The Intel Core i5-11400 has debuted on Geekbench, giving us a glimpse of Intel’s upcoming Rocket Lake-S CPU lineup past the heavily-leaked Intel Core i9-11900K.
In accordance with the Geekbench listing, noticed by Videocardz, the Core i5-11400 options 6 cores and 12 threads and might be primarily based on the 14nm Cypress Cove structure, which Intel claims will ship double-digit IPC good points over its previous-generation Skylake platform.
When it comes to clock speeds, the Intel Core i5-11400 encompasses a 2GHz base clock and a 4.4GHz increase clock. By comparability, its predecessor – the Core i5-10400 – boasts the next base clock of two.9GHz, however a decrease increase clock of 4.3GHz
In terms of efficiency, Geekbench 5 benchmarks present that the Rocket Lake-S CPU is on roughly 9% quicker than its predecessor.
The desktop processor racked up a single-core rating of 1248 and a multi-core rating of 6197. What’s extra, Videocardz speculates that we’re seemingly taking a look at an ES2 engineering pattern, which ought to provide comparable if not the identical efficiency as retail items.
These scores present a 12% soar over the Core i5-10400 in single-core efficiency, and a multi-core increase of 9%, regardless of its decrease base clock pace.
The CPU additionally comes near rivalling the Core i7-8700K within the efficiency stakes, although fails to match AMD’s Ryzen 5 5600X. In Geekbench 5, the Zen 3 processor manages round 30% larger efficiency on each single-core and multi-core metrics in comparison with Intel’s incoming Rocket-Lake S chip.
The Rocket Lake-S desktop CPUs are anticipated to start out delivery in March this 12 months, following the arrival of Intel’s 500-series boards this month.