Intel Nehalem vs. Ice Lake Benchmarks - Including Clock + Power + Thermal Metrics
Written by Michael Larabel in Computers on 27 November 2019. Page 3 of 9. 21 Comments

Intel's Open Image Denoise project that is also catered towards their modern microarchitecture capabilities has a 12x improvement going from the Core i7 720QM to Core i7 1065G7 while both of these notebook processors are quad-core plus Hyper Threading.

Lots of fun benchmarking and bringing back Nehalem memories...

Building the Linux 5.4 kernel took over eight minutes on the ThinkPad W510 but now just under four minutes with the Dell XPS 7390.

Even for basic single-threaded workloads like audio encoding or running Perl scripts or R were all significant jumps in performance.

Or various micro-benchmarks to the GNU C Library are much faster on the Ice Lake processor thanks to the glibc tuning for various modern instruction set features.

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