Intel Processor N95 equipped exclusively with E-Core cores tested

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Company Intel it is getting rid of the names Celeron and Pentium, instead it is usually just Processor. There were already some rumors about the Intel N100 and N200 processors, and benchmarks of the 8-core N300 and N305 versions were also shown. But what is it really about? Intel is preparing low-end processors of the Alder Lake-N architecture, which will consist only of economical Gracemont cores. So these processors will only have E-Cores, but no P-Cores. This should make them ideal for cheap laptops or tablets, where the price is low and extreme performance is not required. This does not necessarily mean that these processors are unusably weak, but we certainly shouldn’t expect miracles.

In the case of a processor Intel N95, whose benchmarks have now been leaked to the public, is a 4-core processor with 4-core support (ie without Hyper-Threading), and should have a base clock of 1.7 GHz and a Boost to 2.8 GHz. The maximum frequency of 2814 MHz was measured in the test. The processor has 2 MB of L2 cache and 6 MB of shared L3 cache.

And what is the performance of this processor? The Single-Core score is 781 points, which is understandably a long way back from today’s peak, which exceeds the 2000 point mark. However, it surpasses, for example, the old high-end mobile chip Core i7-4710HQ (763 points from 3.5 GHz), but it is, for example, slower than the 3.1 GHz Ryzen 3 1200 (820 points). These are quite old processors, but for a super economical low-end it’s not that bad.

The Multi-Core performance will not make me happy, where with 4 cores I was expecting to exceed the 2,000 mark, but it wasn’t too far and got 1,978 points. Today’s 13th generation Core surpasses that with a single core. The 2-core Core i3-6100 (1944 points) was roughly at this level, but so was the old 8-core Opteron 3365 (1974 points). Phenom II X6 1090T Black Edition with 1998 points was just a drop faster.


Source: Svět hardware from www.svethardware.cz.

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