Intel Core Ultra 7 155H: Falling Short of Expectations

Core Ultra 7 really? Intel takes great pleasure in submerging rockets, cannons, arrows, and meteors in a lake together until they turn to ice. Joking aside, it’s a bad product; just don’t buy it, when it comes out ie, even if the salesperson tries very hard to convince you to because it’s an ultra power saver; comets, meteors, im getting old at this.

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Intel has begun shipping Meteor Lake, its next mobile platform, to OEMs and board partners who are developing new laptop designs. The launch of the Arc integrated graphics, which is based on the Xe-LPG architecture for discrete Arc desktop and mobile SKUs and is derived from Xe-HPG, is a major highlight of this platform.

Core Ultra 7 155H: Metor Lake Performance and Battery Life

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The Intel Core Ultra 7 155H, a part of the much-anticipated Meteor Lake lineup, has recently been tested in 3DMark TimeSpy. Despite outperforming the AMD Radeon 780M, the new integrated GPU (iGPU) has left many users underwhelmed. It is one of the fastest Meteor Lake chips is the Core Ultra 7 155H, which has a full 16-core configuration with 6 P-cores, 8 E-cores, and 2 Low-Power Cores built into the SoC die. According to reports, the processor will have a complete 8 Xe-Core GPU configuration, which achieved 3077 points in the 3DMark Time Spy Graphics test

There is a lot of interest surrounding the leaked benchmarks for Intel’s upcoming Core Ultra 7 155H Meteor Lake processor. Sadly, Team Blue is met with some unimpressive outcomes. Even though the chip’s integrated graphics capabilities show promise, factors like battery life and CPU performance are cause for concern, especially when compared to AMD’s Ryzen 7 7840HS.

Before its official release on December 14, Intel’s Core Ultra 7 155H, a member of the Meteor Lake mobile series, has previously had leaked information surface.

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The most recent data comes from pre-launch testing carried out by user Corbcas on Bilibili, which produced a varied array of outcomes.

When it comes to integrated graphics, the 155H excels, surpassing AMD’s Radeon 780M graphics from the Ryzen 7840HS with 3,077 points in the 3DMark Time Spy Graphics test. Considering the IGPU’s widespread use in high-end gaming handhelds, this accomplishment is noteworthy. But when compared to the Ryzen 7 7840HS, the 155H’s Cinebench R23 CPU results are noticeably less impressive. The CPU performance, however, paints a different picture as certain IPC grade expectations were not met by the Intel chip’s single- and multi-threaded scores, which was unexpected for a company renowned for its CPU strength. For those planning to purchase a new computer soon, this is important information as AMD is getting ready to release its Ryzen 8000G APU.

The 155H’s power consumption, measured in the Cinebench R23 and Time Spy tests at about 40 watts, is comparable to that of its rivals and does not represent a significant increase in efficiency. During tests of battery life, which included standby, web browsing, and video playback, the Ryzen 7 7840HS outperformed the 155H in terms of battery life.

The Core Ultra series, starting with Intel’s Meteor Lake chips, was expected to be a game-changer. However, the performance of the Core Ultra 7 155H has raised questions about the series’ potential. While the GPU performance of the 155H is a step in the right direction, the CPU results and battery life leave something to be desired.

In conclusion, while the Intel Core Ultra 7 155H shows promise in terms of iGPU performance, its overall performance has been a disappointment. It remains to be seen whether Intel can address these issues in the rest of the Core Ultra series.