According to a new test submission, Gigabyte, one of the largest PC hardware manufacturers, is preparing to adopt the next-generation Intel processor code-named Alder Lake. Graphics card Found one User benchmark The test submission shows an AORUS 17G 17YE5 laptop with a mobile Alder Lake processor.
Alder Lake is a code name dedicated to Intel’s 12th generation Core processors. The 12th generation product family not only brings micro-architectural improvements to the use of heterogeneous methods of large and small cores to achieve maximum efficiency, but we also see manufacturers turning to DDR5 memory.
An unknown user submitted an entry to User benchmark The software reveals the detailed information of the Gigabyte AORUS 17G 17YE5 laptop, which has a built-in Alder Lake processor. Unfortunately, the benchmark score is abnormally low, which indicates that the benchmark was not fully run, the system was not adjusted well, or the test software did not enumerate the hybrid processor correctly.
The laptop is equipped with a 14-core processor running 20 threads, but these 14 cores are divided into 6 “large” cores with Hyper-Threading (HT), and the remaining 8 are “small” cores lacking HT capabilities. Obviously, the CPU represents an early engineering sample because it runs at a very low frequency. The basic speed runs at a moderate 1.2 GHz, and the boost clock is as high as 1.75 GHz. It is not yet clear which cores are detected by the benchmark.
In addition, this next-generation system packs the latest DDR5 memory standard; to be more precise, it is a 16GB DDR5 SODIMM with a main frequency of DDR5-4800. This is one of the slowest DDR5 implementations, so we are indeed looking for an engineering example system, once it hits the market, it may be faster.