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First benchmark of the upcoming 6-core “Coffee Lake-H” mobile CPU

Intel officially launched its 8th generation more than a week ago and since the focus is on the Kaby Lake-R chips as there is no information about the other. But now we might be looking at the first ever benchmark of a Coffee Lake chip. GeekBench’s database is giving us a first glance at an upcoming 6-core Core i7 chip based on the Coffee Lake architecture.

We are looking at a 6 core 12 thread (Hyper-Threading) CPU with a base clock speed of 2.60 GHz and 9MB of L3 cache. Intel’s approach is to ditch the dual-core processors and move onto higher core/thread count. However, to compensate for the higher core count and keep power-consumption low, the base clock speed is kept low at 2.60 GHz. Nonetheless, Boost clocks are higher than before reaching 4.00 GHz as we saw on the Core i7-8550U.

With this introductory done, we can easily explain the results that the unnamed Core i7 CPU scored in GeekBench. We see a single-core score of 4013 points which isn’t anything groundbreaking and it is very similar to last gen’s Core i7-7700HQ. This is to be expected because of the fairly low base clock. However, the new 8th gen CPU shines in multi-core performance which shouldn’t be a surprise. It scored 19129 points which is around 40% higher than the Core i7-7700HQ.

What does that mean for users? If you are doing photo and video editing and rendering as a whole (or other CPU intensive work) this change to more cores will be more than welcome for you. However, if you are a casual gamer we don’t think that it’s worth the upgrade. Nonetheless, we are very excited to see the new chips and test them for ourselves.

Meanwhile, you can check all Intel products over here: http://amzn.to/2shqjEj