For most ordinary computer users, the impact of performance is not significant. For these platforms, the data we have published today support this view.
Intel said, with SSD and the eight generation core platform (Kaby Lake, Coffee Lake), effect of defense measures on performance is small.
In a variety of workloads, including the office software and media production represented in the SYSMark2014SE benchmark,It is expected to be less than 6%.
Official test shows that the seventh generation of Kaby Lake-H high-performance mobile platform (laptop pressure) is affected by the eighth generation platform (approximately 7% in the SYSMark2014SE benchmark test).
For the sixth generation Skylake-S platform, the test shows that the performance is slightly affected.,But the impact on the eighth - and seventh - generation platforms is still largely consistent (about 8% in the SYSMark2014SE benchmark.). We also used Windows 7 to perform performance tests on the same platform.
The result is that the impact of the test is very small (about 6% in the SYSMark2014SE benchmark), or even less than the system equipped with a hard disk.
Intel also said that, over the next week, it plans to provide representative data for the mobile and desktop platforms that have been launched over the past five years.
In the table belowThe relevant benchmarks, platforms, and test results are summarized.