Intel’s Alder Lake lineup continues to impress, and the latest benchmark to appear online should get Chromebook and Windows 11 S-mode laptop fans wildly excited.
A new benchmark for the Intel Celeron G6900, a dual-core Alder Lake chip that sits at the entry-level end of the recently introduced generation of processors. GeekBench Database.
The results indicate that the entry-level chip achieved 1,403 single-core performance and 2,577 in Geekbench 5 multi-core tests. While the multi-core score is not about to break records, the single-core performance is particularly high. impressive.
According to WCcftechthis puts the G6900 ahead of the Intel Core i9-10900K in single-core performance, and we can confirm that it outperforms the single-core performance of the Intel Core i9-10980HK, which we’ve seen in a lot of gaming laptops. high-end and mobile creative workstations as recently as mid-last year.
It even outperforms the Ryzen 7 5800H and comes within striking distance of the Ryzen 9 5900HS in Geekbench 5 single-core tests.
As a dual-core processor, the G6900 is obviously mind blowing in terms of multicore performance across the board. But single-core performance like this would mean individual apps should perform just fine on this processor.
Of course, the Intel Celeron G6900 is not yet available, and there is a lot that could change, so a benchmark like this should be treated with some skepticism. We hope this is legitimate, as we would like to see some power in the fiscal space.
Analysis: Budget Laptops Will See The Biggest Benefit
While the Intel Celeron G6900’s multi-core score isn’t that hot, the single-core performance should allow individual apps like Chrome to perform particularly well.
This will definitely help with the general day-to-day computing performance that is the bread and butter of cheaper Chromebooks and Windows 11 S mode laptops.
And since it’s an entry-level chip, we can certainly expect to see it popping up in some of the best budget laptops this year, which we love to see.
Budget products usually have to make big sacrifices to bring the price down, and while a Celeron chip can never hold its own against a same-gen Core i9, seeing a huge improvement in performance over the end of the budget’s budget. computer market is something to celebrate.
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