Intel Pentium Gold G7400 Dual Core Alder Lake CPU is equivalent to AMD’s Ryzen 3 3200G Quad Core in Cinebench Benchmark

At the beginning of this week report How Intel’s entry-level Alder Lake CPU provided performance comparable to top-end SKUs in single-core benchmarks, now with another chip, the Pentium Gold G7400, and some chips are also shown. .. Notable results Although it is designed only for dual core.

The Intel Pentium Gold G7400 is up to 30% faster than its predecessor with the same number of cores and threads.

As far as the specifications are concerned, the Intel Pentium Gold G7400 has two cores and four threads based on the 10nm ESF Golden Cove Core architecture. As you can see, this is a very entry level dual core processor with clock speeds up to 3.7GHz. The CPU has a 6MB L3 cache and a 2.5MB L2 cache in a 46WTDP package. Due to its entry-level design, the chip costs only US $ 64. In the benchmark, the CPU was running on the stock clock of the Windows 8-64-bit operating system.

Intel’s most entry-level Alder Lake CPU, the dual-core Celeron G6900, has the same single-core performance as the 5.3GHz core i9-10900K.

Intel Pentium Gold G7400 Alder Lake CPU Benchmark (Image Credit: @mate_mmder):

In terms of performance, the CPU was tested on both Cinebench R23 and Cinebench R15. On the R23, the Intel Pentium Gold G7400 scored 3814 (MT) and 1396 (ST) points, while on the R15, the chip scored a total of 543 (MT) and 205 (ST) points. For comparison, we used Computerbase’s public Cinebench R23 benchmark repository. This repository lists some scores from different CPU communities. You can check here.. The performance results are shown below.

The dual-core Intel Pentium Gold G7400 shows the flexibility to work with older AMD quad-core chips such as the Ryzen 3 3200G. Zen 2 and Zen 3 parts are much faster due to improved IPC performance and a non-monolithic design (Ryzen 4000G / Ryzen 5000G are only recently available in the DIY segment). Still, the dual-core equivalent of a quad-core is impressive, but you might wonder why the Pentium Gold G7400 has a lower lead than the Celeron G6900 for the same Ryzen 33200G.

The problem was that the Celeron entry was running at a higher power limit provided by ASRock’s BFB technology. The chip is clocked +1 GHz above the stock clock, and if boosted in a similar way, you can expect similar results even if the performance of the Pentium Gold G7400 does not improve. Compared to its predecessor, the G6400, the Intel Pentium Gold G7400 is up to 30% faster. This is ideal for entry-level segments seeking better performance in the US range under $ 100.

The Pentium and Celeron chips are almost twice as fast as AMD’s Athlon CPU, and AMD plans to offer a new Athlon 4000G chip soon, but it will be difficult to match the capabilities of the Golden Cove core. Also, adding SMT to Pentium parts can prove valuable in the game. This is different from the Celeron chip. RandomGamingHD:

News source: @ davideneco25320 Intel Pentium Gold G7400 Dual Core Alder Lake CPU is equivalent to AMD’s Ryzen 3 3200G Quad Core in Cinebench Benchmark

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