Alder Lake-P aimed at Intel laptops in the first test leak

With the renewed designation, the mobile processor known as the Core i5-1250P includes four P-cores and eight E-cores.

Intel’s new 12th generation Core processors have lifted the company from 14-nanometer depths and that’s also reflected in the performance. The company’s already released processors have taken their toll and leaked results from future cheaper models promise a cold ride to AMD’s current offering in the same category.

Now the first results with upcoming mobile processors codenamed Alder Lake-P have leaked to the web. The Alder Lake-P is positioned to replace previous generations of H-Series and includes 6 P and 8 E cores at best. In addition to the significant change in the code name, Intel has also decided to renew the naming of its processors once again.

Twitter account Benchleaks has now found the first result in Geébench’s results database on the upcoming Core i5-1250P processor in MSI’s Prestige 14 A12SC laptop. It is a 12-core Alder Lake-P variant with 16 threads running simultaneously, meaning it has four P-cores and eight E-cores. The TDP value of the processor in the Alder Lake-P series depends on the core configuration and in the 4 + 8 core configuration it is 28 watts. A 6 + 8 core would have a TDP of 45 and a 2 + 8 core would have a 15 watt. During the test, the Core i5-1250P processor ran at a minimum clock speed of 3715 MHz and a maximum clock speed of 4368 MHz, with an average frequency of 3947 MHz, according to Benchleaks. The basic clock frequency for the processor is reported by Geébench to be 2.1 GHz and the “maximum clock frequency” is clearly incorrect 598 MHz.

Geeekrech does not have the best reputation when it comes to performance measurements, especially for x86 processors, but it can be considered at least indicative. According to the test, the Core i5-1250P scored 1611 points on a single core and 8789 points on all of its cores. In its tweet, Benchleaks chose the Ryzen 7 5800X, AMD’s desktop side, as a benchmark. VideoCardz retrieved the average Core i7-11800H result from the Geenekch database as a second benchmark. The Core i7-11800H is a 10-nanometer processor based on the Tiger Lake architecture with eight cores running 16 threads with Hyper-Threading-SMT support. The TDP value of the processor is 45 watts. However, even a higher TDP value does not help, as the processor captures an average of 1467 and 7933 points on the test, which is clearly lower than the 1611 and 8789 points on the i5-1250P with 28 watts of TDP.

Sources: Geekbench, Benchleaks @ Twitter

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