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Intel Meteor Lake: Core Ultra 9 185H with 5.1 GHz convinces in multi-core benchmark

It is an impressive performance that Intel’s Core Ultra 9 185H “Meteor Lake” CPU shows in the latest benchmarks. Nevertheless, there is of course still room for improvement. After all, the previous results in Geekbench 5 were rather disappointing, as the chip could barely outperform the predecessors of the last generation Core i7. But now it suddenly shows a much better performance, especially in multi-core tests. Here, the CPU is now on par with enthusiast processors of the “HX” class, which not only run at higher clock rates, but also have much higher TDPs. The latest performance rating of the Intel Core Ultra 9 185H CPU is also just a leak, but it is impressive in terms of multi-core performance.

Source: Intel

The Intel Core Ultra 9 185H “Meteor Lake” CPU offers impressive specifications. With 16 cores (6 P-cores, 8 E-cores and 2 LP E-cores) and 22 threads, it reaches a maximum frequency of 5.1 GHz. The chip is equipped with 24 MB L3 cache and has a TDP of about 28-45 watts. Additionally, the PC is equipped with 64 GB of DDR5 memory, but the exact specifications are not known.

Source:: Geekbench 5 Database

The Intel Core Ultra 9 185H “Meteor Lake” CPU achieved 1873 points in single-core tests and 13,796 points in multi-core tests. The latter is even faster than the multi-core performance of the Core i9-12950HX, which runs with 8 P-cores and 8 E-cores and has a higher TDP of up to 157W (PL2). The single-core test has also improved, but there is still room for further improvement as the Alder Lake and Raptor Lake models offer better performance at similar clock rates.

Source: Geekbench 5 Database

In a little over a month, the Intel Meteor Lake CPU will hit the market. It is likely that more information about its performance will be revealed in the meantime. The official launch date is December 14 and retailers have already started listing the first laptop designs. Initially, the lineup will focus on the mainstream platform, followed by higher-end Core Ultra chip designs in early 2024.

Source: Geekbench

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eastcoast_pete

Urgestein

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Nur als Vermutung (habe keine Inside Kontakte bei Intel), aber das hier fiel mir schon auf: "64 GB DDR5-Speicher". Wohl rein zufällig 😁 genau soviel RAM, wie Qualcomm ihrem neuen Snapdragon Extreme Laptops spendiert hatten, mit denen sie ihre Vergleichs Benchmarks zu AMD, Intel und Apple's M2 durchführten. Und das LPDDR5 RAM das Qualcomm benutzt hat war sehr, sehr schnell (deutlich über 8000). Da stelle ich mir vor, daß Intel dann gedacht hat, das können wir auch, und hier sieht man die Ergebnisse. Qualcomm positioniert ihre Oryon Kerne/SoCs ja als sparsamere und schnellere Alternative zu Intels (und AMDs) mobilen APUs, und Intel wird schon dafür sorgen, daß QC hier einen steilen und steinigen Pfad vor sich hat.

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Danke für die Spende



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