On November 17th, Today, Samsung notebook power-packed with i7-1260P exhibited on the Geekbench running sub-platform. The tech realm is expecting a massive turnover from Intel as its major stride towards crushing AMD’S prospective stratagem.
Intel is gearing up to release the 12th generation Core mobile processor early next year. Let’s take a detailed look at Intel i7-1260P. Intel’s i7-1260P has secured 12 cores and 16 threads; the processor features four large cores + 8 small cores, the primary frequency backed with 2.5GHz for more excellent user experience and rendering, and the memory bank 18MB L3 cache. We could decipher from the configuration that i7-1260P belongs to Intel’s 12th-generation core low-voltage processor. However, the codename method is pretty different from that of i7-1165G7. In addition to this, a few days prior, the i9-12900HK, i7-12700H, and i7-12800H of the 12th-generation H-series processors equipped in gaming laptops have been revealed; all the processors mentioned above come with 14 cores and 20 threads, and six large cores and eight small cores.
Peculiarly, the yet unreleased Intel i7-12800H mobile processor configuration that has been exposed in Geekbench platforms unveils that the chip is packed with 14 cores and 20 threads, and it will run in gigabyte Aorus 15 YE4. Geekbench has performed a test trial in the sub-platform, and results unveil that i7-12800H has secured a single-core score of 1654 points alongside with multi-threaded score of 9618 points. The score performance is moderately higher than the preceding generation Core i7-11800H which chalked up 1474 points in the single-core and 7959 points in the multi-thread.
While juxtaposing with existing AMD’s most OK CPU, Ryzen 9 5980HX, Intel’s i7-12800H has rug swept the Ryzen 9 5980HX with a 12% lead margin in single-core performance and a cosmic 26% lead margin in multi-core performance. Meaning Intel’s new chips are outperforming AMD’S best processors.
Furthermore, the tech universe can expect 12-generation mobile processors in January 2022 from Intel. Moreover, gaming laptops and light notebooks powered with new 12th-generation processors might be available from the first quarter of 2022. It could delay given the circumstances.