Intel Alder Lake appeared in other tests with 14 and 16 cores

In the future, we will see the big.LITTLE architecture even with classic desktop processors with the x86 architecture. Intel is preparing something like this for its processors Alder Lake, where there will be powerful Golden Cove cores with Hyper-Threading support and an economical version of Gracemont. Now the results of tests in the Geekbench 5 benchmark have appeared on the Internet.

Let’s look at the desktop version first. It has 16 cores in the 8 + 8 configuration (the first 8 can also handle Hyper-Threading, therefore a total of 24 threads). The basic frequency of the processor was 1.8 GHz, unfortunately we did not find out about Turbo. The new CPU has a total of 30 MB L3 cache. Unfortunately, its integrated GPe Xe-LP has only 32 CUs and 256 cores, so at a frequency of 1500 MHz in Geekbench 5.4.1 it achieved an OpenCL Score of 8647. This is roughly at the level of the mobile GeForce MX330. The new processor should be designed for the LGA1700 socket.

The mobile version was a bit more interesting. It had 14 cores with the support of a total of 20 fibers. The configuration was 6 + 8 (6 cores with HT + 8 without HT). The basic clock speed was 797 MHz, Turbo then 3989 MHz and the processor had 24 MB L3 cache. But his GPU was significantly more powerful. Although it had a lower clock speed of 1400 MHz, a total of 256 CUs (and 2048 cores) were available, which meant an OpenCL Score of 18482 (there were also versions with 64 CUs). It can be assumed that with debugged drivers the results will be even better, but even so we are at least at the level of GeForce GTX 1050, Radeon RX 560 and the like.

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Source: Svět hardware by www.svethardware.cz.

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