Dell Latitude 5411 with Intel Core i5-10400H visits Geekbench and also runs up incredible single-core score on UserBenchmark
It seems Dell is configuring an upcoming Latitude laptop with a new processor from Intel’s Comet Lake-H series in the form of the i5-10400H, at least according to a couple of recently unearthed benchmarks found by Tum Apisak. The Dell Latitude 5411 system that appeared on Geekbench with the i5-10400H recorded a single-core score of 1,197 and a multi-core score of 3,367. It’s a strong single-core result but nothing extraordinary should be expected in the multi-core region from a quad-core part from Intel.
The new Comet Lake-H processor showed off its single-core prowess in another benchmark, with the Dell Latitude 5411 also turning up on UserBenchmark. The Intel Core i5-10400H posted a 1-core score of 138 points, which is enough to send it to the highest echelons of UserBenchmark’s chart for that particular test. The only processors above it are a selection of i7 and i9 parts from Intel, while the AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3960X is just below on 137 points (average score taken from hundreds of samples).
The UserBenchmark result for the Intel Core i5-10400H is based on a single sample and is therefore a maximum score rather than average, but it still aptly demonstrates Intel’s ability to get the most single-core performance out of its processors. This is particularly important for everyday simple processes that don’t require multiple cores. The i5-10400H has a base clock of 2.6 GHz, a boost of 4.6 GHz, and it operates with an 8 MB cache and 45 W TDP. The clock rates of the new Comet Lake-H processor are slightly higher than those of the Coffee Lake predecessor i5-9400H.