8 Core, 16 Thread Tiger Lake-H Notebook CPU Spotted on GitHub

Just minutes after covering a post about the quad-core Tiger Lake-H CPUs spotted on Geekbench, a Twitter source (遠坂小町@Komachi) has shared info regarding what appears to be an octa-core part with a boost clock of 4.8GHz.


  • Genuine Intel(R) CPU 0000 @ 2.60GHz.
  • CPU(s):16.
  • CPU MHz:1602.049
  • CPU max MHz:4800.000.
  • L1d cache 384 KiB.
  • L1i cache: 256 KiB.
  • L2 cache:10 MiB.
  • L3 cache: 24 MiB.

Apart from the base and boost clocks, we also know the L1i, L1d, L2, and L3 cache capacity of this CPU. While the L1 and L2 cache sizes are the same per core, the L3 cache which is shared across all eight cores has grown from 8 and 12 MB on the Core i5-11300H and 11370H, respectively to 24MB on the octa-core Tiger Lake-H which can only be the higher-end i7 and/or i9 parts.


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