The laptop’s replacement for the 12th Gen Core i7-1270P “Alder Lake-P” CPU, the 13th Gen Core i7-1370P “Raptor Lake-P,” has leaked information. The HX “Enthusiast,” H “High-End,” and P “Mainstream” parts will be part of Intel’s 13th Gen Raptor Lake laptop CPU family, according to the most recent leaks. The most recent leak comes from an Intel Core i7-1370P, a mainstream model that was used in a Dynabook OK011A/0001 laptop.
Based on the 10nm ESF process node, the Intel Core i7-1370P has the same Raptor Cove and Gracemont hybrid architecture as the desktop Raptor Lake range. Six P-Cores and eight E-Cores are included in the CPU’s total of 14 cores and 20 threads. The HX processors will increase the core count to 24 cores and 32 threads, while the Raptor Lake-P range will reach its maximum with this configuration. This chip’s base frequency is 1.90 GHz, while its boost frequency can reach 5.0 GHz. Additionally, it has a 24 MB L3 cache.
The Intel Core i7-1370P CPU performed well, earning 1655 points in the single-core test and 10184 points in the multi-core test on the Geekbench 5 benchmark.
The CPU sits directly below the Core i7-13700H, which should be expected as the H portion has a larger TDP to operate with and also higher clock rates. This isn’t necessarily a tremendous improvement in performance and rounds up around 5% faster than the Core i7-1270P.
In a recent investor relations meeting, Intel announced that the 13th Gen Raptor Lake CPUs for mobile platforms will debut in late 2022, following the desktop launch. The actual hardware might not be available until late winter or early 2023, but we anticipate Intel will use both the top-tier RTX 40 series alternatives from NVIDIA, which will also be unveiled at CES 2023, and its own Arc A-series GPUs.
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