Intel Core i7-11375H in purported MSI Stealth 15M laptop shown to be 46% faster in single-core compared to Core i7-10750H, indicative of longer sustained 5 GHz boost
Intel introduced the 11th generation Tiger Lake-H35 Core i7-11375H Special Edition processor at CES 2021 aimed at thin and light laptops that can also game. The Core i7-11375H is a 4C/8T part that can boost up to 5 GHz on a single core thanks to Turbo Boost 3.0.
Recently, we reported on leaked single-core performance numbers of the Core i7-11375H from a purported Asus TUF Gaming Dash F15 laptop wherein the processor was shown to be nearly 19% faster than a Core i7-10750H and up to 27% faster than an AMD Ryzen 7 4800HS.
Now, we have obtained a Cinebench R20 single-core score of the Core i7-11375H. According to our sources, this is likely to be an MSI Stealth 15M laptop. The partially-revealed MSI logo that can be seen in the wallpaper behind the Cinebench window could be an indication for the same (check the wallpaper in the teaser image above). Besides, the Stealth 15M is the only MSI offering currently to feature the Core i7-11375H.
We see that the Core i7-11375H scores 690 points in the benchmark, which is 14% higher than the leaked score (605 points) that was seen previously in the TUF Gaming Dash F15. Considering an average single-core value of 473 points from our database of Core i7-10750H laptops and a score of 482 from the Ryzen 7 4800HS-powered Asus Zephyrus G15 GA502IU, we see that the Core i7-11375H is about 46% and 43% faster than the Core i7-10750H and Ryzen 7 4800HS, respectively in this benchmark.
That being said, the exact test conditions in which this benchmark was run is not fully known, so we would advise exercising some caution while considering this result.
Nevertheless, this particular Cinebench R20 single-core score of the Core i7-11375H is pretty intriguing. We speculate that the laptop is probably able to offer sustained 5 GHz boost for longer periods, which is interesting as MSI claims the Stealth 15M to be the world's thinnest gaming laptop.
It is still early days to compare Tiger Lake-H35 results among OEMs, especially from leaked benchmark data. But if these scores are anything to go by, Tiger Lake-H35 laptops could offer very good gaming performance while still being thin and lightweight. It will be interesting to see how AMD Cezanne 35 W parts would stand up to their Tiger Lake counterparts in single-core tests.
We look forward to testing these new laptops ourselves in the days to come, so stay tuned.