Core i5-1350P Benchmarks Leak: Barely Beats Predecessor



Intel is expected to unveil the mobile versions of its 13th Generation Core ‘Raptor Lake’ processors early in 2023, so it is not surprising that their preliminary benchmark results have started to leak. This time around results of Intel’s Core i5-1350P CPU ended up in Primate Labs’s Geekbench 5 database (via Notebookcheck), revealing performance of the unit in this synthetic benchmark. 

The Core i5-1350P is a 12-core processor packing four high-performance Raptor Cove cores operating at 1.90 GHz – 4.70 GHz as well as eight energy-efficient Gracemont cores. It is designed for 28W base power, but can draw up to 64W under high loads (at least based on what Intel’s P-series mobile products are designed for). This CPU is one of the one of those mobile Raptor Lake processors that are not going to get any additional cores, so the performance uplift compared to Alder Lake parts (the model i5-1250P in this case) will be enabled solely by higher turbo clocks and perhaps some additional performance tuning by PC makers. 



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