The Intel 13th Gen Core i7-1370P ‘Raptor Lake-P’ Laptop CPU appeared on Geekbench. The i7-1370P adopts a 14-core and 20-thread design, with 6 large cores and 8 small cores. The processor turbo frequency can reach up to about 5 GHz, and it has a 24MB L3 cache.
From the benchmark test platform of Geekbench 5 this time, we can see that the test machine is running Windows 11 Home Edition system with 32GB memory. The performance of the Intel Core i7-1370P processor in Geekbench 5 is that the single-core running score is 1655, and the multi-core running score is 10184, which is 5% higher than the previous generation Core i7-1270P and 5% lower than the Core i7-13700H.
The i7-13700H also has 6 large cores and 8 small cores, 24MB of three-level cache. The i7-1370P score is slightly lower than the i7-13700H because the i7-13700H has a higher TDP and a higher CPU frequency. It is worth mentioning that the i7-1270P has 12 cores and 16 threads (4 large cores + 8 small cores), 18MB L3 cache, and a base frequency of 2.5GHz.
According to previous news, the first batch of 13th-generation Core mobile processors
will have at least four products. Among them, Core i9-13900HK and Core i7-13700H have 14 cores and 20 threads, which are composed of 6 large cores and 8 small cores. The integrated graphics will be equipped with 96 EUs, positioning the high-end market, and the frequency will exceed the existing 12th-generation Core mobile model. It is rumored that the two processors can reach up to 5.4GHz and 5GHz respectively. The configuration of Core i7-13620H and Core i5-13420H is not yet clear.