We saw Intel’s high-end Core i9-12900HK processor in tesdollarser, which continues its preparations for mobile processors after the desktop platform. Next up is the Intel Core i7-12700H, which is at a lower level, and again the Geekbench tesdollar series.

Gigabyte’s Aero 5 XE and HP’s Omen 17 laptops powered by the Core i7-12700H have been put to the test and provide an insight into the performance of the upcoming mobile Alder Lake-P. The scores displayed by both machines are quite close, so we can consider the accuracy of tesdollarserin to be high. Meanwhile, both machines appear to be equipped with DDR4-3200 memory, which may have limited their performance in single-threaded workloads.

Intel’s Core i7-12700H CPU features six high-performance Golden Cove cores and eight efficiency Gracemont cores. Since Alder Lake-P officially lacks AVX-512 support, the processor may be slower at certain workloads than chips that support these instructions. Additionally, Gigabyte’s laptop scored 6% higher on multi-threaded workloads, and these scores are in the table.

Core i7-12700H Core i7-11800H Ryzen 7 5800H Apple M1 Max Apple M1 Pro Apple M1
Single Core | integer 1157 1331 1247 1634 1618 1597
Single Core | float 1413 1556 1617 1924 1903 1896
Single Core | Crypto 3276 3784 3546 2821 2863 2783
Single Core | Score 1340 1521 1473 1780 1766 1746
Multiple Core | integer 10929 8231 8081 11370 8748 7013
Multiple Core | float 12251 8873 9239 14017 11104 8624
Multiple Core | Crypto 7186 6272 5075 22306 17139 10137
Multi-Core | Score 11138 8326 8305 12711 9874 7653

The Core i7-12700H surprisingly lags behind the Core i7-11800H and Ryzen 7 5800H in single-threaded workloads. Let’s also add that Apple is far behind the M1 series chips. Maybe faster memory usage would have given Intel’s chip an edge, but we’ll have to see different tesdollarser to find out.

Everything looks much better for the Core i7-12700H in multi-threaded Geekbench 5 workloads, as it outpaces both the Core i7-11800H and Ryzen 7 5800H. Still, Apple’s 10-core (eight high-performance, two energy-efficient) M1 Max processors beat Intel in multi-core tesdollarser.

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