Why it matters: More benchmarks for new Intel and Nvidia hardware were revealed this week at Geekbench. This time it is the unreleased i7-12700H and RTX 3080 Ti, respectively, Intel and Nvidia. The leaks, at multiple inputs, provide little evidence of the performance of the CPU and GPU against its neighbours.
These entries appeared on Geekbench on Monday, after which they were selected by BenchLeaks. It looks like they're all new entrants to the HP Omen gaming laptop series, with a first look at the Alder Lake i7-12700H processor and Nvidia RTX 3080 Ti graphics processor.
All entries show that the i7 has it. The base frequency is 2.45 GHz and the boost frequency is about 4.1 GHz, with 14 cores, 20 threads and 24 MB L3 cache. The Geekbench 5 score is 1328 for single cores and 10517 for multiple cores. However, the GPU information is a bit less compatible. p>
Clearly presents the 3080 Ti laptop with no other information outside of performance in the Vulkan Graphics API with a total of 90114. Another unknown "Nvidia graphics device" appears. OpenCL API 127392 rating, 16GB VRAM, max frequency 1395MHz and 58 compute units. Computing units are only used in AMD graphics cards, so that could mean 58 multi-stream Nvidia processors, of which 4880 have only 48.
The Wccftech comparisons actually make the 3080 Ti a bit smaller which is less than a laptop. 3080, but the reason is that the 3080 Ti engines aren't ready yet. The i7-12700H can outperform the 11th generation i9-11980HK in terms of multi-core. p>
The i9-12900HK, unveiled late last month, sets a benchmark above the latest Apple M1 Pro and M1 Max versions. / p>
i7-12700H and 3080 Ti laptop benchmarks leaked ahead of official presentation