Intel Alder Lake-P spotted with 14-core configuration

Posted on Tuesday, Feb 02 2021 @ 15:46 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
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An entry of a 14-core Intel Alder Lake-P laptop processor has been discovered in the Geekbench database. This future 10nm chip packs six high-performance "Golden Cove" cores and eight energy-efficient "Gracemont" cores, which results in a total of 20 threads because the energy-efficient cores do not support hyper-threading. This is believed to be the flagship model of the Alder Lake-P series, models with eight high-performance cores will be limited to the Alder Lake-S desktop lineup.
According to the Geekbench result page, the CPU has been able to reach 4.7 GHz clock speed, however, it is unclear which type of core has reached this frequency. Do note that this is the maximum frequency, on average the CPU has been running at 4.27 GHz.
The Geekbench score was focused on the graphics side, the Xe-based integrated graphics of this Alder Lake-P processor managed to score 13466 points. These are GT2 graphics with 96 execution units clocked at 1.15GHz. The score is comparable to a GeForce GTX 660 Ti desktop card.


Source: VideoCardz


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