After 3DMark, GeekBench 4 testdatabaseThe next generationCore i7-8565UFigure,An SB50 from Lenovo is confirmed to be a 4-core 8-thread, with a base frequency of 2.0 GHz and a Turbo dynamic acceleration of up to 4.6 GHz with 8 MB of L3 cache.
The only strange thing is that the code name is still recognized as Kaby Lake-U/Y - it only shows that these generations of platforms are essentially indistinguishable.
The 4.6GHz acceleration frequency is 400MHz higher than the current i7-8650U, which is 600MHz higher than the i7-8550U.
The i7-8565U score given by GeekBench 4 is 5,300 points for single thread and 15600 points for multithreading.Compared with i7-8650U, the single-threaded score is about 15% higher, and the conservative one will not be lower than 10%.
A new generation is also knownCore i5-8265UThe same frequency is very high, and the maximum speed can be accelerated to 3.9GHz, which is 300-500MHz higher than the current one.
However, these are the limits of single-core turbo frequency acceleration. It is hard to say how long it will last. After all, the 15W thermal design power consumption is limited there.