Intel's all-small-core processor i3-N305 appeared on Geekbench

Intel's all-small-core processor i3-N305 has now appeared on Geekbench, and its parameters and specifications are basically determined. i3-N305 is 8 cores and 8 threads, the main frequency is 1.8GHz, and the turbo frequency can reach 3.7GHz, 2MB L2 cache, and 6MB L3 cache.

For comparison, the small core in the i7-1260P has a turbo frequency of up to 3.4GHz, and the small core in the i9-12900H has a turbo frequency of up to 3.8GHz.

The all-small-core series processors  N100 / N200 have also appeared on Geekbench, all of which are 4-core and 4-thread specifications. The N200 has a higher frequency, with the main frequency of 1GHz and a turbo frequency of 3.6GHz; the N100 has a main frequency of 0.8GHz and a turbo frequency of 3.3GHz.

At present, Intel has not announced when it will launch the all-small-core series of processors.

According to rumors, Intel's all-small-core Alder Lake-N processors are based on the energy-efficient  Gracemont architecture, with up to 8 cores divided into two quad-core clusters. This series of processors also have a core display of the Xe-LP architecture, up to 32EU.

At present, the 12th-generation Core and Pentium Celeron processors released by Intel all have large cores. The Celeron 7300 with the lowest specification uses 1 large core + 4 small cores, 8MB L3 cache, and 48EU 0.8GHz core display.

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