With the new AMD Ryzen CPUs launching in a few days, most people are excited about what the new generation of AMD chips have to offer and if they can deliver on the claimed 15% IPC claims.

However, the Intel 10nm Sunny Cove ’10th Gen Ice Lake’ CPUs have recently been announced for laptops, and Intel claims an 18% IPC improvement with some workloads showing an IPC improvement of up to 40% over Skylake architecture.

It looks like alleged results from engineering samples based around the Sunny Cove architecture, Ice Lake, have been leaked in CPU-z along with Intel’s Comet Lake and AMD Ryzen 3000 processors too.

Intel Core i7-1065G7 vs Core i9-9900K vs AMD Ryzen 7 3700X - Intel's laptop chip has impressive single core performance 2

The leaked image includes AMD’s Ryzen 3000 series processors and Intel’s ES chips that will be featured in the 10th Gen Comet Lake and Ice Lake family.

The Ryzen 5 3600X delivers a score of 609 points with a max clock of 4.5 GHz, the Ryzen 7 3700X delivers a score of 622 points with a max clock of 4.6 GHz and the Ryzen 7 3800X delivers a score of 635 points with a max clock of 4.7 GHz.

In comparison the AMD Ryzen 7 2700X delivers a score of 488 points at 4.35 GHz while the Core i9-9900K ends up at 600 points with 5GHz so yeah, AMD did make some good IPC gains with Zen 2.

The interesting result is the Core i7-1065G7 (4 core / 8 thread). The chip operates at 3.7 GHz and scores 639 points. For comparison, the Core i7-9700K with an overclocked frequency of 5.3 GHz scores 645 points and the reference Core i9-9900K scores around 600 points.

Then there is an unnamed 6 core Sunny Cove part has a lower frequency of 3.6 GHz and scores 630. Finally, there is an ES chip with 8 core and 8 thread configuration. The chip is based on the 14nm++ Coffee Lake design and not on the more advanced 10nm Sunny Cove architecture. The chip was spotted running at 5.2 GHz and scored 640 points which are just 5 points under the Core i7-9700K.

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