Intel 12th Gen Windows 11 vs. Windows 10 Performance Analysis (2022)

This Windows 11 versus Windows 10 performance analysis is a follow-up to this week’s review of PC Gamerz Hawaii premium Blue Elite 12700KF/RTX 3080/DDR4 prebuild. They are still using Windows 10 Pro so we performed all of our detailed benching on that operating system and then did a clean install of Windows 11 Pro using the same settings. We will see if there are any performance advantages or disadvantages for Intel 12th Gen gamers or creators still on Windows 10 who are considering an upgrade.Intel 12th Gen Windows 11 vs. Windows 10 Performance Analysis (1)

We benchmarked 20 games with HAGS (Hardware Accelerated GPU Scheduling) off between Windows 10 and 11 and then turned on HAGS for all 40 Windows 11 games. Before we head to the performance chart featuring 40 games plus creative, workstation, and professional benchmarks, it’s important to detail the hardware and software configuration used for our for our benchmarking as well as our testing methodology.

Test Configuration – Hardware

PC Gamerz Hawaii Blue Elixir

  • Intel Core i7-12700KF (HyperThreading/Turbo boost On) (All listed Blue Elixir hardware except the portable SSDsupplied by PC GamerZ Hawaii)
  • ASUS TUF Gaming H670-PRO WIFI D4 (Intel H670 chipset, latest BIOS, PCIe 5.0/5.0/3.0/3.1/3.2 specification, CrossFire/SLI 8x+8x)
  • G.SKILL Trident Z 16GB DDR4 (2x16GB, dual channel at 3600MHz)
  • Crucial P2 1TB NVMe SSD PCIe 3.0 (2400MBps/1900MBps Read/Write) for C: drive
  • The T-FORCE M200 4TB USB 3.2 Gen2x2 Type-C Portable SSD (supplied by Team Groupfor game storage)
  • EVGA 850B5, 850W Bronze PSU
  • ACER (LC27G75TQSNXZA) 27″ 1920×1080/165Hz monitor
  • Lian-Li Galahad 360 AIO Cooler
  • CoolerMaster TD500 Mesh White

Test Configuration – Software

  • GeForce 512.77
  • High Quality, prefer maximum performance, single display, set in the NVIDIA control panel; Vsync off.
  • Optimizations are off, Vsync is forced off, Texture filtering is set to High Quality, and Power management prefer maximum performance
  • AA enabled as noted in games; all in-game settings are specified with 16xAF always applied
  • Highest quality sound (stereo) used in all games
  • All games have been patched to their latest versions
  • Gaming results show average frame rates inbold including minimum frame rates (1% lows/99 percentiles) shown on the chart next to the averages in a smaller italics font where higher is better.
  • Windows 11 Pro edition clean install and Windows 10 64-bit Pro edition; latest updates. DX11 titles are run under the DX11 render path. DX12 titles are generally run under DX12, and multiple games use the Vulkan API.
  • Latest DirectX

Games

Vulkan

  • DOOM Eternal
  • Wolfenstein Youngblood
  • Red Dead Redemption 2
  • Ghost Recon: Breakpoint
  • World War Z
  • Strange Brigade
  • Rainbow 6 Siege

DX12

  • God of War
  • Ghostwire: Tokyo
  • Elden Ring
  • Dying Light 2
  • Forza Horizon 5
  • Call of Duty: Vanguard
  • Guardians of the Galaxy
  • Far Cry 6
  • Chernobylite
  • Resident Evil Village
  • Metro Exodus Enhanced Edition
  • Hitman 3
  • Godfall
  • DiRT 5
  • Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla
  • Cyberpunk 2077
  • Watch Dogs: Legion
  • Horizon Zero Dawn
  • Death Stranding
  • F1 2021
  • Borderlands 3
  • Tom Clancy’s The Division 2
  • Battlefield V
  • Shadow of the Tomb Raider
  • Civilization VI – Gathering Storm Expansion
  • Shadow of the Tomb Raider

DX11

  • Total War: Warhammer III
  • Days Gone
  • Crysis Remastered
  • Destiny 2 Shadowkeep
  • Total War: Three Kingdoms
  • Overwatch
  • Assetto Corsa: Competizione
  • Grand Theft Auto V

Synthetic

  • TimeSpy (DX12)
  • 3DMark FireStrike & Extreme
  • Superposition
  • VRMark Blue Room
  • Cinebench
  • GeekBench
  • OctaneBench
  • AIDA64 CPU, cache & memory, and GPGPU benchmarks
  • Blender 3.01 benchmark
  • Sandra 2021 CPU Benchmarks
  • SPECviewperf 2020
  • SPEC Workstation

NVIDIA Control Panel settings

Here are the NVIDIA Control Panel settings.

