Intel seems to be preparing to respond to AMD in the mobile market. The company, which previously increased the L1 and L2 caches on Sky Lake-X processors, is taking a similar move in the mobile market.
The L2 cache of the mobile Tiger Lake processor in Geekbench's database is 1.25 MB per core, totaling 5 MB . This corresponds to a 400% increase compared to the total 1 MB L2 cache of the existing chips. At the L1 level, the command memory has been upgraded to 48 KB, while the data cache remains 32 KB.
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Unlike Intel's improvement in Sky Lake-X , the 50% increase in contrast to the decrease in the L3 cache does not go unnoticed. Tiger Lake CPUs with a total of 12 MB of buffer memory is another highlight of the PCIe 4.0 support. Finally, the models expected to go through the 10 nm + process are expected to take their place on the first laptops in the period 2020-2021 .