Friday, May 20, 2022

Intel Raptor Lake-P 14 Core ES Mobility CPU Spotted online

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In the User Benchmark database, an Intel Raptor Lake-P 14 Core Engineering Sample CPU has been discovered, displaying performance that is faster than the present Alder Lake Core i9-12900HK CPU. On the ‘ERB Evaluation Reference Board, the sample that was spotted was reviewed. The chip is referred to as an Intel Raptor Lake-P CPU, which has 14 cores and 20 threads.

This arrangement has 6 P-Cores and 8 E-Cores. The P-cores use the new Raptor Cove cores, whereas the E-cores use the Gracemont architecture. Intel is projected to expand the number of E-Cores in the future, however, this isn’t the case for all SKUs. This SKU is the same as the high-end Alder Lake-P chips in terms of configuration.

The expected SKUs are detailed below:

  • Intel Core i9 K-Series (8 Golden + 16 Grace) = 24 Cores / 32 Threads / 68 MB?
  • Intel Core i7 K-Series (8 Golden + 8 Grace) = 16 Cores / 24 Threads / 54 MB?
  • Intel Core i5 K-Series (6 Golden + 8 Grace) = 14 Cores / 20 Threads / 44 MB?
  • Intel Core i5 S-Series (6 Golden + 4 Grace) = 14 Cores / 16 Threads / 37 MB?
  • Intel Core i3 S-Series (4 Golden + 0 Grace) = 4 Cores / 8 Threads / 20 MB?
  • Intel Pentium S-Series (2 Golden + 0 Grace) = 4 Cores / 4 Threads / 10 MB?

The basic clock speed of the Raptor Lake-P CPU was 2.5 GHz, with a boost clock speed of 4.2 GHz. Onboard Iris Xe graphics and 16 GB of LPDDR5 memory operating at 5200 Mbps were used to power the platform. The operating system was installed on a single WD NVMe SSD.

The Intel Raptor Lake-P mobile CPU scored 202 points in single-core testing and 2052 points in all-core testing

Raptor Lake-P
Intel Raptor Lake-P 14 Core CPU has been spotted and benchmarked within UserBenchmark. (Image Credits: Momomo_US)

Because UserBenchmark is notorious for favouring AMD CPUs, we’re not going to test the performance of the leaked Raptor Lake component to any Ryzen CPUs, instead opting for Intel’s own Alder Lake CPUs. The Core i9-12900HK, which has the same 14 core and 20 thread CPU configuration but runs at a higher base frequency of 2.9 GHz and a boost clock of 4.3 GHz, is also included in the benchmark database.

Despite this, the Intel Raptor Lake CPU outperforms the competition in both single and multi-core tests. In single and multi-core workloads, the Raptor Lake-P ES sample outperforms the significantly higher-clocked Core i5-12600K. This is particularly impressive given that the mobility chip is power limited, but the ‘K’ series components are entirely unlocked. The CPU loses to the Core i7-12700K in all-core performance, but mainly because the latter has more performance cores than E-cores.

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Intel’s Alder Lake-P series was just released, and the high-end Alder Lake-HX parts for enthusiasts and workstation laptops will be available soon. Raptor Lake-P CPUs should be available by the end of 2022 or the beginning of 2023, based on this.

Improvements like the new Raptor Cove cores and larger cache sizes will undoubtedly help raise performance, and final chips are projected to run at extremely high clock speeds, so think of this as a preview of what’s to come on the mobile platform.

also read:

Here’s Everything We Know about the AMD Radeon RX 6950 XT, RX 6750 XT, RX 6650 XT ‘RDNA 2 Refresh’ Graphics Cards


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Nivedita Bangari
Nivedita Bangari
I am a software engineer by profession and technology is my love, learning and playing with new technologies is my passion.


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