Today we have another Team Blue battle. We are putting the Intel Core i7-1165G7 against the Intel Core i7-10750H to determine whether the newer i7-1165G7 can stand up to the already well known and established i7-10750H.
While the 1165G7 sports the newer Tiger Lake architecture, it has fewer cores, threads, and has a lower base frequency and boost frequency. Let’s see if the old guard is still able to hold its own with the new one.
More info on the i7-1165G7: https://laptopmedia.com/processor/intel-core-i7-1165g7/
More info on the i7-10750H: https://laptopmedia.com/processor/intel-core-i7-10750h/
As far as specifications are concerned, the Core i7-10750H takes the lead here, as it has a higher core and thread count. To add to that it also possesses a higher boost clock speed of 5.00Ghz. Other than that the processors are pretty identical, besides the higher TDP of the Core i7-10750H.
|Intel Core i7-1165G7||Intel Core i7-10750H|
|Cores / Threads||4 / 8||6 / 12|
|Base / Max frequency||2.80 – 4.40 GHz||2.60 – 5.00 GHz|
|Cache||12 MB Cache||12 MB Cache|
|TDP / up / down||12W / 15W / 28W||45W|
|Memory support||DDR4-3200MHz, LPDDR4x-4267MHz||
|Integrated Graphics||Intel Iris Xe Graphics G7||Intel UHD Graphics 630|
The Intel Core i7-10750 takes the W in both of our tests. In the first test, which is a Cinebench 15 3D rendering benchmark, the i7-10750H took the lead with a 25% difference. In our second test, which includes 2D rendering in Adobe Photoshop, the i7-10750Hs win wasn’t as impressive, but half a second of a lead is still there at the end of the day.
Results are from the Cinebench 15 CPU test (the higher the score, the better)
Results are from the Fritz chess benchmark (the higher the score, the better)
Both CPUs are monsters when it comes to productivity and work, and you can’t go wrong with either of them, but if you want the best of both, the i7-10750H is the clear choice for you. It performed better in both of our tests, with a 25% lead in Cinebench 15, and a 0.5 seconds lead in Photoshop.