At Computex 2021, Intel not only refreshed its Tiger Lake-U processors with two new additions: Core i7-1195G7 and Core i5-1155G7, but we are also likely to see Tiger Lake-H series refresh CPUs.
The flagship Core i7-1195G7 processor is the first to reach 5GHz, with four cores and eight threads.
As previously stated, both the Tiger Lake-H35 and Tiger Lake-UP3 series share similar to those two refreshed 12-28W-based CPUs, and we may see two new rumored H35 parts known as Tiger Lake-R35/Refresh) in the form of Core i7-11390H and Core i5-11320H.
The Core i7-11390H has the same specifications as its lower TDP variant, reaching the same 5.0 GHz turbo frequency; however, the base clock has been increased to 3.4 GHz, a meager 100 MHz increase over the Core i7-11375H.
This Core i7-11390H has recently appeared on Geekbench and was tested on a Clevo NV4MJ/MK/MH series laptop.
While the Intel Core i7-11975G7 CPU scored 1700 points in the single-core benchmark and 6005 points in the multi-core benchmark, this is a good result for a quad-core chip.
The rumored Core i7-11390H, on the other hand, scores 1695 points in single-core and 6062 points in multi-core benchmarks, which is nearly identical to the 28W models.
It will be interesting to see when these rumored Tiger Lake-H Refresh CPUs are released.