Earlier, some netizens shared the product classification of Intel’s next-generation mobile processors. According to TDP, Intel will subdivide the mobile platform into six markets, namely 5W tablet/handheld devices, 9W ultra-thin laptops, 15W mainstream tablet/laptops, 28W high-performance platform computer/laptops, 35W-45W enthusiast laptops, and 45W-55W extreme performance laptops. The 15W-45W range will belong to Alder Lake-P.
Recently, Twitter user @TUM_APISAK
discovered that two HP devices equipped with Alder Lake-P processors appeared in UserBenchmark and Geekbench 5, paired with 16GB of DDR5-4800 memory, identified as “HP 89C0” and “HP 896D”. It is speculated that the HP 89C0 may be a test platform, while the HP 896D should belong to HP’s EliteBook series of notebook computers.
According to the information in Geekbenck 5, the tested Alder Lake-P processor has 6 “Golden Cove” performance (large) cores and 8 “Gracemont” efficiency (small) cores, a total of 14 cores and 20 threads, L3 cache is 24MB. The detected basic frequency is 945 MHz, and the core frequency is 4253 MHz. The single-core benchmark score is 1258 points, and the multi-core benchmark score is 6831 points. As a comparison, AMD Ryzen 7 5800H’s Geekbench 5 single/dual-core benchmark score averages 1338 points and 7063 points.
Another Alder Lake-P processor shows 8 cores and 12 threads in UserBenchmark, which should be 2 “Golden Cove” performance (large) cores and 6 “Gracemont” efficiency (small) cores. The single-core benchmark test score is 160 points, and the multi-core benchmark test score is 773 points. For comparison, AMD Ryzen 7 5800H has an average score of 133 and 898 in UserBenchmark’s single/dual-core benchmark test.
It should be reminded that the relevant specification information has not been confirmed by Intel, and its parameters are not necessarily the settings of the final actual product, and testing on Windows 10 may affect the performance of Alder Lake-P. Intel is expected to launch Alder Lake-P in late 2021 or early 2022, but I believe there is not much information so far.