Core i5-1250P for laptops: an Alder Lake-P ahead of the Ryzen 5 5600H

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A second range of processors Alder Lake lands. It is focused on energy efficiency, as it was designed for laptops.

It’s not always easy to find your way around the number of references that Intel is able to deploy around a new range of CPUs. Thus, at the beginning of November, we were testing the first salvo of Alder Lake-S processors, intended for desktop machines.

Three Alder Lake-P already mentioned

Today we have some new information about the Alder Lake-Ps that Intel is making for laptops. Three references have already been mentioned through various rumors: the Core i7-1280P, the Core i7-1260P and the Core i5-1250P.

This one is making headlines right now. In effect, Tom’s Hardware relays the first performance measurements that oppose it to an AMD desktop processor, the Ryzen 7 5800X. The theoretical gap between the two chips is clearly confirmed here and the Intel processor is well behind that of AMD: -6.8% on the test single-core of Geekbench 5, and -18.2% on the test multi-core.

Unable to overflow a CPU desktop, the Core i5-1250P should rather be pitted against portable models like the Ryzen 5 5600H. There, the number of cores and threads is more in favor of Intel (12c/16t against 6c/12t), and the performance suffers: 1,611 vs 1,234 points in single-coreand 8,789 vs. 5,501 points in multi-core.

Power therefore does not seem to be a problem for the Alder Lake-P CPUs, but we are now waiting to see the consumption of these chips that Intel has presented as particularly sober, but which, on paper, are above ( 28W) of the Ryzen 5 5600H (15W).

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Source : Tom’s Hardware

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