News Intel's Eight-Core H45 Tiger Lake CPUs Are Just Weeks Away From Launch

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It remains to be seen how well Intel's H45 parts will perform in multi-core workloads that utilize more than four cores, though. We will know very soon
I could tell you, since their 4 cores have same consumption as amd's 8core while are more than two times slower their 8 cores has only two options
  1. Far far away in multicore performance with same power consumption as 5980hs
  2. Far away in multicore performance with much more wats
 

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The single tread performance for Tiger lake U is the best in the industry. With 8 cores, the Tiger lake H should take the multi thread performance lead as well.
 

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The single tread performance for Tiger lake U is the best in the industry. With 8 cores, the Tiger lake H should take the multi thread performance lead as well.
Not really honestly. Tiger lake U is quite average. Here you can see the competition can slightly win at 15w and loses slightly at 25-28w.

And when ignoring TDP and comparing against higher wattage laptop CPUs, Tiger Lake U really isn't the best at all.
View: https://imgur.com/V4XfA4X
 

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Not really honestly. Tiger lake U is quite average. Here you can see the competition can slightly win at 15w and loses slightly at 25-28w.

And when ignoring TDP and comparing against higher wattage laptop CPUs, Tiger Lake U really isn't the best at all.
View: https://imgur.com/V4XfA4X
Those are really low scores for Tigerlake in that review. Here is PC World:



Verge:

Let’s pop over to Cinebench R20, though, which the 1185G7 absolutely wrecked. It achieved a shockingly high score of 595 in single-core performance.

Hothardware, 27% ahead of a 4800u:



I'm not sure why Techspot's numbers are so different, but they still have TL 1165 (not 1185) out in front at 522/574, with nothing else over 500.

 

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Those are really low scores for Tigerlake in that review. Here is PC World:



Verge:

Let’s pop over to Cinebench R20, though, which the 1185G7 absolutely wrecked. It achieved a shockingly high score of 595 in single-core performance.

Hothardware, 27% ahead of a 4800u:



I'm not sure why Techspot's numbers are so different, but they still have TL 1165 (not 1185) out in front at 522/574, with nothing else over 500.

According intel fanboy:
585 for 1185G7 is "really low", but 600 (+3%), and 589 (+0.5%) are fine
574 for 1165G7 is "really low", but 574 (0%) is fine

Have you ever hear for margin of error? Do you know that if we follow your "really low" logic 5980HS also perform really bad in this benchmark and if you look around you could find better results? But why I trying to explain this to someone who say this
"I'm not sure why Techspot's numbers are so different, but they still have TL 1165 (not 1185) out in front at 522/574, with nothing else over 500."
well I could tell you, there is nothing over 500 because there is only ryzen 4000, any ryzen 5000. Do you do you make a difference between them? I could answer also to this question - No.
 

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According intel fanboy:
585 for 1185G7 is "really low", but 600 (+3%), and 589 (+0.5%) are fine
574 for 1165G7 is "really low", but 574 (0%) is fine

Have you ever hear for margin of error? Do you know that if we follow your "really low" logic 5980HS also perform really bad in this benchmark and if you look around you could find better results? But why I trying to explain this to someone who say this
"I'm not sure why Techspot's numbers are so different, but they still have TL 1165 (not 1185) out in front at 522/574, with nothing else over 500."
well I could tell you, there is nothing over 500 because there is only ryzen 4000, any ryzen 5000. Do you do you make a difference between them? I could answer also to this question - No.
Look at both power ratings 15w and 28w. NightHawkRMX's original chart has the 1187 at 15w scoring 503 and he claims it gets beaten by the competition at 15w. PC World has the 1187 at 557 @15w. That's significantly higher and puts it ahead of everything. Hothardware has the 1185 at 551 @15W. Again, way ahead of the score in the original link and first overall among 15w. At 28w, the original link has the 1187 @ 28w 20.5% ahead of the 4800u. PC World has the 1187 23.5% ahead. Verge has it 25.5% ahead. Hothardware has it 26.7% ahead. I stand by my statement, that the scores are much lower in the original link compared to other reviews.
 
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Look at both power ratings 15w and 28w. NightHawkRMX's original chart has the 1187 at 15w scoring 503 and he claims it gets beaten by the competition at 15w. PC World has the 1187 at 557 @15w. That's significantly higher and puts it ahead of everything. Hothardware has the 1185 at 551 @15W. Again, way ahead of the score in the original link and first overall among 15w. At 28w, the original link has the 1187 @ 28w 20.5% ahead of the 4800u. PC World has the 1187 23.5% ahead. Verge has it 25.5% ahead. Hothardware has it 26.7% ahead. I stand by my statement, that the scores are much lower in the original link compared to other reviews.
If you are not aware this are laptops with different power managment and more, this are intel's cpus. If you check the wattage direct from the socket you will see what I talking about, if there were something true in your conspiracy theory why the 28W scores are same?
 

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