Thursday, February 4th 2021

Intel 11th Gen H35 Processors Launched: Fastest Single-Threaded Laptop Performance

The 11th Gen Intel Core H35 processors, the newest of Intel's H-series processors, are designed for ultraportable gaming on laptops. Packed with incredible gaming performance in an ultraportable form factor, the processors balance mobility and enthusiast-level gaming. The 11th Gen Intel Core i7-11375H Special Edition headlines the new H35 processors, and utilizes Intel Turbo Boost Max 3.0 to deliver up to 5.00 GHz Turbo frequencies.

The 11th Gen Intel Core i7-11375H Special Edition delivers the fastest single-threaded performance of any laptop processor and is matched only by the 10th Gen Intel Core i9-10980HK. 11th Gen Intel Core H35 processors enable enthusiast level gaming on the go. Users can play a majority of popular e-sports and AAA games in full high definition at high settings with the 11th Gen Intel Core i7-11375H Special Edition processor.
In addition, with the 11th Gen Intel Core i7-11375H Special Edition processor, popular games can be played in 4K resolution at high settings.

Intel continues to drive form factor innovation with the top OEMs to develop and co-engineer the best performing ultraportable systems for gaming.

The 11th Gen Intel Core H35 processors for ultraportable gaming feature up to 5.00 GHz speeds, 4 cores and 8 threads. Acer, ASUS and MSI have announced new systems, with more than 40 designs launching this year.
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61 Comments on Intel 11th Gen H35 Processors Launched: Fastest Single-Threaded Laptop Performance

#1
JAB Creations
Even presuming that they're faster why on Earth would I want to buy a product from an anti-capitalist crony corporation that literally paid Dell a billion each quarter to not buy AMD products so they could create a monopoly and keep prices artificially inflated?
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#2
Nuckles56
I wonder how many watts these processors draw to get this level of performance, I suspect quite a lot
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#3
Isaac`
what gpu are they paring with
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#4
Object55
Intel will sells his mother and beat a baby to death these day just to beat AMD by 1 fps. Will scream WINNING while being on fire and barely alive.
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#5
neatfeatguy
Object55
Intel will sells his mother and beat a baby to death these day just to beat AMD by 1 fps. Will scream WINNING while being on fire and barely alive.
Intel (probably): "....am winning again! I am the greetest!"


I like how the slides say they are "estimated" results.....or do all their slides say something like that? I guess I never really noticed.
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#6
TumbleGeorge
Why u hate Intel? Ur system to yesterday was Intel today u make 180 rad turn and hurt ur lovely chipmaker. Results is clear AMD adventure end too early because of "premium" +$50 when start 5000 series.
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#7
tfdsaf
'Results are estimated'. What does that even mean? Did they actually run benches or did they just make up numbers out of this air? If Intel are serious about getting competitive products they need to lower prices significantly, otherwise there is no point in buying Intel processors. They are slower in general, more expensive, consume more power, on limited upgradability path and generally way more locked in terms of overclocking, memory overclocking and just good mobo features on the lower end mobo's.
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#8
Caring1
Where does it say Intel Press Release in the article?
This is full of marketing bullshit, and they expect us to swallow it.
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#9
ratirt
Caring1
Where does it say Intel Press Release in the article?
This is full of marketing bullshit, and they expect us to swallow it.
Yeah. Gobble up and say it is good. Not falling for that though.
Not buying anything until I see some hard evidence of what they are selling. Otherwise they can just shove that thing up theirs.
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#10
Vader
tfdsaf
'Results are estimated'. What does that even mean? Did they actually run benches or did they just make up numbers out of this air? If Intel are serious about getting competitive products they need to lower prices significantly, otherwise there is no point in buying Intel processors. They are slower in general, more expensive, consume more power, on limited upgradability path and generally way more locked in terms of overclocking, memory overclocking and just good mobo features on the lower end mobo's.
These are laptop processors
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#11
Isaac`
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Vader
These are laptop processors
O in other words when put in a laptop half the results because thermal throttling
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#12
Prima.Vera
i7 and 4 Cores...
The mobile name scheme of Intel is worst than their Xeon one...
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#13
ZoneDymo
Caring1
Where does it say Intel Press Release in the article?
This is full of marketing bullshit, and they expect us to swallow it.
isnt that what a press release is? a message/article/advertisement whatever you want to call it from the company making it?
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#14
1d10t


