History seems to be in a rotational round. Today’s AMD Ryzen leads the way with its craftsmanship and architecture, like the Intel Core 2 of the year, and now Intel Core is going further and further on the high-frequency path, like the AMD bulldozer of the year. On the high-performance notebook platform, Intel has achieved eight core 5.3GHz, while on the desktop, Intel has rushed up to the ten core 5.3GHz. When it comes to the mobile workstation platform, Intel is still crafted.
The 3DMark database features two models of the next generation Intel Xeon W series, one of which is the flagship Xeon W-10885M, which is basically a replica of the Core i9-10980HK: 8 core 16 threads, base frequency 2.4GHz, turbo acceleration of up to 5.3GHz, three-stage cache 16MB, thermal design power consumption 45W.
The other is the Xeon W-10855M, which corresponds to core i7-10750H: 6 core 12 threads, base frequency 2.6GHz, Turbo acceleration up to 5.0GHz, three-stage cache 12MB, thermal design power consumption of 45W.
Of course, as workstation-level products, they all provide additional expertise in ECC memory, vPro Bory, SIPP stable mirroring, and TXT trusted execution.
In terms of performance, The UEG W-10885M 3D Mark Fire Strike Physical Score was 21687 points and 3D Mark Time Spy physical score was 9145, both slightly higher than the AMD Ryzen 9 4900HS.