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The first tests on the new Intel Lunar Lake processors are underway, with the Core Ultra 7 268V CPU appearing on Geekbench for the first time.

According to the information gathered by the benchmark, in one of the tests carried out the chip achieved 2,739 points in single-core scores and 9,907 in multi-core. Another one found on the platform reveals that it reaches 2,713 points in single-core and 10,036 in multi-core.

It is important to mention that the Intel Core Ultra 7 268V CPU is aimed at the mobile market, meaning its potential will be different depending on the system it is equipped with. What both have in common is their maximum boost, which registered 4,881 MHz – the benchmark does not record the frequency of the LP cores, which must have an additional 3.7 GHz.

In terms of specifications, the Lunar Lake processor will feature 4 Lion Cove cores and 4 low-power Skymont cores. It will be equipped with an Arc A140V iGPU with 8 Xe2 cores and, according to the manufacturer, its PL1 mode will be 17W.


Previous results reveal that its direct competitor, the AMD Ryzen AI 9 365 CPU, performs better than the Intel Core Ultra 7 268V within Geekbench. However, still take it with some skepticism – considering that it depends on how much consumption both were using in the tests, with the AMD processor being able to reach up to 54W.

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Intel Core Ultra 7 268V CPU Facts

Another piece of information that is necessary is that the Intel Core Ultra 7 268V CPU will not be the manufacturer’s premium offering within its line. The corporation intends to bring the 288V chip with a frequency of 5.1 GHz to become the main option for gaming and artificial intelligence.

Intel’s objective is to produce the new line to compete with the market already occupied by Qualcomm with its Snapdragon X and the AMD Ryzen AI 300, which will arrive in July. However, it intends to launch its Intel Core Ultra 200V “Lunar Lake” line only in the last quarter of 2024.

The intention is that both the Intel Core Ultra 7 268V processor and the others will be approved by Microsoft to integrate its line of Copilot+ PCs.

Fonte: Videocardz

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