With 10nm semiconductor technology, Intel's new CPU Ice Lake Core i7-1065G7 has appeared on PassMark's database, with extremely impressive scores, even knocking off Picasso Ryzen 5 3500U and Ryzen 7 AMD's 3750H off the charts.
Previously, the i7-1065G7 has appeared since May, through the Dell XPS 13 7390 ultrabook (2-in-1) and achieved a very good impression from Geekbench. And now the entire benchmark is completely revealed, and this time it's measured PassMark by TUM_APISAK through NotebookCheck. Although at the present time, details of the processes have been removed, but the archiving results are still visible.
If we make a simple comparison between i7-1065G7 and i9-8950HK, it is easy to see that in single-stream performance, a small 15W chip can actually provide performance comparable to that of mobile SKUs running out. capacity. Of course i9-8950HK has more cores and threads, so multithreaded operation will give a higher benchmark. Considering that the Ice Lake line will also produce a 6-core product and 12 streams like the i9-8950HK, even the performance is superior and the energy efficiency is greatly improved.
Although the core i7-1065G7 has a basic clock speed of about 1.3 GHz, but in a single-threaded test, they still reach 2625 points, far surpassing the Ryzen 5 3500U 2.1 GHz with only 1818 points. The distance is up to 30%, which is not to mention the overclocking speed is also slightly higher, when the i7-1065G7 reaches 3.9 GHz, while Ryzen 5 3500U is 3.7 GHz.
Coming to multi-threaded performance, both core i7-1065G7 and Ryzen 5 3500U have 4 cores and 8 threads, but somehow Intel's CPU scores up to 10316 while AMD's is only 8042. deviation up to 22%, ie about 2274 points.
Briefly talking about Intel's new 10-nanometer semiconductor technology, this is a new breakthrough that brings many improvements and very efficient operation, the benchmark scores are the clearest evidence. The processors of both models have a capacity of 15W, and even Intel's CPU outperforms Ryzen 7 3750H, which has a 35W processor. Intel also confirmed that, in the new Sunny Cove architecture, which applies to Skylake models, the IPC improvement will be up to 18%. This is also the basis for Intel's 11th generation iGPU to face Vega directly and AMD's Navi iGPU.
10nm semiconductor technology has been developed by Intel for a long time, so far only counting on the fingertips the number of products that apply this technology to the production stage. At the 2019 Computex conference, Intel also announced the range of mobile platforms and notebooks that will be using their 10nm Ice Lake processor. These will be the first steps to introduce the cherished Core Gen 10 series.