The upcoming 11-generation Core processor, with a desktop platform for Rocket Lake and a mobile platform for Tiger Lake, has a slightly different CPU architecture, the former Cypress cove and willow Cove. Recently, Core i7-1165G7 appeared in Passmark, the initial results were exposed.
Specifications, this CPU 4 core 8 thread, 2.8/4.7GHz frequency. Although not as good as the Ryzen 7 4800U (31 percent behind) in the overall results, the single core can get 3,273 points, 24.4 percent higher than the 4800U.
The Ryzen 7 4800U is an 8-core, 16-threadprocessor with a base frequency of 1.8GHz, acceleration of 4.2GHz, three slow 8MB, and thermal design power consumption of 15 watts. In today’s CPU usage scenarios, higher primary and single-core performance is more popular with applications in most cases, and perhaps that’s what Intel wants to emphasize.
Intel is understood to be holding a large-scale virtual event on September 2, and while officials have not yet definitively confirmed that Tiger Lake will be announced at the event, it is widely expected that the 10nm processor will meet us officially.