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The Intel Tiger Lake quad-core CPU is compared to the Core i7-1065G7. How new is faster?

CPU performance compared in Geekbench 5 
The Intel Tiger Lake quad-core CPU is compared to the Core i7-1065G7. How new is faster?

Intel has just announced the 10-nanometer Tiger Lake mobile processors, replacing Ice Lake, and one of the representatives of the new line has already appeared in the base of the Geekbench benchmark. It was immediately compared to the top quad of the Ice Lake family - Core i7-1065G7. What result?


The Intel Tiger Lake quad-core CPU is compared to the Core i7-1065G7. How new is faster?

It is easier to characterize it as predictable. If the system based on Tiger Lake scored 1287 points in a single-threaded test and 3063 points in a multi-threaded test, then the average result for the Core i7-1065G7 in a single-threaded test is 1150 points in a single-threaded test, but in multi-threaded tests - up to 4500 points.

The Intel Tiger Lake quad-core CPU is compared to the Core i7-1065G7. How new is faster?

Given that the Geekbench 5 tested far from the final model on the Tiger Lake platform, its performance will probably be higher than that of Ice Lake, but certainly not by much. As a guideline, you can take the result of a single-threaded test, so you can roughly count on an increase in productivity of 10-15%.  

Source = IThome

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