Intel 11th gen Core i7-1185G7 benchmarks suggests AMD could have a fight on its hands

New benchmarks have appeared that seemingly display an early engineering sample of the Intel Core i7-1185G7, an 11th generation 10nm Tiger Lake CPU.

According to the leaked benchmarks, which have been posted on Twitter by several consumers who are very well regarded for their precise element leaks, the Intel Core i7-1185G7 is a quad-core processor based on Intel’s 10nm Tiger Lake architecture.

As opposed to other Tiger Lake leaks we’ve witnessed, this is the first time an clear member of Intel’s 11th generation lineup has been spotted. According to Wccftech, which documented the leaks, 11th gen Tiger Lake CPUs will come with increased core designs powered by Willow Cove architecture – which is a major redesign above the Sunny Cove architecture applied in Ice Lake CPUs.


The Intel Core i7-1185G7 looks established to switch the Intel Core i7-1065G7, a notebook CPU produced in 2019.

According to the benchmarks, the Intel Core i7-1185G7 comes with 4 cores and 8 threads, and is locked at 3GHz.

Of course, it bears repeating that this is all unconfirmed at the minute, and if genuine, is based on an early engineering sample, so the final specs could really very well be various when the CPU releases.

According to the benchmark benefits, the Intel Core i7-1185G7 is installed in a check machine with 16GB of DDR4 RAM and a 128GB SSD. It seems like there’s no discrete GPU installed, so the processor is employing its built-in Xe GPU.

The benchmark applied is the popular 3DMark Time Spy check, and it shows the processor scoring 1,296 factors in the graphics check, which as Wccftech factors out, is all over five% speedier than the AMD Ryzen 4800U, a notebook processor from Intel’s principal rival.

Though the graphics benefits are in Intel’s favor, the CPU rating is on the very low facet, with two,922. However, as this is a quad-core chip locked at 3GHz, that kind of general performance is expected.

We hope that when the Intel Core i7-1185G7 does display up in laptops, it will come with higher frequencies than 3GHz in buy to be a genuine risk to AMD’s renewed dominance in the notebook CPU marketplace.