Several benchmark scores of the yet-to-be-released Intel Core i7-8750H appeared in the Geekbench database. This is an upcoming laptop chip with six cores and twelve threads, the listing reveals a 2.2GHz base clock, 4.09GHz Turbo, and 9MB L3 cache.
The fastest system with the Core i7-8750H delivers a single-core score of 5008 and a multi-core score of 20715 in Geekbench. That makes this chip about 20 percent faster than the Core i7-7700HQ and Core i7-8550U in terms of single-core performance, and 50 percent faster in the multi-threaded test.
A pair of Quanta systems based on the rumored Core i7-8750H check in with single-thread scores of 4700 and 5008. The same systems earn marks of 17,504 and 20,715 in the multi-threaded version of the test. An HP system with the same CPU clocked in with a 4980 in the single-thread test and 19,402 in the multi-threaded benchmark. Geekbench results tend to vary run-to-run and system-to-system, so we aren't surprised by the gap between the lowest and highest scores. All three systems beat the Core i7-7700HQ and Core i7-8550U by around 20% in the single-thread tests and close to 50% in the multi-threaded tests.