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Leaked benchmarks show higher watt Intel Tiger Lake CPUs

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What you need to know

  • Leaked benchmarks appeared for the Intel Core i7-11370H and the Core i5-11300H.
  • The benchmarks indicate that the new chips will have a higher TDP than previous Tiger Lake processors.
  • As they are unverified benchmarks, they should be taken with a grain of salt.

New leaked benchmarks show off Intel Tiger Lake CPUs with higher wattage than what we've ever seen. Twitter user APISAK shared Geekbench scores for the Intel Core i7-11370H and the Core i5-11300H (via Tom's Hardware). Both the Core i5 and Core i7 chips are quad-core processors that have quick clock speeds. Like all leaked and unverified Geekbench scores, these numbers need to be taken with a grain of salt.

According to the scores, the Core i7-11370H has a base frequency of 3.3 GHz and a boost frequency of 4.8 GHz. The Core i5-11300H has a base frequency of 3.1 GHz and a boost frequency of 4.4 GHz.

APISAK shared multiple Geekbench 5 results for each processor. The Core i7-11370H put up single and multi-core scores between 1,566-1,572 and 5,065-5,084, respectively. The Core i5-11300H had a single-core score between 1,436-1,440 and a multi-core score between 4,909-4,912. As expected, these scores beat Intel's previous generations.

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As highlight by Tom's Hardware, these chips are the first processors from Intel's 10nm SuperFin architecture that are geared towards performance rather than power efficiency. Intel has a lineup of Tiger Lake CPUs, but they are 15W processors. With the H designation in these upcoming processors, they should have a TDP of 35W.

Leaking benchmarks are a bit of a theme this week. We recently saw AMD's Ryzen 9 5900HX benchmarks appear online as well.

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