It appears that this week Intel Tiger Lake-U processors are beginning to show up all over. Presently it is the turn of Microsoft Surface Laptop 4, which we definitely realize that it will show up with AMD Ryzen 4000 processors. Yet, now it appears that Microsoft will offer the chance of picking between Intel or AMD processors, giving the client the likelihood to choose what intrigues you the most.
A benchmark has been spotted online, which recommends that the up and coming Surface Laptop 4 will accompany a decision of either new AMD Ryzen 4000 processors, or the up and coming Intel Tiger Lake-U CPUs.
The Tiger Lake-U chip that has been seen on a Surface Laptop has a similar 4 core and 8 process threads, like other recent leaks. It has a base speed of 1.2GHz and, it doesn’t have a turbo speed. Nonetheless, we saw this equivalent chip working at 2.70 GHz, so it appears that the processor being used could be a trial rendition. Regardless, the new Intel Xe graphics are seen to be twice as faster as the previous Ice Lake generation, and that’s good news.
If the Surface Laptop 4 comes with new Intel processors, it shows that Microsoft is serious about delivering a device that offers solid execution in a thin and light structure.
While these are still just rumors, we wouldn’t be astonished to see the Surface Laptop 4 at some point this year, and on the off chance that it does accompany Intel’s and AMD’s best in versatile class chips, at that point we could be in for a genuine treat.