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The Intel “Lunar Lake” Core Ultra 7 268V CPU appears on Geekbench.

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Unveiling the Intel “Lunar Lake” Core Ultra 7 268V Processor on Geekbench

Intel’s cutting-edge Core Ultra 200 CPU lineup is on the brink of release, set to hit markets as early as September. Positioned for use in low-energy mobile devices, this series is anticipated to support Copilot+ as a result of its stellar AI capabilities. While AI performance is paramount, the CPU and GPU performance metrics remain crucial. Thankfully, a recent leak on Geekbench has provided insights into the single-core and multi-core performance levels.

The Geekbench listings (#1, #2) disclosed by VideoCardz reveal a peak frequency of 4.9 GHz on an engineering sample. The LP-Cores are projected to hit 3.7 GHz, however, they are not currently detectable on Geekbench. The test platform was furnished with 32 GB of memory and was operating on Windows 11 Enterprise.

Diving into performance specifics, the processor secured a notable 2713-2739 points in the single-core examination, surpassing the Core Ultra 9 185H by 20%. When it comes to multi-core performance, the CPU achieved roughly 10K points, representing a 20% decrease compared to the Core Ultra 9 185H. In comparison to the recently evaluated Ryzen AI 9 365 SKU, these figures imply that the AMD Strix Point (54W) will outshine Intel’s CPU in both single- and multi-core tasks. It is important to bear in mind that while Lunar Lake is capped at 30 W, both Intel Core Ultra 9 185H and AMD Ryzen 9 365 can reach up to 54W.

The Intel Core Ultra 7 268V model is set to feature four Lion Cove P-Cores and four Skymont E-Cores. Additionally, the system-on-chip (SoC) or processor will be equipped with an Arc A140V integrated GPU comprising 8 Xe2-Cores capable of turbo boosting up to 2.0 GHz. Contrary to previous reports, the Core Ultra 7 268V is anticipated to be the flagship iteration. Intel will also introduce the Core Ultra 9 288V variant, touting a higher clock speed of 5.1 GHz and a 30W PL1, while the Ultra 7 268V will offer a 5.0 GHz boost clock speed and a 17W PL1.

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