On December 1, today, an unidentified gaming notebook model showed up on Geekbench; it could be a high-end gaming notebook in terms of specifications; as the tech world sails toward the Consumer Electronics Show(CES) in 2022, the number of new notebooks appearing on the running sub-platform is moderately increasing and also more benchmark for Intel and Nvidia appeared on Geekbench this month.
The mysterious gaming notebook is equipped with Intel’s as-of-yet unreleased 12-generation Core mobile standard processor i7-12700H, 14 cores, and 20 threads, a specification of 6 large cores + 8 small cores. The Intel Core i7-12700H is an H45-class processor, which is a powerful chip juxtaposed with previous generations, and it features six Golden Cove (P) cores and eight Gracemont (E) cores (14C/20T) that belong to Alder Lake-P.
Even so, the new gaming notebooks are also equipped with DDR5-4800 memory, which could run faster than the preceding generation DDR4-3200. As far as graphics cards are concerned, this gamebook is fitted with Nvidia RTX 3080 notebook GPU, which could bring 6144 CUDA core, 16GB video memory.
The Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 is a robust graphics card that is built around the Ampere generation. It features the powerful GA102 chip and provides 8,704 shaders. The gaming performance in 4k is fluid better than the previous GeForce RTX 2080 Ti. In terms of specifications, this gaming notebook can arrive as the second flagship model from the respective firms.
The flagship model might be equipped with a higher rise frequency i9-12900HK and RTX 3080Ti with high CUDA cores. It is just a month until CES 2022. We could expect a new generation of gaming laptops, desktops, and thin and light products from numerous manufacturers, and it will be a massive outrun for the tech industry to kickstart a new path.