Intel’s current N-series, which began as the “Intel N-series processor” in the form of the Intel N100 processor and Intel N200 processor, as well as the Intel Core i3-N300 and Intel Core i3-N305, among others, is said to be on the fourth generation up to 8 electronic cores and without P-Cores work particularly efficiently. The smallest model that achieves relatively high frame rates with remarkable efficiency.
Efficiency is the focus
The N series, which replaces Intel’s Pentium and Celeron processor families, is built specifically for efficiency, and therefore only comes with E-Cores (“Gracemont”). The P (“Golden Cove”) cores are fully reserved for Intel’s smaller product family. However, the new N processors must be powerful enough to challenge older models with much lower TDP and in some cases even beat them significantly.
Master of Efficiency in 720p resolution with minimal detail
YouTube channel Pandori team I tested the Intel N100 processor with integrated Intel Xe-LP graphics with 24 compute units in ten different games at 720p and with minimal detail. The processor performance specified at 6W TDP is quite convincing. Like the site wccftech The following performance values have been reported using less than 7 watts of beam power on average.
The Intel N100’s built-in iGPU, Intel Xe-LP, accelerates games like Resident Evil 5 at an average of 70fps, while GRID Autosport runs at 50fps and GTA V at 40fps. Quite convincing values \u200b\u200bfor the combination of the CPU and GPU, which together consume 6 watts. The results were also achieved using only 8GB of single-channel memory, showing the untapped potential of Alder Lake-N. With the N200, the sister model, 32 6-watt consoles are also available.
|Intel N100 processor||Alder Lake-In||Intel 7||4/4||3.4 GHz||6 mibits||Intel XE
|Intel N200 processor||Alder Lake-In||Intel 7||4/4||3.7 GHz||6 mibits||Intel XE
|Intel Core i3-N300||Alder Lake-In||Intel 7||8/8||3.8 GHz||6 mibits||Intel XE
|Intel Core i3-N305||Alder Lake-In||Intel 7||8/8||3.8 GHz||6 mibits||Intel XE
With 6W as fast as (older) 65W CPUs
Chinese site IT It found and published several entries for the Intel N100 processor in the Geekbench benchmark database, which compares the 6-watt CPU with the 65-watt Intel Core i5-7400 and Core i3-9100 CPUs of the Kaby Lake -S and Coffee Lake -S generations allow.
In terms of single-core performance and multi-core performance, the Intel N100 processor can outperform the Intel Core i5-7400 by 10 to 20 percent and almost achieve the performance values of the Intel Core i3-9100.
In addition to up to eight E-Cores, Alder Lake-N includes 32 powerful EU integrated graphics units (“Intel Xe Low Power”), whose new video unit masters AV1 decoding, but not hardware AV1 encoding . DDR4-3200, DDR5-4800 and LPDDR5-4800 can be connected as memory. The following processor models make up the new mobile N series from Intel.
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source: Tom’s Hardware, Wccftech, Team Pandory
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