The battle between flagship Core i7s in the laptop world is here. With one of them being part of a completely new line-up, based on a brand new architecture and using only 15W, and the other being based on well-established hardware and employing more cores – who will win? Let’s find out.
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First, let’s check out the Core i7-1065 G7 – it has a 10nm lithography, four cores (eight threads) and is a ULV processor. Its cores work at a base frequency of 1.50 GHz and are able to reach up to 3.90 GHz in Turbo mode. In the other corner, there is a significantly more power-hungry Core i7-9750H. It uses 45W of power and is built on a 14nm FinFET architecture. It has a Base clock speed of 2.60 GHz and a maximum Turbo one of 4.50 GHz. Additionally, it has six cores and twelve threads and also 12MB of Cache, whereas its opponent has “only” 8MB.
Intel Core i7-1065 G7’s iGPU is part of the newest Iris plus graphics chips of Intel, while Core i7-9750H is equipped with the good ol’ Intel UHD Graphics 630.
Okay, so Geekbench shows impressive results. Even though it uses less power, the Core i7-1065 G7 is able to outscore its opponent in the Single-Core test. However, its strenght is just not enough to beat a processor with 50% more cores.
|Geekbench Single-Core||Geekbench Multi-Core|
|Intel Core i7-1065 G7||5234||17330|
|Intel Core i7-9750H||5011||19925|
While Intel Core i7-9750H was clearly the overal winner in this comparison, we have to note the huge potential of the Core i7-1065 G7. Not only it has a potential but it was able to win the Single-Core showdown with a small but deliberate margin. This means only good things about laptop processors future.
All laptops equipped with the Intel Core i7-1065 G7
All laptops equipped with the Intel Core i7-9750H