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Intel Raptor Lake Core i5-1350P Benchmarks Leaks Online

Intel’s 13th Generation Core ‘Raptor Lake’ processors are scheduled to be unveiled in mobile form early in 2023, so it’s not unexpected that preliminary benchmark results have begun to leak. This time, results from Intel’s Core i5-1350P CPU were found in Primate Labs’ Geekbench 5 database (via Notebookcheck), exposing the unit’s performance in this synthetic benchmark.

The Core i5-1350P is a 12-core CPU with four high-performance Raptor Cove cores clocked at 1.90 GHz to 4.70 GHz and eight energy-efficient Gracemont cores. It is designed for 28W base power but can draw up to 64W under heavy loads (at least according to Intel’s P-series mobile products). This CPU is one of the mobile Raptor Lake processors that will not receive any more cores, so the performance boost over Alder Lake parts (in this example, the model i5-1250P) will be enabled primarily by higher turbo clocks and possibly some further performance tuning by PC makers.

The Core i5-1350P performed similarly to its predecessor when put in the yet-to-be-announced Acer TravelMate P614-53. Of course, because we’re talking about laptops, a lot is dependent on cooling and the power strategy chosen by the OEM.

The new Core i5-1350P CPU outperforms the Core i5-1250P by a slight margin in single-thread integer, float, and crypto workloads.

Core i5-1350P
credit: tomshardware

It also outperforms its predecessor in multi-thread, floating point workloads but falls short in multi-thread integer and crypto activities. When compared to Apple’s M2, the new Core i5-1350P was outperformed in single-threaded workloads but outperformed by 0.5% in multi-threaded operations. Meanwhile, in all Geekbench 5 tests, Apple’s eight-core M1 Pro surpasses Intel’s Core i5-1350P.

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We would refrain from drawing any conclusions about the Core i5-1350P here due to the fact that we are dealing with pre-production hardware, but given that the new CPU only has higher clocks than its predecessor, we would not anticipate it to be significantly faster than the Core i5-1250P in general.

Still, certain notebook manufacturers may be able to develop a stronger cooling system and have it run at maximum speeds for significantly longer periods of time, which will improve real-world performance (albeit not on performance in Geekbench, which is a synthetic benchmark).

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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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