The Core m7-6Y75 is a mobile SoC from the previous Skylake generation but we just had the chance to test one of those fine specimens in Dell’s Latitude 13 7370.
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Quite impressive for a CPU with just 4.5W but the Core m7-6Y75 was able to beat dual-core 15W TDP processors from the Broadwell and Haswell generation – this includes the Intel Core i7-5500U and Core i7-4500U. In fact, the processor even beat the 7th Generation Intel Core i3-7100U.
Of course, this is based on short synthetic benchmarks but due to the passive cooling solution the Core m processors use, they can’t keep the Turbo Boost frequencies for longer than a few seconds. So for extended workload, the 15W TDP chips are still better.
You can check out our CPU rankings here: http://laptopmedia.com/top-laptop-cpu-ranking/
The full review of the Latitude 13 7370 can be read here: http://laptopmedia.com/review/dell-latitude-13-7370-review-silent-feature-packed-reliable-and-portable-premium-business-solution/