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Intel’s Dual-Core Alder Lake-N CPU Benchmarked

Targeted at entry-level PCs, Intel’s Alder Lake-N family of processors has its own tier, with several including the flagship eight-core Core i3-N305, the mid-range quad-core N97, and the low-end dual-core N50. Contains options. . The latter belongs to a segment of little interest to performance-oriented users, which is why such chips are never reviewed. But someone shared the Intel processor N50 test results on his Geekbench (via) @BenchLeaks).

Intel’s Processor N50 It features two general-purpose cores based on the Gracemont microarchitecture. Running at 3.40 GHz, the chip features a UHD-badged Xe-based graphics core with 16 EUs at 750 MHz and supports up to 16 GB of DDR4, DDR5 and LPDDR5 memory. With a thermal design power of 6W, the CPU can serve a wide variety of applications including laptops, thin clients, compact desktops and many other low-power devices. What SoCs don’t offer, of course, is high performance.

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Header Cell – Column 0 Intel N50 Intel N97 Core i3-N305
General specifications 2E, up to 3.40 GHz | 16EU at 750MHz 4E, up to 3.60 GHz | 24 EUs at 1.20 GHz 8E, up to 3.78 GHz | 32 EUs at 1.25 GHz
Single Core | Score 1054 1208 1431
Multicore | Score 1388 2879 5538
OpenCL 2014 5192 7081

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