No more Pentium, no more Celeron – and only four small cores. Intel N95 lit up in the benchmark

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It’s on par with the old Athlon 3000G

Intel is preparing to introduce many new processors at CES 2023, including representatives not only from the Raptor Lake line, but also Alder Lake. And today, the budget Intel N95 appeared on the Web. 

 Intel N95
Intel N95

The name is unusual, because, we recall, the company abandoned the Celeron and Pentuim brands . Given that they should be replaced by the Processor brand, perhaps the new product will eventually be called the Intel Processor N95 or N95 Processor.  

Intel N95
Intel N95

Be that as it may, this is an Alder Lake-N CPU or a representative of the Atom family. Its configuration will include four cores, and all four will be small. That is, the new product does not have support for Hyper-Threading. The operating frequency is 1.7-2.8 GHz, but there is evidence that the maximum frequency will be 3.1 GHz.  

In Geekbench, such a CPU scores 781 and 1978 points in single-threaded and multi-threaded modes, respectively. It is difficult to compare these results with something modern, but, for example, the 2-core Athlon 3000G with SMT support, based on the first version of the Zen architecture, scores about the same. However, the new Intel should be much more energy efficient.

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