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Intel 22nm Ivy Bridge sample gets benchmarked

Posted on Tuesday, July 05 2011 @ 21:58:21 CEST by


The Tech Report writes benchmark results of Intel's 22nm Ivy Bridge processor have hit the web, you can check it out at Asian tech site Coolaler. The results were published by overclocker Coolaler, they show the performance of a 1.80GHz engineering sample:
Coolaler's BIOS and CPU-Z screenshots reveal that the CPU has two cores, four threads, 512KB of L2 cache, and 4MB of L3 cache. The images also confirm the 1.8GHz speed, which is presumably a ways below what we'll see on the finished product. We are, after all, talking about one of the first CPUs based on Intel's brand-new 22-nm fab process—or so it appears.

The benchmarks are somewhat anticlimactic, although they do give us a couple of noteworthy scores: 22.198 seconds for a SuperPI 1M run, and 1.81 points in a Cinebnch 11.5 test. Coolaler got higher numbers from a Core i5-2400 underclocked to 1.8GHz, but that chip has two extra cores and a couple megs of extra cache.



 



 

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