Intel’s next-gen 14-core Core i7-1370P mobile CPU shows up with 5.0 GHz clock

Published: 28th Nov 2022, 09:02 GMT   Comments

Another Intel 14-core CPU has been spotted

Intel Alder Lake-P, Source: Intel

Thus far leaks on Intel 13th Gen Core mobile platform have been focusing on Intel’s H, HK and HX (45/55W+) series, all considered high-end series for gaming. However, Intel is also preparing its low-power P-series with default TDP at 28W. Those can be found in ultra-thin laptops or high-end tablets.

According to Geekbench database, a new Core i7-1370P processors has just been tested there. The product that was used is Dynabook (previously owned by Toshiba), so undoubtedly a portable device although the listing does not explicitly say what product. However, Dynabook does not make any tablets or Mini-PCs, thus this is undeniably a new laptop.

Intel Core i7-1370P Specifications, Source: GeekbenchCAPTION_END]

The Core i7-1370P processor feature 14 cores and 20 threads, which means it has the same configuration as current-gen Core i7-1280P. Technically, it could be considered a rebrand with higher clocks because both SKUs share the same L1-3 cache sizes. And speaking of clocks, this model boosts up to 5.0 GHz, which is 200 MHz higher than any of the previous Core P-Series SKUs. The base clock isn’t the highest though, its predecessor (i7-1270P) did actually boost 300 MHz higher (2.2 GHz).

Intel Core i7-1370P Performance, Source: GeekbenchCAPTION_END]

In terms of performance, the sample data is not sufficient to make any meaningful comparison. Geekbench did not even add 12th Gen Core P-series to their official ranking, probably because of how many different (thermal throttled) devices use P-series. However, based on the limited data it is clear the 13th Gen Core model will have higher multi-core performance because of the two added Gracemont cores.

Intel 12th Gen Core P-Series were launched on January 4th this year. Therefore, the successor should make a debut exactly a year later at CES 2023.

Intel Core 28W P-Series Mobile CPUs
VideoCardzCore/Threads ↓Performance CoresEfficient CoresP-Core BaseP-Core BoostTDP (Max)
Raptor Lake-P (U28)
Core i7-1370P
 
14C/20T
 
6
 
8
 
1.9 GHz
 
5.0 GHz
 
28W (?W)
Alder Lake-P (U28)
Core i7-1280P
 
14C/20T
 
6
 
8
 
1.8 GHz
 
4.8 GHz
 
28W (64W)
Core i7-1270P
 
12C/16T
 
4
 
8
 
2.2 GHz
 
4.8 GHz
 
28W (64W)
Core i7-1260P
 
12C/16T
 
4
 
8
 
2.1 GHz
 
4.7 GHz
 
28W (64W)
Core i5-1250P
 
12C/16T
 
4
 
8
 
1.7 GHz
 
4.4 GHz
 
28W (64W)
Core i5-1240P
 
12C/16T
 
4
 
8
 
1.7 GHz
 
4.4 GHz
 
28W (64W)
Core i3-1220P
 
10C/12T
 
2
 
8
 
1.5 GHz
 
4.4 GHz
 
28W (64W)

Source: Geekbench via @BenchLeaks




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