All are aware of the recently announced Intel Core M platform, the processor that comes fanless to power mobile devices from most number of manufacturers by this year end. The thing left uncovered about the processor was with regards to its benchmarks as yet nothing has been captured.
However, during IDF 2014 Hot Hardware crew were able to catch up with Intel and managed to get some benchmarks of the chip.
On hand tested was a 12.5-inch Windows tablet that ran on a Core M 5Y70 processor turning out some notable numbers. The system on Cinebench R11.5 multithreaded CPU test was able to score a 2.48, while AMD’s A10 Micro-6700T chip got a CPU score of 1.5 on completing the same test. On the other hand Intel’s Atom Z3700 scored a 1.47 and a 1.43 was the score of Intel Core i3-2377M.
The Core M Windows tablet in the Futuremark’s 3DMark Ice Storm Unlimited test got a score of 50,985 which is according to Intel is twice than that of Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 series chip.
The new Shield tablet with Nvidia’s Tegra K1 processor was able to complete the test with a score of 31,000.
With these early benchmark indications, Intel can definitely claim this Core M processor as their on hand powerhouse. Anyways the final judgment can be given to the product only after reviewing it thoroughly and for this to happen time needs to be allotted.
Stay tuned to get a quick and brief review on this processor. Got to share your views and comments on this article? Post them in the comments section below to have a open decision on the same.