Intel i5 H series processors have been in an upsetting four core specification in recent years of gaming machines, until this year, Intel launched the Intel Core i5-11500H mobile processor with six cores, launched back in May 2021.
It’s come under the Core i5 lineup, embracing the Tiger Lake-H architecture with BGA 1499. In the forthcoming year, the American chip manufacturing firm is likely to launch the new i5-12500H, which will be enhanced to 4 large cores and eight small cores, with 12 cores and 16 threads. According to the recent information from Geekbench, the Intel 12-core i5-12500H has a base frequency clocked at 3.1GHz, and the CPU offers a three-level memory bank of 18MB. When it comes to running points, i5-12500H has bagged a score of 1680 points in a Single-core and secured a score of 9923 points in a multi-core, which is gradually higher than the preceding generation i7-11800H processor, which belongs to the Tiger Lake H45 family announced in mid-2021.
The base frequency relies on the TDP setting and is 2.3 GHz at 45 W which can boost as high as 4.6 GHz, while all cores can run at up to 4.2 GHz subject to workload. The CPU provides 24 MB of Level 3 cache and uses DDR4-3200 memory. It is noteworthy that earlier this year, Intel had revealed the 11th generation Intel Core H35 series mobile processors codenamed Tiger Lake for gaming laptops.
The materialized list brought three products, Core i5-11300H, Core i7-11370H, and Core i7-11375H. These 11th generation processors arrived with four cores, eight threads, and 35W TDP; soon after the launch, the company also unveiled another batch of Tiger Lake CPU lineup with the release of five more 11th Gen Intel Core H-series processors, the Core i7-11800H, Core i9-11900H, Core i5-11400H, i5-11260H, and the high-end Core i9-11980HK.
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These processors have upgraded to 8 cores, 16 threads, and 65W TDP. In addition, Intel is expected to conduct a press conference on January 5, 2022, and the company could launch 12-generation Core H processors.