The latest tests show that Intel’s latest Tiger Lake processors for laptops stand out against Apple’s M1 chip.
Taking a look at the oft-cited Cinebench R23 benchmark, the latest Intel Core i7-1185G7 Tiger Lake mobile processor (10 nanometers) actually outperforms M1 in single-core benchmarks, according to figures released by cpu-monkey.
Single-core Cinebench R23:
The M1, however, beats the Core i7 1185G7 on multi-core Cinebench 23 – but not by the huge margins the media might suggest.
Multicore Cinebench R23:
– i7: 6,264
Geekbench favors the M1 over the Intel Core i7 1185G7 but, again, not enough for Windows laptop users to notice it over an M1-based MacBook Pro.
Single-core Geekbench 5:
—M1: 1718 (single core)
—I7: 1,578 (single core)
On multicore Geekbench 5, this is a bigger gap, but not a huge one.
Multicore Geekbench 5:
—M1: 7,534 (multicore)
– i7: 6 102 (multicore)
The Intel Core i7 1185G7 processor is already used in popular laptops * like the latest Dell XPS 13.
While Apple has pulled off a coup with its new M1, Intel is no slouch. This is something to keep in mind as the Tiger Lake laptops roll out in the weeks and months to come.
See this: Intel and AMD x86 mobility processors destroy Apple’s M1 in Cinebench R23 benchmark results
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