Intel Alder Lake P series Laptop processors will be available in notebooks soon, and despite the official introduction of these processors, there are still not many benchmarks, especially for their 28-watt models.
According to Wccftech, on February 6, 2015, the benchmark results of the two processors Core i7-1280P and Core i5-1240P were published on the Geekbench website, which shows the difference between the P series processors and Alder Lake H series processors.
The difference between the two series of processors actually goes back to their thermal power. The P series uses a base heat output of 28 watts and a boost frequency power output of 64 watts; While the basic thermal power of the H series is equal to 45 watts and the thermal power of the boost frequency of this series is equal to 115 watts. Alder Lake P series processors have a lower base frequency; But most processors in both series with 14 cores and 20 threads use the same configuration.
In this benchmark, two processors Core i7-1280P and Core i5-1240P can be seen, the first with 14 cores (8 + 6), 20 strings, 24 MB of L3 cache, 1.8 GHz base frequency and 4.8 GHz boost frequency The latter is equipped with 12 cores (8 + 4), 16 strings, 12 MB L3 cache, 1.7 GHz base frequency and 4.4 GHz boost frequency. As mentioned earlier, the thermal power of both processors is 28 watts in base mode and 64 watts in boost mode.
Core i7-1280P benchmark
Core i5-1240P benchmark
In the Geekbench benchmark, the performance of the two processors on the Lenovo laptop is the same as the 4810RD0100, except that the Core i7-1280P processor has 32GB of DDR4-2600 memory, while the Core i5-1240P processor has 1GB of RAM. The 1280P scored 1,784 points in the single-core test and 9,790 points in the multi-core test; While the 1240P achieved a score of 1,648 single-core and 8,550 multi-core.
The results of this benchmark show that the performance of the Alder Lake Core i7-1280P processor is on par with the flagship Ryzen 9 6900HX processor and Intel’s most powerful 11th generation laptop processor, the Core i9-11980HK. Not to mention that these processors have a lot of thermal power.
Alder Lake Core i7-1280P processor was much faster in the single-core test than the other two processors, and compared to the 95-watt desktop processors of the Core i9-11900K and Ryzen 7 5800X, it had a similar performance, which is a very impressive result.
The Intel Core i5 1240P processor also outperformed the Ryzen 5 6600H and even beat the flagship Core i7-1195G7 Tiger Lake. The base frequency of the flagship Tiger Lake is 26 watts and its maximum boost power is 50 to 60 watts, and with these results and performance, it can defeat its previous generation, the Core i5-1135G7, by more than double the difference.
Alder Lake P series single-core processor test
Multi-core test of Alder Lake P series processors
The results of this benchmark on the performance of Intel 28-watt processors, even considering the maximum power of 64 watts, promise great achievements for Intel.