Intel Core i9-11900 (ES) CPU-Z benchmark results have leaked

Leaked benchmarks show higher watt Intel Tiger Lake CPUs

However, AMD, which was not satisfied with the desktop part, started to force Intel on the mobile side. So far, we've seen models with the Intel Core i5-11300H and i7-11370H, as well as AMD Ryzen 5 5600H and Ryzen 7 5800H CPUs on Geekbench. However, the single-core score is much more favorable, and the i7-11700 managed to beat Intel's flagship SKU i9-10900K Comet Lake-S.

Mi Notebook Pro with Intel Tiger Lake Core i7-11370H.

Several Mi Notebook Pro listing have popped-up on Geekbench sporting both Tiger Lake-H and AMD Cezanne processors. This week, CPU-Z benchmark scores for the upcoming processor leaked.

A listing for a Core i3-11300H, which is also a 4C/8T processor but with a base clock of 3.11 GHz and boost of 4.3 GHz, was also spotted powering a Mi Notebook Pro on Geekbench.

Leaked benchmarks show higher watt Intel Tiger Lake CPUs

Some rumors said that AMD Ryzen 5600H consists of 6 cores, Base clock speed of 3.0 GHz and boost clock speed of 4.1 GHz. The device has a smaller 8M L3 cache. The Core i7-11370H put up single and multi-core scores between 1,566-1,572 and 5,065-5,084, respectively. It also scored a pretty decent multi-thread score of a whopping 4672 points and also 529 points in just a single-thread benchmark.

Previously, Intel's more lowered-priced B series of the motherboard chipset were technically always locked to prevent the user from overclocking their own CPUs and memory. Although their multi-core scores are low, these processors will be Intel's entry-level processors for gaming computers.

Another remarkable feature among the Intel core i7-11370H and i5-10300H features, called H35, is that these processors come with 35W TDP. However, 35 W Tiger Lake-H will top-out at just four cores with only the 45 W variant going up to eight cores; the latter is expected to launch only sometime around Q2 2021.

While the i7-11370H and i5 11300H processors belonging to the H35 series are expected to be introduced at CES 2021, the high-end H processors are expected to be introduced in March.



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