Recently, the running score data of a Lenovo thin and light notebook appeared on the Geekbench benchmarking platform. According to the data, it is equipped with the flagship processor i7-1280P of the 12th generation Core P series.
The platform shows that the single-core score of this Lenovo thin and light notebook is 1784 points, and the multi-core score is 9790 points. Both single-core and multi-core scores are comparable to or even surpass the i9-11980HK (single-core 1665 points/multi-core 9091 points), the top standard pressure processor of the previous generation of mobile terminals.
It is reported that the i7-1280P has 14 cores and 20 threads, including 6 performance cores and 8 energy efficiency cores. The main frequency is 2GHz, the highest turbo frequency is 4.7GHz, and it has a 23MB L3 cache. The core display is still 96EUs, the GPU frequency can reach 1.45GHz, the basic job number is 28W, and the maximum can reach 64W.
It is worth mentioning that this test machine is also equipped with up to 32GB of DDR5 5200MHz memory. The retail version should be available in a 16GB RAM version. At present, manufacturers have not started to warm up the 12th generation of thin and light notebooks, and it is expected that the product will be released in the first quarter.