Intel’s 11th generation Core Mobile version performance test

single-core performance reaches the top

Lonely Phoenix Warrior has released the 11th generation Core Mobile version performance test in Zhihu. The data shows that the single-core performance of the i7-1165G7 has reached the top of the notebook CPU, and the performance of the Xe core display has also exceeded MX 350.

The single-core performance of i7-1165G7 has surpassed all the products in the comparison item, including Intel’s own i7-10875H and AMD’s R9 4900H . The multi-core performance of the i7-1165G7 has also improved, but because there are only 4 physical cores, it is still not up to the level of the previous generation 6-core i7-10710U.

In terms of nuclear display, the 96EU nuclear display of i7-1165G7 has surpassed the MX 350 of the 640 stream processor, and is not as good as the MX 450 of 25W power consumption, but the difference between the two is not big. The author Lonely Phoenix Warrior stated that this was run under LPDDR4X-4266MHz. If it was replaced with DDR4-3200 (2BG/X16 SDP) memory, the i5-1135G7 would instantly shrink its performance by 28.7%, which is only a little better than 1065G7.

Naijatechnews has reported that notebooks equipped with 11-generation Core mobile processors will be listed as early as October. For more information about Intel’s 11th generation Core.

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