Intel's next-gen Core Ultra 7 268V 'Lunar Lake' CPU gets benched on Geekbench

Intel's next-generation Core Ultra 7 268V 'Lunar Lake' CPU appears on Benchmark, boosts up to 5.0GHz and easily beats the Core Ultra 9 185H.

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Intel's new Core Ultra 7 268V "Lunar Lake" CPU has been spotted, running some Geekbench runs that give us a sneak peak at what Intel has in store for us later this year.

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The new Intel Core Ultra 200V "Lunar Lake" CPUs will launch as early as September. The first wave will focus on low-power mobile devices and laptops, which will be certified Copilot+ AI PCs to compete with the just-unveiled current fleet, powered by Qualcomm's new Arm-based Snapdragon X series processors.

The new Geekbench runs tease the new Intel Core Ultra 7 268V processor in single-core and multi-core tests. The highest observed frequencies on the Core Ultra 7 268V ES (engineering sample) processor were hitting 4881MHz. The LP-Cores should be boosting at up to 3.7GHz on this CPU, but Geekbench doesn't record LP-Core frequency.

Intel's new Core Ultra 7 268V "Lunar Lake" CPU was benched twice on Geekbench, with a single-core test of around 2739 (another run of 2713) while the multi-core test hit 9907 points (10036 points on the other run).

If we compare the new Geekbench results of the new Intel Core Ultra 7 268V "Lunar Lake" CPU, it seems that AMD's new Ryzen AI 9 365 "Strix Point" APU will crush it. AMD's new Ryzen AI 9 365 in engineering sample (ES) form was hitting 2995 points in single-core and a much higher 14,530 points in the multi-core run.

Intel's upcoming Core Ultra 7 268V processor will feature 4 Lion Cove P-Cores and 4 Skymont LP-Cores, with an integrated Arc A140V GPU with 8 Xe2-Cores based on the new Battlemage GPU architecture, which should see GPU clocks of up to 2.0GHz or so. We should expect the Core Ultra 7 268V to feature PL1 power modes of 17W, scaling up to 30W.

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