake server...10nm?

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    Re: Intel says Tiger Lake CPUs will arrive this summer

    Quote Originally Posted by lumireleon View Post
    ice lake server...10nm?
    Yep. Only 10nm parts on the server side this year. All about the margins with their bad yields.

    Quote Originally Posted by yeeeeman View Post
    Basically it add another 10% IPC over Ice Lake which in turn is 10% higher IPC than Zen 2. So all in all, Tigerlake should be 15% higher IPC than Zen 2
    lmao.

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    Re: Intel says Tiger Lake CPUs will arrive this summer

    what is the product line... and uh do we need a different mother board to each one of the last bunch of Lake series too?!?!?!?

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