Compared with AMD, core display performance has always been Intel's weakness. Therefore, unless the pursuit of extreme lightness and thinness, products currently on the market using Intel processors will generally cooperate with the independent display, but this situation may change with the listing of Tiger Lake-related products.
According to the test results announced today by Lenovo Rescuer, YOGA, and Xiaoxin series product directors, with the same use of LPDDR4X 4266 memory, the core display performance of Intel i5-1135G7 surpasses AMD R7 4800U, although the multi-core performance is still lower.
The core gaming performance of i5-1135G7 is about 83% of the same series i7, but it is close to MX350 with high frequency memory. In other words, there should be no problem running some mainstream games, and the actual experience should not be much different.
In addition, the core display performance of i5-1135G7 with LPDDR4X 4266 memory is about 1.7 times that of LPDDR 3200. That is to say, compared with buying i7 version, the impact of memory frequency is greater.
However, the good news is that according to the results of this test, if you don't have large-scale games or video rendering, 3D modeling and other needs, you don't have to be entangled when choosing a notebook with Intel's 11th-generation Core processor. It's just that when choosing the nuclear display version, it is best to pay attention to the memory frequency.