The new The Intel Core i7-11370H (4-core) appears to outperform the AMD Ryzen 5 4600H (6-core) according Geekbench’s first performance test results.
By the benchmarking software Geekbench 5.3.1 the first performance test of an Intel Tiger Lake-H, that is to say, a high performance Tiger Lake processor for laptops, has been shown.
This processor is called Intel Core i7-11370H, which offers a configuration of 4 cores and 8 processing threads under the Willow Cove @ 10nm SuperFIN microarchitecture with a Base/Turbo frequency of 3. 30/4.80 GHz with the support of 5 MB of L2 cache, 12 MB of L3 cache, while its TDP is estimated to be 35W, so there will be a great performance improvement against the Tiger Lake-U of 15-28W.
As you can see, the Intel Core i7-11370H reached a single-core score of 1420 points and a multi-core score of 4964 points, and this reveals a huge leap in IPC performance, and that is if you compare it with an AMD Ryzen 5 4600H, 6-core + 12-wire @ 3.00/4.00GHz with 45W TDP and the 7nm of TSMC, it notably exceeds the performance of single-core and even in multicore, despite its disadvantage, it manages to overcome it by a little. AMD CPU scores with 979/4807 points, so a performance difference of +32.8% in single-core and +3.3% in multicore is out.
Even the AMD Ryzen 9 4900HS @ 3.00/4.30 GHz offers 1096 points in single-core performance, and already moves away in multicore with 7098 points due to its 8 cores and 16 threads.
Now we’ll have to wait for an Intel Core i9, as the top-of-the-line Tiger Lake-H will offer 8 cores and 16 threads.