Geekbench shows a Core i5-1350P powered Acer’s new notebook 

CES 2023 will officially open in a few days, according to previous news, Intel will launch more Raptor Lake processors on January 3, 2023, including desktop and mobile platforms of the 13th generation Core processor and B760, H770 chipset.

Notebook manufacturers will test relevant models before the official release of new processors, and Geekbench recently leaked Acer’s new notebook, equipped with a Core i5-1350P processor.

Acer TravelMate P614 53

The notebook model is Acer TravelMate P614-53, TravelMate was originally a laptop brand founded by Texas Instruments in 1988, which was acquired by Acer in 1997 and merged into the Acer brand, which currently focuses on the business market.

Acer TravelMate notebook comes pre-installed with Windows 11 Pro, with 16GB RAM. As you can see from the picture, the Core i5-1350P is a 12-core 16-thread design, with four P-Cores and eight E-Cores, in BGA package, base frequency 1.9GHz, acceleration frequency 4.7GHz, L2 cache 2.5MB, L3 cache 12MB.

The previous generation Core i5-1250P also has four P-Cores, eight E-Cores, a P-Core acceleration frequency of 4.4GHz, an E-Core acceleration frequency of 3.3GHz, and an L3 cache of 12MB. The P-Core acceleration frequency of the Core i5-1350P is 0.3GHz higher than that of the Core i5-1250P, and other changes are small.

In the Geekbench 5.4.6 benchmark, the Core i5-1350P scored 1686 points in single-core and 8980 points in multi-core, which is 8.8% higher than the Core i5-1250P, and 4.6% higher than the Core i5-1250P.

Such a performance improvement is also expected, and the single-core performance increase is similar to the frequency increase, after all, the Core i5-1350P does not increase the number of cores.

Acer has announced that it will hold a global new product launch conference with the theme of “Exploring a New Balance” on January 3 at 9 a.m. Pacific Time, which is 1 a.m. Beijing time on January 4. According to the official warm-up video, Acer is likely to release a number of new notebook products.

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