When Intel released new details about its Alder Lake series processors in October 2018 Intel Architecture DayEveryone wants to know how the new hybrid core setting works in the real world. Finally, signs began to appear.Nowadays We have a UserBenchmark submission The Alder chip from the Alder Lake-P chip is used in notebook computers and runs in the upcoming ASUS VivoBook notebook computer.
Intel’s Alder Lake-P is a 12th-generation processor series specifically designed for high-performance notebook computers and is designed to compete with AMD’s Ryzen 5000 series of mobile processors. The Alder Lake-P generation has a total of up to 6 P cores (performance) and 8 E cores (efficiency), and will provide up to 14 cores and up to 20 virtual threads in the mobile field.
User benchmark For most enthusiasts, this is not a preferred benchmark, but we can learn some details from this test submission. First of all, the test chip has 8 cores and 12 threads. We assume that there are 4 8-thread P cores and 4 4-thread E cores, a total of 12 threads listed in the submission. It was found that the processor is running at a base speed of 1.0 GHz and an average boost speed of 2.9 GHz, which means that some cores can be boosted to higher clocks, and some cores (such as efficiency cores) may have a base frequency than we are accustomed to It’s much lower.
|User benchmark score||Alder Lake-P (4 P cores + 4 E cores)||AMD Ryzen 7 5800H|
In terms of performance, Alder Lake CPU scored 150 points in the single-core test, 291 points for two-core, 499 points for four-core, and 660 points for eight-core.
this AMD Ryzen 7 5800H processor 150 points for single-core scenarios, 296 points for dual-core, 567 points for quad-core, and 1020 points for eight-core. This means that the difference between the two is fairly small under a quad-core load, and AMD Ryzen processors are beginning to take over. However, since AMD CPUs can only run on ordinary large cores, they are indeed more powerful in multi-core scenarios.
However, not everything is bad for Intel. For example, the specific SKU found in ASUS’s upcoming VivoBook X1603ZA notebook computer may be an engineering sample, and the final retail Alder Lake-P SKU may have a higher clock speed, which will enable it to compete with more intense clock speeds from AMD. Competitive competition. In addition, UserBenchmark software also reports that some background CPU tasks are running and up to 90% CPU throttling, which means that Adler chips may have been dealing with substandard cooling solutions.
Intel has not disclosed the official specifications of its Alder Lake-P chip for notebook computers, but we hope to learn more in the coming weeks.