The latest benchmark test of a Rocket Lake-S processor has appeared. This time, the Geekbench 5 listing included the Intel Core i5-11400, and the test shows a 35% improvement in single-core performance over the equivalent 10th-generation model.
Geekbench 5 results for the Intel Core i5-11400 show that the CPU probably arrives in a six-core and 12-thread configuration. The base clock of the processor is 2.6GHz, while the boost is 4.4GHz, making the Core i5-11400 offer 100MHz more than the Core i5-10400. The processor was tested on an ASRock Z590M motherboard, with 16GB of DDR4-2133 memory.
Performance for a single-core Core i5-11400 processor on the Geekbench 5 test is promising, and in addition to a 35% improvement over its predecessor, the score of 1500 points on the 1T benchmark is seven percent better than the Core i9-10900K CPU. In the multi-core benchmark, the processor scored 6664 points, which is 18% better than the models from the previous generation.
The 11th generation Intel Core processors are expected by the end of the first quarter of this year, and the latest information suggests the release on March 15.