Intel’s upcoming Core i5-1350P CPU Benchmark Shows 6% Performance Gain Over Core i5-1250P

The performance of Intel’s new Core i5-1350P processor for low-power laptops has recently been tested for the first time using Geekbench software. Exactly one month after the Core i7-1370P was highlighted in the same test, this leak surfaced. This processor has 12 cores and 16 threads, including 4 Performance Cores and 8 Efficient Cores. The same arrangement was utilized for the i5-1250P CPU of the current generation. The clocks have been changed; the new base clock is 1.9 GHz (+200 MHz), and the new turbo clock is 4.7 GHz (+300 MHz).

The CPU was introduced alongside the Acer TravelMate P614-53 laptop, a lightweight business laptop. Intel’s P-series processors are frequently utilized in systems with integrated graphics. Considering the absence of the 12th Generation Core P-Series from the official Geekbench rating, it may be difficult to identify a point of comparison. But according to data from Notebookcheck’s testing, the Core i5-1350P is 6% faster in single-core tests and 2% faster in multicore tests when compared to the predecessor (Core i5-1250P). Thinner and lighter laptops from companies like Acer are expected to be revealed soon.

At CES 2023, Intel is expected to introduce its 13th Gen Core P series as soon as next week. Moreover, we are now aware of two Intel 13th Generation Core P-Series SKUs.

Via Geekbench