Intel, a Rocket-Lake S CPU has been tested on Geekbench

Intel, a Rocket-Lake S CPU has been tested on Geekbench
A few weeks ago we brought you the first benchmark on the popular 3DMark software run by an alleged engineering sample (ES) belonging to the next generation of Intel CPUs, codenamed Rocket Lake-S. The processor, equipped with 8 physical cores / 16 threads, boasted a base frequency of 3.2GHz and a maximum boost of 4.3GHz and had been tested with Fire Strike and Time Spy, obtaining respectively 1746 and 605 points.

Recently the well-known leaker @TUM_APISAK has returned to be talked about, publishing the results of the same CPU in Geekbench. Recall that, in a similar way to current Intel chips, the processor has 32KB of L1 cache for instructions, 48KB of L1 cache for data, 512KB of L2 cache and 16MB of L3 cache. Furthermore, as we can see from the screen below, the integrated GPU is composed of 32 Compute Units with a clock frequency of 1.15GHz and 6.33GB of VRAM. The latter, in particular, should employ Xe graphics architecture.

RocketLake S

Intel 0000

1 Processor 8 Cores, 16 Threads

GenuineIntel Family 6 Model 167 Stepping 0

Base 3.19 GHz

Maximum 4.28 GHz

Intel (R) Gen12 Mobile Graphics Controller

Compute Units 32

Maximum 1.15 GHz

Device Memory 6.33 GB

- APISAK (@TUM_APISAK) June 26, 2020

As for the results, a score of 6266 was obtained in the OpenCL test. For comparison, a Core i7-10700K with UHD Graphics 630 equipped with 24 Execution Units and a clock of 1200MHz reaches 6360 points. Obviously, as well as the benchmarks previously appeared on the net, these are only results based on a non-definitive version of the CPU, so we can still expect several optimizations from here to release, scheduled for next year.

Remember that the processors Rocket Lake-S should introduce several important innovations , such as core-high-performance-new generation, the new graphics architecture XE, support for PCI Express 4.0 with up to twenty lines to the CPU, Thunderbolt 4 via USB 4, new features for the overclocking, support for advanced codecs AV1 / HVECS 12-bit, and more. Fortunately, the CPU will be compatible with the motherboards currently on the market are equipped with chipsets of the 400 series.

At the moment it is still rather early to get an idea of what will be the real performance of the chips and how they're going to clash with the proposals of rival AMD, which currently is enjoying a huge popularity for its Ryzen .

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