Intel Processor N95 features four Alder Lake ‘Gracemont’ efficiency cores
According to Tom’s Hardware, there is indeed such an Alder Lake-N series CPU on Intel’s ARK, but there are only N100 and N200, and there is no such N95. Intel’s Alder Lake-N processors have recently started to appear in barebones and pre-built systems. It only has four cores and four threads, and all four are “Gracemont” architectures, which are commonly known as E-core. The boost clock can reach 3.7GHz, but the integrated graphics can support 4K/60Hz display output. There is also Quick Sync video decoding.
This kind of configuration is actually the previous Pentium or even Celeron, which meets the needs of daily web browsing and document office. Of course, the performance of the new generation of Alder Lake architecture is still much better than those of the past “Atom”, but under the Intel 7 process, the N95 also has a 15W TDP, which is much worse than other Alder Lake-N series with only 6W power consumption. It is estimated that it is aimed at users who are not so concerned about energy efficiency and only need a functional office computer.