Intel’s Alder Lake chip, tagged as Intel Core i7-1260p, has appeared on Geekbench equipped in Lenovo and Samsung notebooks. We are just a few months away from Intel’s 12th-generation Core mobile processors going on sale; notebooks equipped with i7-1260p score progressively increasing on the running platform.
On November 23, today, the running score of a new Lenovo notebook equipped with i7-1260p was revealed. We have previously reported that the motherboard model number of new Lenovo laptops has been shown as “375A”. However, Geekbench has not provided any further information about the codename of these notebooks.
The “Lenovo 375A” model powered by Intel i7-1260P processor has 12 cores and 16 threads, a specification of 4 large cores and eight small cores, with a central frequency of 2.5GHz, a turbo frequency of 4.6GHz, memory bank of 18MB L3 cache.
Intel’s 12th-generation Core Mobile processor i7-1260P bagged a single-core point of 1721, multi-score points of 9697. When we compare the i7-1260P with Intel’s preceding generation mobile standard processor i9-11980HK, which has an 8-core 16-thread flagship processor is distinctly lower than the i7-1260P in terms of single-core performance, and the multi-core points appear to be equivalent.
Let’s take a voyage to Apple’s latest M1 Max processor, which debuted in October 2021 and is mounted in 14 and 16-inch MacBook Pro models. Comparing the M1 Max processor with i7-1260P, Single-core running points are generally the same, and Apple’s M1 Max’s multi-core running points are way better than i7-1260P. The ratio seems to be less.
Intel’s 12th-generation Core mobile processors are arriving to create a cosmic impact over the tech market, and it would undoubtedly make a difference at a minimum or maximum level. Intel is expected to release the 12th-generation Core mobile processors at Consumer Electronics Show on January 5, 2022. Notebooks equipped with the 12th-generation processors will make a way into the market following the Launch of 12th-generation processors.