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{{intel title|Tiger Lake|arch}}
 
{{microarchitecture
 
{{microarchitecture
 
|atype=CPU
 
|atype=CPU
|name=Tigerlake
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|name=Tiger Lake
 
|designer=Intel
 
|designer=Intel
 
|manufacturer=Intel
 
|manufacturer=Intel
|introduction=2019
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|introduction=September 2, 2020
 
|process=10 nm
 
|process=10 nm
 
|isa=x86-64
 
|isa=x86-64
|predecessor=Ice Lake
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|core name=Tiger Lake U
|predecessor link=intel/microarchitectures/ice lake
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|core name 2=Tiger Lake H
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|predecessor=Ice Lake (client)
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|predecessor link=intel/microarchitectures/ice lake (client)
 
|successor=Alder Lake
 
|successor=Alder Lake
 
|successor link=intel/microarchitectures/alder lake
 
|successor link=intel/microarchitectures/alder lake
 
|contemporary=Sapphire Rapids
 
|contemporary=Sapphire Rapids
 
|contemporary link=intel/microarchitectures/sapphire rapids
 
|contemporary link=intel/microarchitectures/sapphire rapids
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|contemporary 2=Rocket Lake
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|contemporary 2 link=intel/microarchitectures/rocket lake
 
|succession=Yes
 
|succession=Yes
 
}}
 
}}
'''Tigerlake''' ('''TGL''') is a planned [[microarchitecture]] by [[Intel]] as a successor to {{\\|Icelake}}. Tigerlake is expected to be fabricated using a [[10 nm process]]. Tigerlake is the "Optimization" microarchitecture as part of Intel's {{intel|PAO}} model.
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'''Tiger Lake''' ('''TGL''') is [[Intel]]'s successor to {{\\|Ice Lake (client)|Ice Lake}}, a [[10 nm process|10nm]] [[microarchitecture]] for mainstream workstations, desktops, and mobile devices.
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== Codenames ==
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{| class="wikitable"
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|-
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! Core !! Abbrev !! Description !! Graphics !! Target
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|-
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| {{intel|Tiger Lake Y|l=core}} || TGL-Y || Extremely low power ||  || 2-in-1s detachable, tablets, and computer sticks
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|-
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| {{intel|Tiger Lake U|l=core}} || TGL-U || Ultra-low Power || || Light notebooks, portable All-in-Ones (AiOs), Minis, and conference room
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|-
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| {{intel|Tiger Lake H35|l=core}} || TGL-H35 || High-performance Graphics || || 35W TDP. High mobile performance, mobile workstations
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|-
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| {{intel|Tiger Lake H45|l=core}} || TGL-H45 || High-performance Graphics || || 45W TDP. Ultimate mobile performance, mobile gaming, mobile workstations
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|}
  
 
== Process Technology==
 
== Process Technology==
 
{{main|intel/microarchitectures/cannon lake#Process_Technology|l1=Cannon Lake § Process Technology}}
 
{{main|intel/microarchitectures/cannon lake#Process_Technology|l1=Cannon Lake § Process Technology}}
Tigerlake is set to use the same [[10 nm process]] that was designed for Cannon Lake.
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Tiger Lake will be manufactured on Intel's third generation enhanced [[10 nm process|10nm++ process]].
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== History ==
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[[File:intel 2019 investor meeting tiger lake roadmap.png|right|thumb|Intel 2019 and 2020 Roadmap]]
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Tiger Lake was first announced at Intel's 2019 Investor Meeting in May. Tiger Lake was said to succeed Ice Lake in 2020.
  
 
== Architecture ==
 
== Architecture ==
Not much is known about Tigerlake's architecture.
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Not much is known about Tiger Lake's architecture.
 
 
=== Key changes from {{\\|Icelake}}===
 
{{future information}}
 
 
 
* {{intel|Gen11|l=arch}} → {{intel|Gen12|l=arch}} graphics
 
 
 
  
== See also ==
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=== Key changes from {{\\|Ice Lake}}===
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* Core
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** {{\\|Sunny Cove}} '''➡''' {{\\|Willow Cove}}
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** Up to 50% larger Level 3 cache - 3MB per core from 2MB per core
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** 2,5x larger Level 2 cache - 1,25MB per core from 512KB per core
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* GPU
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** {{intel|Gen11|l=arch}} '''➡''' {{intel|Gen12|l=arch}} (Xe)
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** 1.5x more EUs (96, up from 64)
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* Display
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** [[HDMI]] 2.1 (from HDMI 2.0b)
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* I/O
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** PCIe 4.0 (from 3.0)
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* Hardware Telemetry
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** Intel Platform Monitoring Technology provides access to hardware performance, sampling and tracing data.

Latest revision as of 03:50, 13 January 2021

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Tiger Lake µarch
General Info
Arch TypeCPU
DesignerIntel
ManufacturerIntel
IntroductionSeptember 2, 2020
Process10 nm
Instructions
ISAx86-64
Cores
Core NamesTiger Lake U,
Tiger Lake H
Succession
Contemporary
Sapphire Rapids
Rocket Lake

Tiger Lake (TGL) is Intel's successor to Ice Lake, a 10nm microarchitecture for mainstream workstations, desktops, and mobile devices.

Codenames[edit]

Core Abbrev Description Graphics Target
Tiger Lake Y TGL-Y Extremely low power 2-in-1s detachable, tablets, and computer sticks
Tiger Lake U TGL-U Ultra-low Power Light notebooks, portable All-in-Ones (AiOs), Minis, and conference room
Tiger Lake H35 TGL-H35 High-performance Graphics 35W TDP. High mobile performance, mobile workstations
Tiger Lake H45 TGL-H45 High-performance Graphics 45W TDP. Ultimate mobile performance, mobile gaming, mobile workstations

Process Technology[edit]

Main article: Cannon Lake § Process Technology

Tiger Lake will be manufactured on Intel's third generation enhanced 10nm++ process.

History[edit]

Intel 2019 and 2020 Roadmap

Tiger Lake was first announced at Intel's 2019 Investor Meeting in May. Tiger Lake was said to succeed Ice Lake in 2020.

Architecture[edit]

Not much is known about Tiger Lake's architecture.

Key changes from Ice Lake[edit]

  • Core
    • Sunny Cove Willow Cove
    • Up to 50% larger Level 3 cache - 3MB per core from 2MB per core
    • 2,5x larger Level 2 cache - 1,25MB per core from 512KB per core
  • GPU
    • Gen11 Gen12 (Xe)
    • 1.5x more EUs (96, up from 64)
  • Display
    • HDMI 2.1 (from HDMI 2.0b)
  • I/O
    • PCIe 4.0 (from 3.0)
  • Hardware Telemetry
    • Intel Platform Monitoring Technology provides access to hardware performance, sampling and tracing data.
codenameTiger Lake +
designerIntel +
first launchedSeptember 2, 2020 +
full page nameintel/microarchitectures/tiger lake +
instance ofmicroarchitecture +
instruction set architecturex86-64 +
manufacturerIntel +
microarchitecture typeCPU +
nameTiger Lake +
process10 nm (0.01 μm, 1.0e-5 mm) +