Intel Core i7-1360P mobile processor appeared on Geekbench

Intel’s P-series mobile processors are mostly used in thin and light notebooks. Recently, Intel Core i7-1360P-related benchmark scores have appeared on Geekbench. From the data on Geekbench, it can be seen that the processor specifications of i7-1360P are basically the same as those of i7-1260P, without significant changes.

The processor specifications of the Intel i7-1360P are still 12 cores and 16 threads (4 large cores plus 8 small cores), the base frequency of the large core is 2.2GHz, and the L3 cache is 18MB. Its integrated graphic still has 96 EU stream processors, and the Core 12 generation i7-1260P also has 12 cores, 16 threads, and 96 EUs. The difference is that the GPU frequency of the i7-1360P can reach 1500MHz, the GPU frequency of the i7-1260P is 1400MHz, and the integrated graphics of the i7-1360P is only increased by 100MHz.

The benchmark score of i7-1360P on Geekbench is on H3C’s H3CBook Ultra 14 G2 laptop, running Windows 11 system, 16GB of memory. In terms of benchmark points, the i7-1360P single-thread score is 1665, the multi-thread score is 10595, the OpenCL benchmark score is 21379, and the Vulkan benchmark score is 17617, which is almost the same as the common i7-1260P benchmark score.

It was previously learned that 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 graphic 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.