The new generation of Asus VivoBook with Intel Alder Lake P 8-core processor in UserBenchmark Database was observed.
Three examples of the ASUS VivoBook X1603ZA laptop can be seen in the UserBenchmark, all of which have the same configuration as the Alder Lake P chip. Compared to the current generation, it seems that Asus is considering a good overall improvement for this model and is going to offer a 16-inch model as well.
Looking at the specifications, we see an Alder Lake P processor with 8 cores of 12 processing threads. According to previous information, 4 Golden Cove cores with 8 strands and 4 Gracemont cores with 4 strands of chip configuration probably form. Currently, the VivoBook is apparently a prototype because the base clock speed is only 1 GHz and the average clock boost is 2.6 GHz. However, even in this case, we see excellent performance compared to the Core i7 1185G7 in the same benchmark.
Asus VivoBook notebook with Alder Lake P mobile processor
The Alder Lake P processor scored 153 points in single-core and 739 in multi-core, while the Core i7 1185G7 in the Tiger Lake series scored 159 and 582 points, respectively. For comparison, the Tiger Lake chip has the upper hand in terms of clock speed, 3 GHz base and 4.8 GHz boost. Again, these are prime numbers and the platform is not optimized, so performance can be much better.
Other specifications of the Asus VivoBook include 16GB of DDR4 3200 dual-channel memory, 1TB of Micron NVMe Gen 4 SSD storage, and integrated Intel UHD graphics with 96 Xe executables.
The Alder Lake P series consists of the U15, U28 and H45 models. The U15, U28, H45 and H65 models typically have a thermal output of 15 watts (12 to 20 watts), 28 watts (20 watts), 45 watts (35 watts) and 65 watts (45 watts). The U15 series comes with 2 large cores and 8 small cores, while the U28 series is equipped with 6 large cores and 8 small cores.
The P45 series also includes up to 6 large cores and up to 8 small cores. All three models use 96 graphical executable units. The U series typically fits into low-power laptops that use Tiger Lake U chips. The H Series will apparently be a direct replacement for the Tiger Lake H35 in portable gaming laptops. Finally, we have the HX flagships that will be used for high-end notebooks. These models include the CPU and PCH in the BGA package and will compete with the Red Team HX line-up, which has been on the market since earlier this year.
|Category||Thermal power PL1||Thermal power PL2||Core / String|
|Alder Lake H55||55/45 watts||115 watts||12/16?|
|Alder Lake H45||45/35 watts||115 watts||12/16?|
|Tiger Lake H45||45 watts||109 watts Core i7 11800H|
135 watts Core i9 11980HK
|Alder Lake U28||20/28 watts||64 watts||12/16?|
|Tiger Lake U28||28 watts||54 watt Core i7 1185G7||4/5|
|Alder Lake U15||15/20 watts||55 watts||8/12?|
|Tiger Lake U15||15 watts||44 watt Core i7 1180G7||4/5|
|Alder Lake U9||9/15 watts||30 watts||5/6?|
|Tiger Lake U9||9 watts||28 watts||4/8|
|Alder Lake M5||7/5 watts||~ 20 watts||5/6?|
Score: 5.0 Out of 5 (1 vote)
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