The newest standard of Intel's Core Ultra 9 185H "Meteor Lake" CPU has actually dripped and it reveals strong multi-core efficiency.
Intel Meteor Lake, Core Ultra 9 185H, CPU Impresses In Latest Leaked Benchmark But Still Room For Improvement
We have actually currently seen the standards of the Intel Core Ultra 9 185H CPU in Geekbench 5, the previous outcomes were rather underwhelming with the chip hardly beating last-gen Core i7 chips. We now have the newest criteria which reveal much better efficiency, specifically in multi-core tests, where the CPU now sits on par with "HX" class lover processors that not just run at greater clock speeds however likewise have much greater TDPs.
In regards to specs, the Intel Core Ultra 9 185H "Meteor Lake" CPU would include 16 Cores (6 P-Cores + 8 E-Cores + 2 LP E-Cores) and 22 threads, together with an optimal frequency touching the 5.1 GHz barrier. The chip provides 24 MB of L3 cache and will include a TDP of around 28-45W. The PC was set up with 64 GB of DDR5 memory though the specific specifications are not understood.
Coming directly to the efficiency figures, the Intel Core Ultra 9 185H" Meteor Lake "CPU scored 1873 points in single-core and 13,796 points in multi-core tests. This is a much faster multi-core output than the Core i9-12950HX which uses the 8 P-Cores+ 8 E-Cores and performs at a greater TDP of as much as 157W (PL2). The single-core test has actually improved too however it can still see an enhancement because the Alder Lake & Raptor Lake parts provide much better efficiency around the exact same clock speeds.