Intel Core i5-9300H turns up on Geekbench as part of Acer ConceptD CN715-71 system
A few Geekbench listings have been spotted concerning the forthcoming Coffee Lake processor Intel Core i5-9300H. As always, it’s important to take Geekbench reports with a pinch of salt due to the ease of their potential manipulation – but it’s still noteworthy to see what crops up and how it performs. The i5-9300H was part of a system labeled “Acer ConceptD CN715-71”.
In the single-core and multi-core benchmarks, the i5-9300H system scored 5,091 and 16,145 points, respectively. A maximum frequency of 4.09 GHz was recorded, which would put the Coffee Lake chip in line with what we have already learned about the 9th Gen H-series. An OpenCL score of 38,058 was also registered in the Geekbench database, which involved the UHD Graphics 630 iGPU.
The OpenCL score unsurprisingly climbed dramatically when the 9th Gen chip was paired with a discrete graphics card. The Acer system with i5-9300H and Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 achieved a score of 207,307 points according to Geekbench. The single-core and multi-core scores do put the Coffee Lake processor ahead of its 8th Gen counterpart, the i5-8300H, but not by a considerable margin.