Intel will soon launch the 11th generation mobile low-power Core platform, code-named Tiger Lake, and the thin book is about to be updated with a 10nm plus enhancement process, Willow Cove CPU architecture, Xe GPU architecture, and enhanced AI capabilities and applications. Acer recently released the world’s first 11-generation Core Light Book, the new Hummingbird Swift 5, with the MX350 discrete graphics card, the largest 16GB LPDDR4X memory and 1TB PCIe SSD, 14-inch narrow-sided screen, 14.95 mm thick, weighing less than 1 kg.
Now, lenovo’s 11-generation Core thin copy appears in the GeekBench database, with an unknown number of “82CU”.
The processor is the Core i7-1165G7, 4 core 8 threads we’ve seen many times, the reference frequency 2.8GHz, the highest turbo 4.7GHz, and the integration of 5MB of secondary cache (1.25MB per core), 12MB of triple cache.
There is no specific model for the nuclear display and only appears as “Gen12 Mobile Graphics”.
AMD 7nm Ryzen has done 8 core 16 threads in thin book, 10nm Core is still only 4 core 8 threads, more core threads can only continue to rely on 14nm (up to 6 core 12 threads in 10 generations), but the good news is that the ice Lake i7-1065G is only 1.3-3.9GHz, even Apple’s custom version of i7-1068NG7 is only 2.3-4G.
As for the performance boost, The GeekBench’s running score is not really much of a reference value for the x86 processor, and the results fluctuate very much. If you choose 10 generations of Core i7-1065G7 good results, single-core 6310, multi-core 20448, Core i7-1165G7 currently the highest score single-core 6737, multi-core 23414 ratio is 7%, 15%, the follow-up with optimization will certainly be much higher than this.