Intel Core Ultra 7 1002H appears on Geekbench
In June of this year, reports emerged of a processor dubbed the “Core Ultra 7 1002H” making an appearance in the PugetBench benchmark tests, brandishing 16 cores and 22 threads with a base clock of 3.0 GHz. Recently, this Ultra 7 1002H processor has resurfaced, this time within the Geekbench benchmark tests.
Within Geekbench, the Core Ultra 7 1002H is listed with a base clock of 3.4 GHz, a slight deviation from the previously recorded 3.0 GHz, and can turbo boost up to a striking 5.0 GHz. Furthermore, its L2 cache stands at 4MB, with the L3 cache amassing 24MB. Its singular core performance scores a commendable 2439 points, while its multicore performance registers at 12668 points, closely rivaling the current i5-13500H scores. Speculations suggest that the Ultra 7 1002H processor boasts two energy-efficient cores, potentially indicating a configuration of six performance cores, eight efficiency cores, and an additional two low-power efficiency cores.
Of late, at least two new-generation Ultra series processors have graced Geekbench, with the specific performance metrics detailed as follows:
The Ultra 5 125H, brandishing 14 cores and 18 threads, is composed of four performance cores, eight efficiency cores, and two low-power efficiency cores. It houses an L3 cache of 18MB and can achieve a turbo boost clock of 4.5 GHz. Its scores for the single-core and multi-core benchmarks stand at 2208 and 11563 points respectively.
The Ultra 7 155H, equipped with 16 cores and 22 threads, is structured around six performance cores, eight efficiency cores, and two low-power efficiency cores. It comes with an L3 cache of 24MB and can turbo boost up to 4.8 GHz. Its benchmark scores delineate 2346 points for single-core tests and 12853 points for multi-core evaluations.