Just a month after the official release of the Intel Core i7-11390H CPU, a new HP laptop with the same processor configuration has been spotted on Geekbench.
The Intel Lake-H processors are hands down one of the most coveted released by Intel so far, putting them as the best mobile processors available in the market. However, ever since the initial launch, the lake-H processors have been further divided into two sections – the octa-core performance with 45-watts TDPs and the ones with the 35-watts TDPs.
However, amidst all the rave, the Intel Core i7-11390H processor was spotted just last month and now Geekbench has a new listing for an HP laptop with the same CPU.
The reports on the Geekbench listing suggests that the upcoming HP laptop with the new CPU has a single core score of 1627 and a multi-core score of 5369. The device is powered by the 4-cores and 8 threads processors for superior and unmatched performance.
Also, the listed HP laptop’s processor comes with a base clock speed of 3.39GHz and maximum frequency of 4.99GHz with up to 12MB cache. Although not clear at this point, but chances are that the device is going to be available with 16GB integrated memory options, if the listing is anything to go by.
Following the spotting of the Intel Core i7-11390H Spotted on Geekbench last month, the tech critiques were pretty impressed by the performance, showcasing a single core score of 1697 and multi core score of 6062. The processor is backed with 4-cores configuration.
While several people had speculations that Apple’s M1 silicon would end up overthrowing Intel’s legacy, looks like that isn’t the case after all. Intel does look like they have an engaging year ahead, if the new laptop listings are anything to go by.
As for any further announcements of the upcoming HP laptop, nothing has been reported or announced yet by the official sources, so all we can do at this point is just wait things out. Until then, we have to look out for the Geekbench report and expect a revolutionizing design from HP in the days to come.