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Intel's new 10nm mobile processor still slower than AMD Zen3

olepiolepi Member RarePosts: 1,737
A new mobile processor from Intel is using the new 10nm finfet techology, but it is still slower than AMD's mobile processor:

"The Core i5-11400H is one of Intel’s first hexa-core CPUs to finally be built on the latest Tiger Lake architecture featuring the 10nm SuperFin node and will be a direct replacement for Comet Lake mobile Core i5 parts from Intel."

Intel is still behind AMD's 7nm parts, and AMD is already moving to 5nm. Also, this was a benchmark against a Zen3 processor, and AMD has announced the Zen4 architecture that is faster.

"The AMD Zen 4 core architecture will be fabricated on TSMC's 5nm process node and is expected to launch sometime in 2022."

If Intel's brand new technode at 10nm is slower than AMD's 7nm, then Intel needs a new architecture AND a new process node to be competitive.

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  • jenniferduranjenniferduran Newbie CommonPosts: 1
    Intel fired back with its Rocket Lake processors, and they certainly put pressure on the Ryzen 5000 lineup. Rocket Lake brings a 19% IPC improvement and high clock speeds that stretch up to 5.3 GHz with the flagship Core i9-11900K, but the chips still come etched on the aging 14nm process. That means the new chips top out at eight cores as opposed to the ten cores found with Intel's previous-gen chips

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