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New Intel Processor branding gets its first dust off

by on15 December 2022

Entry level chips 

Since Chipzilla wants to kill off its Celeron and Pentium brands for entry-level notebook CPUs by the end of year, observers have been waiting to see what Intel will release under its new 'Intel Processor' branding.

According to Toms Hardware the first one it has seen on Primate Labs' Geekbench 5 database appears to be the Intel N95, which seems to be one of the entry-level Alder Lake-N CPUs featuring four Atom-class energy-efficient cores based on the Gracement microarchitecture.

The processor features a 1.70 GHz base clock, a 2.80 GHz boost clock, 2MB of L2 cache, and 6MB of L3 cache, based on the entry in the Geekbench database. This is the first time a quad-core Alder Lake-N has been benchmarked.

It ranked substantially slower than Intel's eight-core Core i3-N305 'Alder Lake-N' processor but compares well against Intel's existing Celeron 7305 CPU with one high-performance and four energy-efficient cores that operate at 1.10 GHz.

It does not compare well with AMD's Athlon Gold 7220U which shows better GeekBench 5 scores than Intel's N95.


Last modified on 15 December 2022
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