Intel Core i7-11800H “Tiger Lake-H” high-end 8-core mobile CPU tested in Geekbench

Published: 16th Mar 2021, 08:20 GMT   Comments

Intel Core i7-11800H tested

The first Tiger Lake-H CPU has just been spotted on Geekbench.

It appears that notebook manufacturers have begun testing 11th Gen Core H-series CPUs. The first Tiger Lake-H processor to make its way to the Geekbench website is the Core i7-11800H, the new 8-core and 16-thread CPU based on Willow Cove architecture.

The Core i7-11800H will have a base clock of 2.3 GHz and a max boost up to 4.6 GHz. In comparison to already released Tiger Lake-H35 CPUs, the H-series will have twice as many cores. The U and H35 series were based on the same silicon. The H-series, on the other hand clearly needed more time to reach the market. It is currently expected that Intel will launch its 11th Gen Core H-Series by the end of the second quarter.

The CPU was tested using a Samsung 760XDA laptop, without a discrete GPU. The system was paired with 32GB of DDR4 memory.

Intel Core i7-11700H Specifications, Source: Geekbench

The CPU scores between 1400 to 1537 points in single-core benchmark and 7727 points to 8393 points in multi-core. Depending on the test run, the Core i7-11800H appears to be 3% to 13% faster in a single-core benchmark than Ryzen 7 5800H (also 8-core 45W CPU) and 8% to 17% faster in multi-core.

The Ryzen 5000 HX series are not yet listed in Geekbench performance charts, but it wouldn’t be a fair comparison anyway because the HX series are unlocked. The Ryzen 9 5900H, on the other hand, has an average of 1551/9006 points, which would be 1% and 7% faster than 11800H respectively, compared to the best score of Tiger Lake-H CPU.

Intel Core i7-11700H Benchmarks, Source: Geekbench

Mobile CPU Geekbench V5 Scores
CPUCores / ThreadsBase / Boost ClkSingle-CoreMulti-Core
Ryzen 9 5900H
 
8C/16T
 
3.3 / 4.6 GHz
 
1551
 
9006
Core i7-11800H
 
8C/16T
 
2.3 / 4.6 GHz
 
1537
 
8393
Core i7-11370H
 
4C/8T
 
3.3 / 4.8 GHz
 
1512
 
5001
Ryzen 7 5800H
 
8C/16T
 
3.2 / 4.4 GHz
 
1364
 
7146
Core i9-10885H
 
8C/16T
 
2.4 / 5.1 GHz
 
1220
 
6931
Core i7-10850H
 
6C/12T
 
2.7 / 5.1 GHz
 
1157
 
5409
Core i9-10750H
 
6C/12T
 
2.6 / 5.0 GHz
 
1141
 
5484

The i7-11800H is not the only 8-core CPU in the H-series lineup. Intel is also preparing Core i9-11900H with 300 MHz higher turbo and Core i9-11980HK which is an unlocked SKU with a boost at 5.0 GHz.

RUMORED Intel Tiger Lake H Series Specifications
Core SKUCores / ThreadsBase ClockAll-Core TurboMax 1-Core TurboTDP
Core i9-11980HK
 
8C/16T
 
2.6 GHz
 
4.5 GHz
 
5.0 GHz
 
45W+
Core i9-11900H
 
8C/16T
 
2.5 GHz
 
4.4 GHz
 
4.9 GHz
 
45W
Core i7-11800H
 
8C/16T
 
2.4 GHz
 
4.2 GHz
 
4.6 GHz
 
45W
Core i5-11400H
 
6C/12T
 
2.7 GHz
 
4.1 GHz
 
4.5 GHz
 
45W
Core i5-11260H
 
6C/6T (?)
 
2.6 GHz
 
4.0 GHz
 
4.4 GHz
 
45W
Core i7-11375H
 
4C/8T
 
3.3 GHz
 
4.3 GHz
 
5.0 GHz
 
35W
Core i7-11370H
 
4C/8T
 
3.3 GHz
 
4.3 GHz
 
4.8 GHz
 
35W
Core i5-11300H
 
4C/8T
 
3.1 GHz
 
4.0 GHz
 
4.4 GHz
 
35W

Source: Geekbench #1, #2, #3 via @Benchleaks




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