Intel Core i7-12700H CPU Perform Twice As Better As Core i7-10750H In Multi-core Test

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There have only been two Alder Lake-P (performance mobile) laptop CPUs leaked thus far. For the time being, the Core i9-12900HK appears to be the flagship, with no 12980HK or anything like insight. The Core i7-10750H, a 6-core CPU that comes with numerous gaming laptops, was Intel‘s most popular 10th Gen ‘Comet Lake-H’ CPU. The Tiger Lake-H Core i7-11800H CPU succeeded it; increasing both the core count to 8 and single-threaded speed. According to leaked Geekbench benchmarks, this segment could also expand to 14 cores, courtesy of the new Core i7-12700H component.

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The i7-12700H would, interestingly, have the same configuration as the speculated Core i9-12900HK. Meaning it will feature 6 Performance cores and 8 Efficient cores. Because Efficient cores do not allow hyper-threading, this results in a total of 14 cores and 20 threads. There have been two CPU compute performance leaks, both of which list different clock rates. The CPU’s basic clock speed could be anything from 2.45 and 2.69 GHz. Depending on whose result we’re looking at, the boost clock might be 4.174 or 4588 MHz. The boost clock would be 400 MHz slower than the i9-12900HK in the best-case scenario.

The CPU was previously seen with the HP Omen 17-CK1XXX laptop in a leak. It was recently discovered in a Gigabyte AERO 5 XE laptop. The current leak includes 2x 16GB DDR4-2660 memory, which could explain why the processor’s single-thread performance is so low.

In the single-core test, the i7 12700H scored 1340 points. While in the multi-core test it received 11138 points, while the i7 10750H scored 1135 and 11138 respectively on Geekbench.

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