[NoteBookCheck] 10th gen 'Ice Lake' Core i7-1065G7 Geekbench score reaffirms Intel's hegemony in laptops, offers single-core performance on par with an AMD Ryzen 9 3900X - Overclock.net - An Overclocking Community

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[NoteBookCheck] 10th gen 'Ice Lake' Core i7-1065G7 Geekbench score reaffirms Intel's hegemony in laptops, offers single-core performance on par with an AMD Ryzen 9 3900X

Source: http://www.notebookcheck.net/10th-ge....427965.0.html

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A Geekbench score of the Intel Core i7-1065G7 'Ice Lake' running on the HP Spectre x360 convertible laptop is now available and seems to indicate very strong single-core performance that can rival processors much higher TDP such as the AMD Ryzen 9 3900X. Intel's 10nm could offer a significant advantage over AMD at least in the laptop segment with even more improved IPCs.
GeekBench: https://browser.geekbench.com/v4/cpu/13954547

Impressive little chips, can't wait to see the battery life of these notebooks.

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keep in mind it is only 3.88ghz if the desktop model could achieve higher clock speed this would a bit better than a 3900x, i wonder if the cpu could oc to 5ghz or the node will be limiting it
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keep in mind it is only 3.88ghz if the desktop model could achieve higher clock speed this would a bit better than a 3900x, i wonder if the cpu could oc to 5ghz or the node will be limiting it

Right now the node seems to be limiting it, otherwise Intel would have desktop processors slated for this year.

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Right now the node seems to be limiting it, otherwise Intel would have desktop processors slated for this year.
or it could be like broadwell, it would be a regression to sub 4.2ghz clocks so if intel sells this at higher price while having similar or worse oc ability I see them losing more marketshare now if these can overclock beyond 3.8ghz then intel could price them at whatever they want (wasnt/isnt their advantage the clock speed during 2017-2018?)
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1.5 base and 3.9ghz turbo?

Well, given that intel measures the TDP at base clocks, that's one way to get a "15w" chip in your stack.

The IPC looks to have improved quite a bit though. If they can keep the power and heat under control, intel looks to have a winning response.

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Quote: Originally Posted by dj_tokyu View Post
1.5 base and 3.9ghz turbo?

Well, given that intel measures the TDP at base clocks, that's one way to get a "15w" chip in your stack.

The IPC looks to have improved quite a bit though. If they can keep the power and heat under control, intel looks to have a winning response.
Intel confirmed a 18% IPC increase over Skylake. They also stated these Ice Lake U notebooks have 16 hours of video play back.

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If they can keep the power and heat under control, intel looks to have a winning response.

Did you really have any doubt?
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Intel confirmed a 18% IPC increase over Skylake. They also stated these Ice Lake U notebooks have 16 hours of video play back.
Yeah, I would like to see what power settings the video playback was done with. I mean, yeah, if you don't let it turbo then the battery life must be pretty amazing. It's when the CPU turbos that I have reservations and doubts.

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Did you really have any doubt?
again how long Intel has been using 14nm? and when was the original Ice Lake(cannon lake) Release date?
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