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Intel Core i7-8700T

Introduction

The Intel Core i7-8700T is a desktop processor of the Core i7 (Coffee Lake) generation, launched on Apr 2nd, 2018. It comes with 6 cores and 12 threads, clocked at 2400 MHz and consumes up to 35 Watts.

Specifications

Codename
Generation
Core i7 (Coffee Lake)
Market
Release Date
Apr 2nd, 2018
Process Size
TDP
35 W
Frequency
2400 MHz
Turbo Frequency
4000 MHz
Cores
6
Threads
12
Cache L1
64K (per core)
Cache L2
256K (per core)
Integrated Graphics
N/A
Memory Support
DDR4-2666 MHz Dual-channel
ECC Memory
No
PCI-Express
Gen 3, 16 Lanes(CPU only)
Features
AES-NI, AVX, AVX2, BMI1, BMI2, Boost 2.0, CLMUL, EIST, F16C, FMA3, HTT, Intel 64, MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSE4.2, SSSE3, TSX, TXT, VT-d, VT-x, XD bit

Benchmarks

Geekbench 5 Multi-thread
GeekBench is a cross-platform benchmarking utility. It runs a series of tests that simulate real world tasks. GeekBench multi-thread utilizes all cores, this makes it suitable for benchmarking servers.
Geekbench 5 Single-thread
GeekBench is a cross-platform benchmarking utility. It runs a series of tests that simulate real world tasks. GeekBench single-thread utilizes only one thread. The majority of applications (MS Word, web browsers, games) rarely utilize more than one thread at a time which makes this test suitable for measuring typical workloads.

Conclusion

Global performance
46%
Global multi-thread performance
20%
Global single-thread performance
56%
Desktop performance
46%
Desktop multi-thread performance
20%
Desktop single-thread performance
56%
Multi-thread performance — shows multi-thread performance compared to the fastest processor.
Single-thread performance — shows single-thread performance compared to the fastest processor.
Global performance — shows performance compared to the fastest processor.
Desktop performance — shows performance compared to the fastest desktop processor.
Mobile performance — shows performance compared to the fastest mobile processor.
Server performance — shows performance compared to the fastest server processor.
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