Intel’s Tiger Lake 10nm CPUs have again appeared on Geekbench, featuring their single and multi-core performance metrics in comparison with existing processors.
The Intel Tiger Lake CPU fleet is anticipated to launch in 2020, featuring a new chip architecture and the latest Xe GPU structure.
Tiger Lake-Y CPU previously appeared at Geekbench. The appearance was nothing to get exciting over as the rating was pretty low; nevertheless, it did indicate the new cache redesign that Intel’s Tiger Lake CPUs had been going to feature.
In terms of efficiency, the two entires yield almost similar scores. One configuration consists of 16 GB of LPDDR4 memory, while the other contains eight GB of DDR4 SODIMM.
The 16 GB configuration scores 1162 factors in single-core and 4047 points in the multi-core benchmark. The 8GB configuration has a greater score of 1189 points in single-core and 4274 points in the multi-core benchmark.
Each score is a lot better than the Tiger Lake-Y CPU a month ago, which highlights that those chips had been nonetheless in the very early development phase when tested.
Compared to some present processors, the 14nm Comet Lake-U and the 10nm+ Ice Lake-U, the Tiger Lake-U processors show promising efficiency.
The fastest Core i7-10710U Comet Lake-U chip with six cores, 12 threads, and a higher base clock of 1.61 GHz is exceeded in single as well as multi-core efficiency tests by the Tiger Lake-U chip.
The Ice Lake-U based Core i7-1065G7 has a higher single and multi-core rating; however, it further comes with the next clock speed of 1.5 GHz.