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Intel cpre i5 l15g7 cpu benchmark

A new benchmark leak indicates that Intel is developing another Lakefield CPU. The processor is called Core i5L15G7 and was selected by Twitter InstLatX64 in the Geekbench 5 benchmark test. The name indicates that we are looking for a younger brother who is stronger than the existing Core i5L16G7.

According to benchmark tests, Core i5L15G7 has five cores, one of which is Sunny Cove, and the other is of Tremont type. The suggestion is that the basic matrix is in the 22nm process, and the calculation matrix selects the 10nm process. This design seems to be related to Intel’s collaboration with Foveros to develop the Lakefield chip, which specializes in vertically stacking chips with a TDP rating between 5W and 7W. In terms of

performance, we are looking for the base clock speed. The Core i5L15G7 is 1.38 GHz, with a baseline peak of 2.95 GHz. These speeds are related to the main core of Sunny Cove. Core i5L15G7 also seems to have a 1.5MB L2 cache and a 4MB L3 cache.

Intel’s goal is to compete with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835, which itself has 8 Kryo 280 cores running at 2.6 GHz and 1.9 GHz, divided into two sub-groups. The company seems determined to maintain energy-efficient performance through Lakefield chips The spirit of

. In terms of benchmarking, Intel’s Core i5L15G7 seems to be far ahead. The single-core test scores of Qualcomm chips are 725 to 355 points, and the multi-core scores also support Intel, although the degree is much smaller, at 1,566 points, while the Snapdragon 835 is 1,533.

. Of course, we should not regard these results as The final result or our expectations for Intel Core i5L15G7. Intel may adjust the chip before an early release later this year.

In addition, Geekbench 5 is not necessarily the best judge of overall performance, so please keep these results for a while before listening to official Intel news and understanding the performance of the chip in the real world.

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