Obviously, Intel is doing everything it can to regain its throne in the world of processors, especially in the notebook segment, as this is one of the most lucrative markets in the industry.
Well then … this is without a doubt the way to achieve it. All in all, the new Intel Core i7-12700H has 35% better performance than the fastest AMD Ryzen 5000 currently on the market.
Intel isn’t about playing games on laptops! + 35% performance
Therefore, the recently “leaked” benchmarks relative to the Intel Core Alder Lake-P i7-12700H show a very significant increase in performance in multi-thread tests, in direct comparison to what the current AMD Ryzen 5000H and Intel Core 11000 CPUs offer.
It’s important to point out that this is a processor that won’t even be the top of the line! Nevertheless, with its 14 cores and 20 threads, Intel shows the full potential of its new big.LITTLE architecture and designs in a package that will run between 35 and 45 W TDP.
In terms of numbers, the Intel Core i7-12700H achieved 1340 points in the single-core test and 11138 points in the multi-core test. This is 35% faster compared to AMD Ryzen 9 5980HX direct and 33% faster compared to Intel’s former high-end Core i9-11980H. Interestingly, if we compare this processor with its predecessor, the Core i7-11700H, we have a performance increase of over 45%. It is wonderful.
In response to this, AMD will publish a “refresh” on the current range with the Ryzen 6000 based on the Zen 3+ architecture, which will bring a very significant performance boost with it. In terms of the big.LITTLE hybrid design, however, AMD isn’t likely to get into the fun until 2023 … But it gets big, with a doubling of cores and threads.