In the second half of this year Intel will introduce mobile processors Tiger Lake, which now appears more and more rumors and leaks. This time in the database performance test 3DMark Time Spy showed a record of the test processor Intel Core i7-1185G7 related to this family.
According to the test, this processor has four cores and eight threads, and its base clock frequency is 3.0 GHz. None of the processor family Ice Lake could not boast of such a high base clock frequency. This suggests that Intel really could pretty much improve your 10-nm process technology for the production of Tiger Lake.
As the name implies, Core i7-1185G7 may be the most senior processor Tiger Lake-U with TDP level to 15W. Logically, he should be equipped with the most efficient integrated graphics Intel Iris Plus twelfth generation (Intel X e ). In any case, these assumptions will be justified, if Intel will not introduce any innovations in the naming scheme for mobile processors.
The computational performance of the CPU Core i7-1185G7 estimated at 2922 points, while integrated graphics received a score of 1296 points. For comparison, integrated graphics Vega 8 flagship 15-watt AMD Ryzen 7 4800U in the same test, gaining 1,227 points. That is, Intel really powerful “insertions” are, even able to outrun a modern integrated graphics processors from AMD.
However, in terms of computational performance, the Intel lags behind competitor by more than two times (from AMD over 6000 points), but it’s logical cores and threads at Ryzen twice.