Intel's new chips for ultralight notebooks rich 5GHz for the first time

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The new 11th generation processors introduced by Intel this week bring 5Ghz speeds to ultralight notebooks for the first time.

This week is Computex, a technology fair in Taipei. In it, Intel has introduced two new processors, the Intel Core i5-1155G7 and the Intel Core i7-1195G7, two U-series chips that are focused on ultralight notebooks.

The company, in addition to confirming that the shortage of components will take several more years to solve, has taken another step in the history of its processors. The Intel Core i7-1195G7 is now the first processor within the U-series to achieve a turbocharged speed of up to 5 GHz.

Until now the i7 1185G7 processor had a base frequency of 3.0 GHz and a Turbo speed of up to 4.8 GHz, a mark that has surpassed this new chip. The Intel Core i7-1195G7 works at a base frequency of 2.9 GHz and thanks to Turbo Boost Max 3.0 technology can reach 5 GHz.

This jump is an improvement for the laptops to which these processors are aimed due to their reduced consumption, between 12 and 18 watts. The frequencies reached by the i7 were until now reserved for desktop computers.

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The Intel Core i5-1155G7, meanwhile, has a base frequency of 2.5 GHz and reaches 4.5 GHz thanks to Turbo Boost technology. Both processors support DDR4 RAM at 3,200 MHz and LPDDR4X at 4,266 MHz but do not support LPDDR5 RAM.

Equipped with four cores and eight threads, in addition to an Intel Iris Xe GPUs, these models will begin to be seen on the market at the end of the year on computers from brands such as HP and Asus, as explained by Intel.

Another novelty linked to these chips is that the computers that integrate them will also have their first 5G modem, the Intel 5G Solution 5000 so that laptops can make use of 5G connectivity thanks to a Fibocom and MediaTek alliance.

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