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Intel Core i7-1065G7 Benchmarked, Is 10nm Ice Lake Actually Better Than 14nm?

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  • Hardware Unboxed

    Hardware Unboxed

     21 days ago +89

    Since we had a few questions about MATLAB performance below, to clarify, the AMD performance "hack" does not affect our MATLAB benchmark because it doesn't improve ODE or FFT performance. These two functions run well on AMD hardware and don't appear to need optimization.

  • Sepp I

    Sepp I

     7 days ago

    The future is AMD's

  • SliderFury1


     7 days ago

    A lot of the differences between a lot of these processors are so miniscule they will never be noticed by the vast majority of users on a day-to-day basis. Seems like they really need to just focus back down to a single mobile and single desktop version of the i3, i5, and i7.

    And if they really want to re-expand from there, why not use a different initial indicator? Like Core r3, r5, and r7 or something.

  • Z Rus

    Z Rus

     7 days ago +1

    AMD Lost

  • Alex


     7 days ago

    G'day Tim, cheers for another fantastic video. I'm happy to ask on Patreon / DC if that's easier however would you mind giving your thoughts on the 4K vs 1080P screen in the new blade? Really torn on which one!

  • Leyo Fernando

    Leyo Fernando

     14 days ago

    Honestly, the naming scheme of the 8th/9th gen and earlier chips were eaier to understand, but it's not that big of a deal with 10th gen. After all they are trying to emphasize the GPU in these models

  • n


     14 days ago +1

    great video. I have not been able to find a clear confirmation of what hardware security changes (Spectre, Meltdown, etc) have been implemented in 10th Gen Ice Lake vs Comet Lake. Anyone?

  • Jeffrey Kleeven

    Jeffrey Kleeven

     14 days ago

    Intel is a joke😴

  • SteelCity1981


     14 days ago

    Stupid why didn't intel just call comet lake gen 9.5 instead of gen 10.

  • Ben Blandina

    Ben Blandina

     14 days ago

    How were you able to configure the TDP from 15W to 25W?

  • Hurjui Ionut

    Hurjui Ionut

     14 days ago

    What do you guys think about Dell Inspiron 3593 with Intel® Core™ i7-1065G7 Ice Lake, 15.6", 8GB DDR4, 256GB SSD, NVIDIA GeForce MX230 2GB for photo editing?

  • Barney Rubble

    Barney Rubble

     14 days ago

    how do these compare to i7 9700 or i9 9900 for CPU?

  • Maxim Tolmachev

    Maxim Tolmachev

     14 days ago

    How many watt did they took while doing these tasks?
    It should be the main difference between 10nm & 14nm

  • Omizuke


     14 days ago

    Not only they make a stupid amount a CPUs but they also use this number letter soup to confuse consumers. And hopefully sell lots of the less powerful at the price of the better performance ones. I remember when the U came out, there were also the M back them. And many laptop were been sold as performance or gaming laptops by having a dedicated GPU, but would have a U CPU instead of an M.making the laptops not good for heavy task. (back then pretty much everything was heavy for gaming on laptop) And yet they would be sold at around the same price, and promoted as performance and the U were anemic then. Intel is pulling as many shady stuff as they can to try and sell us their CPU. They and Nvidia keep trying to out greed themselves. Intel should know they don't need this to sell. I hope AMD come out with good mobile processors and start to gain ground there too. That or wait for ARM eating at the laptop market.

  • arfeen bajwa

    arfeen bajwa

     14 days ago

    In my laptop i have Intel 8550U Processor is it real ?
    You user 8565U :(

  • I'veComeForYourPickleHayato


     14 days ago

    I feel like we'd get a better representation of efficiency difference if you downclocked other cpus to the same frequency. These are low-power parts nonetheless

  • FrosTy theNoob

    FrosTy theNoob

     21 days ago

    4 cores 8 threads? MY 3770K IS LAUGHING

  • Odin Asgard

    Odin Asgard

     21 days ago +2

    Intel CEO is making a Pee-Pee lake after seeing Ryzen 9 3950x

  • Jordan B

    Jordan B

     21 days ago

    It's really interesting just how important configurable parameters for these CPUs are. I can get much better results out of an 8250U than is shown on your graphs by disabling the power limits. It shows how largely pointless the monikers are for mobile processors, as it's all about how the manufacturer configures the power limits; you can have i5 variants crush i7s by using higher limits.

  • Isaac Kraft

    Isaac Kraft

     21 days ago

    man my 7700HQ laptop is still holding strong vs 10nm and 14nm+++