The Intel Core i7-11370H appears on Geekbench as a quad-core processor with a 4.79 GHz boost clock
The first reference to a Tiger Lake-H series processor has appeared on Geekbench, and it is something of a strange entry. People often post devices with faked details on Geekbench, but the benchmarking website considers this entry a 'valid' one, at any rate. The arrival of the listing comes only a few days after someone tested a possible eight-core Tiger Lake-H processor on UserBenchmark.
According to Geekbench, Intel has developed a Core i7-11370H, a quad-core processor with 12 MB of L3 cache, 1.25 MB of L2 cache and 320 KB of combined L1 cache. The Hyper-Threaded processor also has a base clock of 3.29 GHz and a boost of 4.79 GHz. Additionally, Geekbench claims that Intel has manufactured the Core i7-11370H on its Tiger Lake-U platform, which seems unusual.
The name Core i7-11370H has us scratching our heads, though. As it stands, Intel sells quad-core and H-series processors under its Core i5 brand, not Core i7. Similarly, xx3xxH processors as Core i5 SKUs, not Core i7 ones. One theory is that the Core i7-11370H will be one of Intel's 35 W Tiger Lake-H series processors, as Wccftech has suggested. If that is the case, then the Core i7-11370H may be Intel's equivalent to AMD's HS-series of 35 W APUs. AMD only offers these with six and eight-cores, with its Ryzen 7 SKUs limited to the latter, not a paltry four cores.
Scores of 1,420 points in Geekbench single-core and 4,964 in the multi-core benchmark are not to be sniffed at, though. According to our database, these scores put the Core i7-11370H 17% ahead of the Core i5-10300H in the multi-core benchmark and beyond the single-core capabilities of any Comet Lake-H processor. However, the multi-core score of the Core i7-11370H is also only within a margin of error with the Ryzen 7 4700U and well behind the likes of the Ryzen 5 4600H.