i5 and i7 laptop processors: 40% faster than AMD

Some new leaks this time from China let us see results and tests, not only of the new Alder Lake i5-12500H and i7-12700H laptop processors, but more details of upcoming laptops based on the twelfth generation of Intel. Intel’s i7 and i5 laptop processors have surprised by far outperforming AMD’s for the same product range.

During these days, several leaks related to Intel Core i5 and Intel Core i7-12700H processors have begun to be seen, where these new CPUs have supposedly been accessed, as well as at least one new generation laptop.

Comparative tests of the Intel i5-12500H and i7-12700H

Alder Lake-P Benchmark

According to the information known through the Asian publication, the processor benchmarks are known Intel Core i7-12700Has well as for Intel Core CPU i5-12500H. Both processors will pass a series of synthetic tests such as Cinebench or own of CPU-Z.

According to the data revealed, it is very surprising how this mid-range processor is really giving very good results, even being a 34.62% faster the Intel i7 compared to the AMD Ryzen 7 5800H, its most direct competitor.

The Intel i7-12700H is a cpu 6 cores (P-Cores) together to 8 cores (E-Cores) of low energy consumption, having a total of 20 processing threads at a base frequency of 3,500MHz Y 4,700MHz in boost, and with just one 45W TDP. In counterpoint we have his younger brother, the Intel Core i5-12500H that offers 4 cores (P-Cores) of high performance and has 8 cores of low consumption (E-Cores), giving a total of 12 processing threads with a base frequency of 3,300 MHz and 4,500 MHz.

The Intel Core 12 Laptop Series
Cinebench Benchmark

Although the new Intel H-series processors were officially presented in January, they are not expected on the market until the first week of February. This date is completely speculative, given that Intel has not yet officially ruled on the matter. But looking at all the earnings releases in Asia in particular, we can’t rule out that the first test drives are in the hands of some lucky hardware analysts.

As has been seen in the tests, these new Intel processors that will come out under the H-Series enclave can overcome -supposedly- up to 34% in performance at AMD Ryzen 7 5800H in multiprocess, while in single process work it is a 24.78% faster, something not unreasonable if we speak and put before the Intel i7, it would be the high end of the series, but in consideration as we have seen in the comparison, the i5-12500H which could be the lowest in the Intel family for these processors, this still outperforms by a 17% to Ryzen himself.

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