One of the slowest processors to use Cypress Cove cores appeared on the Core i5-11500 Geekbench. The processor offers a significant single core performance increase.
While claims that the Mavi team will switch to the new socket soon spread, the test results of Rocket Lake solutions continue to fall into benchmark databases.
After the scores of the Core i9 and Core i7 models we shared the other day, the cover on the 6-core Core i5 processors continues to be removed.
Intel will not offer updated architecture at an affordable price
The slowest Cypress Cove core models of the Rocket Lake family, where Intel will continue to use the Core i3 and lower Sky Lake cores, will be in the Core i5 segment.
The Core i5-11500, which entered the test, sweated on a motherboard that Intel used for evaluation purposes. In this respect, it is possible to say that the processor is a final version chip. We can say that the scores will be similar in a Core i5-11500 that can be obtained from retailers.
In the single core test, the Core i5-11500, which made a 35% difference to its predecessor thanks to the Cypress Cove core, is not expected to be able to face the Ryzen 5 5600X, but there is still no volume difference.
The processor, which lags 11% in multi-core from AMD’s solution, directs the eyes to the unlocked Core i5 processors in this state.