Intel Kaby Lake Benchmarks Leaked; Promise Speedy Performance
Intel Kaby Lake benchmarks have leaked over the Internet and through these leaks, we have some new insights into what Intel Kaby Lake has to offer.
Intel is working on introducing its low powered processor for laptops and mobile devices, the Intel Kaby Lake. What do we know about these processors? Not much but we do know that these processors will be capable enough of editing 4k video in real time and will come with integrated graphics which will be able to play overwatch. So that is good to know.
Intel Kaby Lake benchmarks show that they are made to run at a TDP of 4.5W up to 15W which is good for laptops and mobile devices. The top of the line Core i7 takes up 15W and when it comes to performance benchmarks, it seems that it is 12% faster in the SYSmark 2014 test and 19% faster when it comes to webXPRT 2015 test.
So these are some Intel Kaby Lake benchmarks for you to keep in mind if you are going to be making the shift to Intel Kaby Lake when the chips come out.
Slides also indicate that there will be 100 upcoming ultra-thin laptops and 2-in-1 hybrid systems that will house these chips and all these models will be coming out before the end of 2016.
All these Intel Kaby Lake benchmarks are all well and good but we have yet to see any gaming benchmarks for these upcoming chips. A slide shows the 7500U runs at up to 3.5GHz which is an improvement over the 6500U’s 3.1GHz. Intel Apollo Lake, the budget chips will also be announced soon in a few days time. That is also something to look forward to.
We will soon get all the information we need about these low power consuming chips for laptops and mobile devices.