Alleged Tiger Lake Y chip makes more of a purr than a roar in Geekbench test
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A record for a quad-core Tiger Lake Y processor on Geekbench has been unearthed by Tum Apisak. The scores the chip amasses in both the single-core test and multi-core test are low, but it does appear to be an early engineering sample as the stepping level is set at 0.
The single-core score stands at 146, while the Tiger Lake Y SKU managed 529 points in the multi-core test. Of course, Tiger Lake Y is expected to consist of extremely low-power mobile chips (9 W TDP), so performance akin to a 3rd Gen Threadripper is never going to be on the cards anyway.
The recorded base frequency in the Geekbench entry for the Tiger Lake Y chip is 1.19 GHz. Benchmark data for Tiger Lake Y processors has appeared before, and the results have been encouraging after taking into consideration the low power requirements and increased IPC rates compared to previous generations.