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Intel tiger lake benchmark results

According to the latest news, Intel apparently regards its Tiger LakeU CPU as the 11th generation product. The leak was provided by a well-known Twitter user @_rogame, who allegedly discovered the so-called 3D Mark benchmark of the 11th-generation Intel Core i71185G7.

This chip is based on Intel's 10nm process which is a bit confusing, it is the direct successor to the Ice Lake chip, not the 10th generation Comet Lake architecture. This despite the recent launch of the Comet LakeH model. Problem terms aside, let's jump to what the Core i71185G7 should provide. Benchmark

shows it has four cores, eight threads, and a base clock speed of 3.0 GHz, making it faster than the more advanced Core i71068G7 Ice Lake processor at about 700 MHz, which has a base clock speed. 2.3 GHz. The benchmark test indicated that the clock speed was increased to 2.9 GHz, and we can safely assume that this is incorrect.

Graphicswise, according to another well-known Twitter leaker @TUM_APISAK, the Core i71068G7 is reported to contain Xe graphics. The TDP is expected to reach between 15 and 28 W, which is consistent with the target market for ultra-thin notebooks with Tiger Lake CPUs. The benchmark graphics score of

out of 1296 will make it higher than AMD's Vegae-equipped Ryzen 7 4800U CPU, which will drop 1227. This is a 5% to 6% performance advantage. The Core i71185G7 CPU score is 2922, which is lower than AMD Ryzen 7 4800U, and even lower than AMD Ryzen 7 4700U.

We recommend some comparisons of these scores, as they are all unproven and come from leaked benchmark tests, and the chip itself has some incomplete details. If the

is a genuine product, the quad-core/eight-thread array will naturally disappoint many people if they expect more power from Intel's 11th generation chips.

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