Intel Alder Lake-P with 14 cores and 20 threads appears on Geekbench
Intel has said that it will release Alder Lake processors with large and small core designs within this year. The 12th-generation Core processor desktop and mobile platforms will use this architecture. It will include Gracemont energy-saving cores and Golden Cove high-performance cores. The core is still the Xe architecture, this new architecture processor supports DDR5 memory and PCI-E 5.0, and is produced using the Enhanced 10nm SuperFin process.
In fact, Alder Lake has appeared in the Geekbench database many times before. Recently, a 14-core sample has appeared. This is an Alder Lake-P mobile platform. The platform is displayed as AlderLake-P DDR5 RVP. The public version of the test platform is equipped with 64GB of DDR5 memory, and the memory frequency should be 4800MHz.
Cache recognition still has some problems, L1 and L2 only recognize Gracemont. There is still a problem with the number of L1s. In Alder Lake, each Gracemont has a 64KB L1 instruction cache per core, 32KB of L1 data cache, every 4 Gracemont shares 2MB of L2 cache, and each Golden Cove has 32KB L1 instruction cache, 48KB L1 data cache, 1280KB L2 cache. In terms of L3 cache, each Golden Cove is equipped with 3MB, and every 4 Gracemont is also equipped with 3MB, so there is a 24MB L3 cache
The Geekbench 5 score of this Intel Alder Lake-P sample is 1287 for single-thread and 8950 for multi-thread. Single thread performance is higher than Ryzen 9 4900H, lower than Ryzen 9 5980HS, and lower than Core i9-11950H.