The wait is finally over, and we yet to have the grand appearance of the Tiger Lake-H series on Geekbench. According to sources, Intel’s Core i7-11370H is a quad-core processor that comes with 12 MB of L3 cache plus 1.25 MB of L2 cache and 320 KB of combined L1 cache. The processor is a Hyper-Threaded processor with a base clock of 3.29 GHz and a boost clock of 4.79 GHz.
According to sources, intel’s Core i7-11370H has been manufactured on its Tiger Lake-U platform, which is highly unusual. But the processor is named Core i7-11370H, which should imply that it is based on the Tiger Lake-H platform. Intel, you have confused us. Due to this, many conspiracy theories are going on around the internet. One of them states that the Core i7-11370H is Intel’s 35 W Tiger Lake-H series processor. If it is accurate, the Core i7-11370H will be Intel’s equivalent to AMD’s HS-series of 35 W APUs.
However, the Core i7-11370H has scored 1,420 points in Geekbench single-core tests and 4,964 in its multi-core benchmark. The results are not a joke and prove that intel’s Core i7-11370H is a serious powerhouse. The scores put intel’s Core i7-11370H 17% ahead of its Core i5-10300H, especially in the multi-core benchmark. The benchmark score of Core i7-11370H is beyond anything the Comet Lake-H processor can achieve. The multi-core score of the Core i7-11370H is still within a margin of error with the Ryzen 7 4700U and is still lacking behind the Ryzen 5 4600H.
The Tiger Lake-H platform is indeed the next-gen processor line-up from intel. It may be leagues ahead of its predecessors, but it is still lagging behind AMD’s powerhouse processors. Whether AMD’s Zen 3 architecture is superior to intel’s Tiger Lake architecture or its merely specs matter is still unknown. But one thing is sure that intel needs to pick up its pace to hold its dominance in the market.
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