Intel 13th Gen Core i7-1370P ‘Raptor Lake-P’ Laptop CPU Leaks out, 14 Cores & 5 GHz

The 13th Gen Intel Core i7-1370P ‘Raptor Lake-P’ CPU that replaces the 12th Gen Core i7-1270P ‘Alder Lake-P’ laptop has leaked.

Intel Readies 13th Generation Raptor Lake-P Processor for Laptops, Core i7-1370P with 14 Cores and 5GHz Boost Clock Speed

The latest leaks have confirmed that the range of 13th Gen Intel Raptor Lake laptop CPUs will feature HX ‘Enthusiast’, H ‘High-End’ and P ‘Mainstream’ parts. The latest leak is of an Intel Core i7-1370P which is part of the mainstream lineup and was shown in a Dynabook OK011A/0001 laptop.

The Intel Core i7-1370P processor is based on a 10nm ESF process node and features the same Raptor Cove and Gracemont hybrid architecture as the Raptor Lake desktop lineup. The CPU comes with a total of 14 cores and 20 threads which includes 6 electronic cores and 8 electronic cores. The Raptor Lake-P lineup will max out with this configuration while the HX chips will push the core count to 24 cores and 32 threads. This chip is clocked at a base frequency of 1.90GHz and an increased frequency of up to 5.0GHz. It also holds 24MB of L3 cache.

Intel’s Raptor Lake-P Core i7-1370P 13th Gen Laptop CPU tested in Geekbench 5. (Image credits: Benchleaks0

In terms of performance, the Intel Core i7-1370P CPU scored 1655 points in the single-core and 10184 points in the multi-core test within the Geekbench 5 benchmark. This isn’t necessarily a huge performance bump and is roughly 5% faster than the Core i7-1270P. The CPU sits just below the Core i7-13700H, which is to be expected since the H-part has a higher TDP for working with higher clock speeds.


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Intel recently confirmed during its investor relations meeting that the 13th generation of Raptor Lake CPUs for mobile platforms will launch in late 2022 after the desktop launch. Actual products may not hit retail until late winter or early 2023, but we expect Intel to use its Arc A-series GPUs along with NVIDIA’s high-end RTX 40-series options also headed to its CES 2023 reveal.

Intel Mobility CPU Lineup:

CPU family Arrow Lake Meteor Lake Raptor Lake Alder Lake
Process node (CPU) Intel 20A ‘5nm EUV’ Intel 4 ‘7nm EUV’ Intel 7 ’10nm ESF’ Processor Intel 7 ’10nm ESF’ Processor
CPU architecture Hybrid (Quad Core) Hybrid (Triple Core) Hybrid (dual core) Hybrid (dual core)
P-Core architecture Lyon Cove Redwood Cove Raptor Cove Golden Cove
E-Core Engineering skymont crestmont gracemont gracemont
top configuration to be announced later on 6 + 8 (H series) 6 + 8 (H series)
8 + 16 (HX-Series)
6 + 8 (H series)
8 + 8 (HX-Series)
Max cores/threads to be announced later on 14/20 14/20 14/20
Planned lineup H/P/U series H/P/U series H/P/U series H/P/U series
GPU architecture Xe2 Battlemage “Xe-LPG”
Xe3 Celestial “Xe-LPG”
Xe-LPG “Xe-MTL” Iris Xe (Gen 12) Iris Xe (Gen 12)
GPU execution units 192 EU (1024 cores)? 128 EUs (1024 cores)
192 EU (1536 cores)
96 EU (768 cores) 96 EU (768 cores)
Memory support to be announced later on DDR5-5600
LPDDR5X – 7400+
LPDDR5 – 6400
memory capacity (max) to be announced later on 96 GB 64 GB 64 GB
4 Thunderbolt ports to be announced later on 4 4 4
WiFi capability to be announced later on Wi-Fi 6e Wi-Fi 6e Wi-Fi 6e
TDP to be announced later on 15-45 watts 15-55 watts 15-55 watts
release 2H 2024? 2H 2023 1H 2023 1H 2022
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