Well known Twitter leakster Walking Cat shared a cache of Intel Tiger Lake promotional videos this weekend. Usually better known for Windows leaks, the Twitterer has shared what appear to be official Intel videos about TGL architectural development, a processor tech showcase, and a partner device showcase - as well as associated videos from HP and Lenovo.
Above you can see what I have referred to as the TGL architectural development video. It shows Intel scientists and engineers working on TGL advancements from the drawing board, to lab, to manufacturing. Then we move onto advanced testing and optimisation and at 33s we are teased that the boost clocks of a 4C/8T sample reach 4.8GHz.
The TGL motherboard for thin and lights, 2-in-1s and tablets is shown as being a single sided design measuring 217 x 30mm (6,510mm2). We get to see a few more aspects of Intel's work before the processor is ready to ship and the video ends with the new Intel logo.
In mid-August we learned quite a lot of official details about Tiger Lake from the Intel Architecture Day 2020 webcast. You can recap what we know from that article. In brief, TGL will leverage Willow Cove cores and Xe-LP graphics as well as Intel's 10nm SuperFin architecture. Intel is teasing a double dose of performance upgrades here with 'significant' TGL SoC architectural tweaks plus SuperFin delivering the "largest intranode performance delta" ever.
Intel and partners will showcase Tiger Lake technologies and devices tomorrow evening. The main event starts at 5pm UK time and Asus, for example, has a 'Built for Brilliance' partner event timed to start an hour later.