Intel Tiger Lake, the Pentium Gold 7505 appears in a benchmark

Intel Tiger Lake, the Pentium Gold 7505 appears in a benchmark
Twitter user Coelacanth's Dream accidentally stumbled upon an HP Pavilion x360 convertible laptop equipped with an Intel Tiger Lake processor while consulting the Geekbench 5 database. Specifically, the laptop is equipped with an Intel Pentium Gold 7505, a dual core processor designed for use in entry level systems.

Intel Pentium Gold 7505

Family 6 Model 140 (0x8c) - Tiger Lake-U
2-Core / 4-Thread

Base: 2.00GHz, Boost: 3.48 (3.5) GHz?

L2: 1.25MB x2

L3: 4.00MB x1 https://t.co/ySO2ptM4Dz

- Coelacanth's Dream (@Latimeria_Dream) August 25, 2020



According to specifications reported on Geekbench 5, the Pentium Gold 7505 will offer two cores and four threads, a base clock of 2GHz and a boost clock of 3.48GHz. The processor is equipped with 1.25MB of L2 cache per core, which confirms its belonging to the Tiger Lake family. The CPU should have a TDP of 15W and is therefore perfect for use in low power portable devices. As you can see from the image below, the Pentium Gold 7505 got a score of 1093 in Single Core and 2326 in Multi Core.

Credit: Geekbench 5 Remember that next Wednesday will be a really interesting day as Intel finally will officially unveil all the plans for the expected 11th generation Tiger Lake chips, the first to use the 10nm SuperFin technology of the well-known chipmaker. By combining Willow Cove cores and integrated Xe LP GPUs, the Santa Clara-based company intends to use Tiger Lake to strengthen its position in the laptop market.
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