Come with every purchase of your notebook.
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#15
TumbleGeorge
ZoneDymo
isnt
You know, nobody obliges you to sing and comment?
Caring1
Where does it say Intel...
And you too.
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#16
Melvis
I was like oooh this must be against AMD's 5000 Series of Mobile CPU's then when I looked at the graphs its against a yr old 4000series, like wtf? LOL
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#17
chris.london
1. The results are only estimates, so why only compare to previous gen AMD processors? No MT results? Well we know why, but this seems pretty disingenuous. Same old Intel (unfortunately).
2. 5Ghz Tiger Lake can only match 5.3GHz Comet Lake in ST workloads? This seems wrong. I understand Comet Lake draws significantly more power, but this doesn’t change the fact that according to these graphs, IPC barely increased, and that can’t be right. Unless TGL-H can’t maintain 5GHz. The results would make sense at 4.5GHz.
3. Strangely the price is missing from Intel ARK.
4. If you just copy paste an Intel press release, please mark it as such.
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#18
W1zzard
"Measurements are estimated" ? lol? either they are measurements or they are estimates. I wonder how this passed through Intel Legal
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#19
ZoneDymo
TumbleGeorge
You know, nobody obliges you to sing and comment?

And you too.
You know, this forum uses the English language, give it a try.
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#20
john_
Am I wrong saying that putting 10980 20% over 4800 makes the first slide a pure lie?
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#21
mechtech
are those FPS with intel integrated graphics??? ;)
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#22
KarymidoN
W1zzard
"Measurements are estimated" ? lol? either they are measurements or they are estimates. I wonder how this passed through Intel Legal
Can you hear that sound? Yes it's the sound of the marketing department of intel being desperate.
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#23
Cobain
TumbleGeorge
Why u hate Intel? Ur system to yesterday was Intel today u make 180 rad turn and hurt ur lovely chipmaker. Results is clear AMD adventure end too early because of "premium" +$50 when start 5000 series.
It is trendy to hate on Intel and support the underdog. The ones that increased a 6c/12t chip price from the usual 220€ to 320€.

The whole Ryzen 5000 line up it's a joke, but let's keep atracking Intel, right?

Intel sucks and single threaded performance is useless. We all do professional render for a living, more cores = better, even at dual channel memory
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#24
Chrispy_
JAB Creations
Even presuming that they're faster why on Earth would I want to buy a product from an anti-capitalist crony corporation that literally paid Dell a billion each quarter to not buy AMD products so they could create a monopoly and keep prices artificially inflated?
As horrible as the answer is, the truth is that you simply won't be able to find any decent AMD alternatives for sale.
W1zzard
"Measurements are estimated" ? lol? either they are measurements or they are estimates. I wonder how this passed through Intel Legal
Bullshit is fibre-rich so it probably passed through the intestines of Intel Legal extremely quickly.
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#25
ZoneDymo
Cobain
It is trendy to hate on Intel and support the underdog. The ones that increased a 6c/12t chip price from the usual 220€ to 320€.

The whole Ryzen 5000 line up it's a joke, but let's keep atracking Intel, right?

Intel sucks and single threaded performance is useless. We all do professional render for a living, more cores = better, even at dual channel memory
yeah thats it, lets just forget how intel completely stalled on any form of progress when competition fell away, and rereleased the same processor 4 times just tweaking a bit and adding 2 more cores and the same igpu when they were, when AMD's Ryzen 8cores for 500 bucks etc came out (kinda wrecks that 6 core and up is only for the 1000+ "extreme editions" doesn it?)
oh and of course the uhh...the background deals to make sure OEM's dont use AMD hardware....

no no its all purely about "supporting the underdog".

also imagine a company asking an insanely low price for their cpu's just to gain some cred back, then when they have the performance crown back on EVERY LEVEL asking for more money for the efforts, insanity I tell ya.
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