ASUS’s next-generation VivoBook has been noticed with an 8 core Intel Alder Lake-P Mobility CPU within the UserBenchmark database.
ASUS Readies Subsequent-Gen VivoBook Laptop computer With An 8 Core Alder Lake-P Mobility CPU & Up To 16 GB DDR4 Reminiscence
Three entries of the ASUS VivoBook X1603ZA laptop computer have been made inside UserBenchmark & all three are primarily based on the identical Alder Lake-P Mobility CPU configuration. In comparison with current-gen fashions, ASUS appears to be giving a pleasant enhance to the general laptop computer with a 16″ configuration that is presently not accessible.
Coming to the specs, the CPU is an Intel Alder Lake-P which options 8 cores & 12 threads. From what we all know, that is primarily based on 4 Golden Cove (8 Thread) and 4 Gracemont cores (4 Thread). The ASUS VivoBook appears to be an early prototype as its clock speeds are reported at a measly 1 GHz base clock and a median enhance pace of as much as 2.6 GHz. Even in an early state, the CPU offers out some spectacular efficiency numbers in comparison with the Core i7-1185G7 throughout the similar CPU benchmark.
The Intel Alder Lake-P CPU scores 153 factors in single-core and 739 factors in multi-core checks whereas the Tiger Lake-based Core i7-1185G7 scores 159 factors in single-core and 582 factors in multi-core checks. For comparability, the Tiger Lake chip has an enormous benefit in clock speeds with a 3 GHz base and 4.8 GHz max enhance clock. Once more, these are very early efficiency figures and the platform isn’t optimized but to showcase the true potential of Alder Lake mobility processors.
With that stated, different specs of the ASUS VivoBook laptop computer embody 16 GB of DDR4-3200 dual-channel reminiscence, a 1 TB Micron NVMe Gen 4 SSD, and Intel UHD graphics which ought to characteristic as much as 96 Xe Execution Items.
Intel Alder Lake-P Sequence SKUs
The Intel Alder Lake P sequence options the U15, U28, and H45. The U15, U28, and H45 have energy rankings of 15W (12/20W), 28W (20W), and 45W (35W) respectively. The U15 sequence will include as much as 2 large cores and as much as 8 small cores. The U28 sequence will include as much as 6 large cores and as much as 8 small cores.
The H45 sequence will include as much as 6 large cores and as much as 8 small cores. All three characteristic 96 Graphics Execution Items. The U sequence appears to be put in mainstream and efficiency laptops that includes Tiger Lake processors. The H sequence appears to be a direct substitute for Tiger Lake-H35 which is in transportable gaming laptops. Intel’s Alder Lake-P laptops can be hitting the retail phase after CES 2022.
Intel Alder Lake vs Tiger Lake Mobility CPU TDPs
|CPU Section||PL1 TDP||PL2 TDP||Cores / Threads|
|Alder Lake-H55||55W/45W||>115W||12 / 16?|
|Alder Lake-H45||45W/35W||115W||12 / 16?|
|Tiger Lake-H45||45W||109W (i7-11800H)|
|8 / 16|
|Alder Lake-U28||20W/28W||64W||12 / 16?|
|Tiger Lake-U28||28W||54W (i7-1185G7)||4 / 8|
|Alder Lake-U15||15W/20W||55W||4 / 12?|
|Tiger Lake-U15||15W||44W (Core i7-1180G7)||4 / 8|
|Alder Lake-U9||9W/15W||30W||5 / 6?|
|Tiger Lake-U9||9W||28W||4 / 8|
|Alder Lake-M5||7W/5W||~20W||5 / 6?|