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Intel Core i7-11390H Tiger Lake 4-core mobile CPU tested in Geekbench

Following series of launches, the Intel Core i7-11390H Tiger Lake 4-core mobile CPU have been tested on Geekbench and are going to offer amazing single and multi core performance without any questions.

Intel’s Lake-H processors have gained immense popularity over time, for being one of the best mobile processors for superior performance. However, starting from the beginning of the launch, these processors have been segregated into two sections – the superior 8-core performance with 45-watts TDPs and the other standard 35-watts CPU.

However, despite the differences in their processing and functions, both of these processors have been designed to offer the best single threaded and multi-threaded performance as we have noticed before. Not only are they ideal for your standard desktop performance, they ideally work for the gaming laptops too.

Following the launches of the few Tiger Lake processors, there has been a new finding on the Geekbench platform, showing a new processor from the series, the Intel Core i7-11390H Tiger Lake 4-core mobile processor.

The CPU was displayed in the notebook marked as NV4XMJ, MK, MH which, which seems to be a whitebook made by Clevo, but nothing is completely confirmed at this point.

Intel Core i7-11390H tested in Geekbench
Source: Geekbench

For the kind of speculations, the performance in the Intel Core i7-11390H processor on Geekbench turned out to be pretty amazing. The test found the single threaded performance at 1697 score while the multithreaded performance had a score of 6062.

Intel Core i7-11390H spotted on Geekbench
Source: Geekbench

The first launch under the Tiger Lake series was the Core i7-1185G7 which came out with 28 watts TDP.

If the reports are to be consider, the performance of the upcoming Intel Core i7-11390H seems to be more in line with the Core i7-1195G7, which showcased single thread scores at 1700 and multithreaded scores at 6000.

Compared to Apple’s M1 silicon, it isn’t looking that the Intel’s Tiger-Lake H series is all out.

The previous benchmark leak of another CPU from the series happened a few days back and with the reports from the Intel Core i7-11390H, it looks like Intel has a pretty engaging year planned out.

As for the announcements, nothing has been officially released or reported yet, which means that the audience will have to wait till Intel comes out with the confirmation.

It is only then we’ll get to know the devices that will feature this new powerful processor. Until then, all we have is the Geekbench report.

Source: Geekbench (1, 2)

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