We’ve had some leaks regarding the upcoming Intel’s Comet Lake-H series CPUs already, now Dell’s Latitude 14 5401 has been spotted on Geekbench & UserBenchmark. It is seen featuring the quad-core Core i5-10400H which suggests the CPUs are soon expected to debut in the market.
@TUM_APISAK has again spotted these benchmarks of the Dell Latitude 5411 with the Core i5-10400H with a base clock speed of 2.6 GHz. The laptop performed significantly well at the Geekbench scoring a single-core score of 1,197 and a multi-core score of 3,367.
We see a strong single-core score which pretty good for gaming purposes but the multi-core score doesn’t seem that impressive against the likes of AMD’s gaming APUs. The Dell Latitude 5411 has been spotted on UserBenchmark.
The Intel Core i5-10400H give a single-core score of 138 points, which is pretty impressive for a quad-core mid-ranged CPU. Its single-core score is very solid only after the high-end Core i7 and i9 parts from Intel.
The Intel Core i5-10400H has a base clock of 2.6 GHz along with a boost of 4.6 GHz, and it operates with an 8 MB cache and 45 W TDP. The clock rates of the new Comet Lake-H processor are significantly higher than those of the Coffee Lake predecessor Core i5-9400H.
The UserBenchmark result of the Intel Core i5-10400H is based on a single sample and so, Intel’s can get the most single-core performance out of its processors. Soon when this Coronavirus pandemic situation gets resolved Intel will launch its new Comet Lake-H processors in the market.
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