Soon Intel will need to provide the mobile processors Tiger Lake (Core 11th generation), which will provide a significant performance boost relative to current 10-series chip Ice Lake. In the database of SiSoftware Sandra has several performance test results in various problems one of the representatives of the new series – the flagship Core i7-1165G7 – which confirms this forecast.
Performance evaluation was carried out in the tasks of cryptography, image processing, and financial and scientific analysis. However, a comparative analysis of the chip Core i7-1165G7 only available for the test media, where the processor is evaluated on the background of the Core i7-1065G7 the current generation of Ice Lake. Both processors use four cores and eight virtual threads.
Recall that both the data-generation mobile processors are intended for use in compact and slim laptops. Typical value of the TDP of the chips Tiger Lake-U is 15 watts. At the same time, by analogy with the Ice Lake-U device makers can customize it to your needs in the range from 12 to 25 watts.
Comparative analysis indicates how the value of the TDP level model has a Core i7-1165G7 used in the test, but evaluated it against the background of the models Core i7-1065G7 with a value of TPD, of 15 and 25 watts. The results show a significant superiority of the new processor above the current regardless of the power of the latter. The minimum benefit model Tiger Lake-U on-chip current generation accounted for 42% and a maximum of 82 %.
Interestingly, chetyrekhyadernyj Intel Core i7-1165G7 composed neurocirujano laptop of MSI also looked very good on the background of an eight-core AMD Ryzen 7 4700U in the test media, demonstrating a result in almost 564,87 MP/s. the Competitor, in turn, showed the result at the level of 562,24 MP/s.
In comparison with the more powerful AMD Ryzen Ryzen 7 and 9 4800H 4900H having a higher value TDP of 45 watts, the processor “blue” markedly inferior, which is to be expected. The outcomes were at the level of 856,67 and 815,80 MP/s, respectively. But this is not surprising, given that in contrast to the low-power Intel Tiger Lake-U data chips “red” designed for high-performance gaming notebooks.