Intel Meteor Lake ‘Core Ultra 7 155H’ Packing 16 Cores & 22 Threads Surfaces on Geekbench

A Meteor Lake sample featuring 16 cores / 22 threads has been spotted on Geekbench. Termed ‘Core Ultra 7 155H‘, this is the first Meteor Lake entry we’ve seen on the platform.

Meteor Lake ‘Core Ultra 7 155H’ Spotted

Packed in an upcoming HP Spectre x360 2-in-1 Laptop, the Core Ultra 7 155H packs 10E (8E+2LPE) cores and 6P cores. The 10 Efficient Cores can be divided into 8 actual E-Cores and 2 Low Power E-Cores, present on the SoC Tile.

This leads to a total of 22 threads as SMT is disabled on atom/efficient cores. In addition to that, the CPU is equipped with 4MB of L2 cache and 24MB of L3 cache. The actual cache layout should be detailed during Intel’s Innovation Event.

Intel Meteor Lake ‘Core Ultra 7 155H’ Specifications | Geekbench

A factor that we mustn’t ignore is the clock speeds. Throughout the duration of the benchmark, the CPU clocked at high as 4.8GHz, validating previous claims and rumors. Do note that we are unaware of the power configuration so we cannot derive anything conclusive, yet.

Intel Meteor Lake ‘Core Ultra 7 155H’ Frequencies | Geekbench

The CPU scores 2182 points in the single-core, and similarly 7643 points in the multi-core test. This is rather disappointing since we are talking about Geekbench 6. The low-score can be ascribed to the early development stage or an incorrect power plan.

Intel Meteor Lake ‘Core Ultra 7 155H’ Benchmark | Geekbench

Release Date

Intel’s Innovation Event will take place on the 19th of September where the giant will unveil its Raptor Lake Refresh lineup. Moreover, one can expect to see some detailed insight regarding Meteor Lake and a possible release date. The frequency of such benchmarks and leaks will only increase because Meteor Lake’s launch inches closer as each day passes.

Source: Geekbench


Abdullah Faisal

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