Intel introduced 3D packaging technology called Foveros last year, which will be used for the first time in the Lakefield family processor, also known as the Intel version of the big. LITTLE”x86 hybrid architecture. A few days ago, some netizens found that userbenchmark appeared on a Lakefield processor called Core i5-L15G7, from the name, its positioning should be slightly lower than the previous Core i5-L16G7.
The identified information has 5 core 5 threads, a base frequency of 1.4GHz, an acceleration of 1.55GHz, and a game run score of only 41% above the competition.
According to the source, the Core i5-L15G7 should accelerate at least 2.9GHz and triple 4MB, with the final product still in commissioning.
Unsurprisingly, the core i5-L15G7’s core is 10nm Sunny Cove (Ice Lake generation) and the four small cores are Atom, which, along with GPUs, memory, I/O and more, are packaged in 12 square millimeters of space for notebooks, minicomputers, network equipment, and more.