Let’s head to the performance charts.

Performance Summary Charts

Here are the performance results of 40 games and 5 synthetic tests comparing the performance of Windows 11 with Windows 10 using PCGz’ Blue Elixir. Click on each chart to open in a pop-up for best viewing.

All gaming results show average framerates in bold text, and higher is better. Minimum framerates (1% lows/99-percentiles) are next to the averages in italics and in a slightly smaller font. We picked the highest settings as shown on the charts. Wins (or ties) are show by yellow text.

Windows 10 HAGS off vs. Windows 11 HAGS off vs. Windows 11 HAGS on

We first benchmarked 20 games with HAGS (Hardware Accelerated GPU Scheduling) off between Windows 10 and 11, and also using Windows 11 with HAGS on vs. off. We did not benchmark Windows 10 with HAGS on. Column 1 shows the Windows 10 results (HAGS off) versus Column 2 which shows Windows 11 results (HAGS off). Performance wins are in yellow text. Column 2 repeats Windows 11 results with HAGS off versus Column 3 with Windows 11 with HAGS on. We use a slightly darker yellow text to show Windows 11 performance wins between HAGS off versus on.

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Intel 12th Gen Windows 11 vs. Windows 10 Performance Analysis (6)Intel 12th Gen Windows 11 vs. Windows 10 Performance Analysis (7)Interestingly, nineteen of twenty average results between HAGS off Windows 10 and Windows 11 are approximately within what is considered the 3% margin of benchmarking error. Civilization VI, a CPU-heavy benchmark, is the only outlier that favors Windows 10. When HAGS is turned on for Windows 11, Civ’s performance normalizes between the OSes. HAGS on for Windows 11 doesn’t appear to give any significant performance disadvantages so we benchmarked all 40 games with HAGS on for Windows 11 in the following set of charts.

Windows 10 HAGS off vs. Windows 11 HAGS on

Column 1 shows the Windows 10 performance results (HAGS off) versus Column 2 which shows Windows 11 results (HAGS on). Performance wins are in yellow text.

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Again, most of the results fall within the benchmarking margin of error. For most of the games, the average performance is quite close. Notable outliers occur in several minimums and especially with the CPU-heavy benchmark, Total War: Three Kingdoms, where Windows 11 minimums are far higher than with Windows 10.

Let’s look at non-gaming applications next to see how Windows 11 compares to Windows 10 in creative/workstation/pro tasks starting with Blender benchmarks.

(Video) Intel Windows 10 vs. Windows 11 Alder Lake Benchmarks (12900K & 12600K CPUs)

Blender 3.01 Benchmark

Blenderis a very popular open source 3D content creation suite. It supports every aspect of 3D development with a complete range of tools for professional 3D creation.Intel 12th Gen Windows 11 vs. Windows 10 Performance Analysis (12)

We benchmarked all three Open Data Blender.org benchmarks which measures both CPU and GPU performance by measuring samples per second by render production files. Intel 12th Gen Windows 11 vs. Windows 10 Performance Analysis (13)

For the following chart, higher is better as the benchmark renders a scene multiple times and gives the results as samples per second.

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Windows 11 Blender benchmark results have a slight edge over Windows 10.

Next, we move on to AIDA64 CPU, Cache & Memory, and GPGPU benchmarks.

AIDA64v6.70

AIDA64is an important industry tool forbenchmarkers. Its GPGPU benchmarks measure performance and give scores to compare against other popular video cards while it’s CPU benchmarks compare relative performance of processors.

AIDA64’s benchmark code methods are written in Assembly language, and they are well-optimized for every popular AMD, Intel, NVIDIA and VIA processor by utilizing the appropriate instruction set extensions. We use the Engineer’s full version of AIDA64 courtesy of FinalWire. AIDA64 isfree to to try and use for 30 days.

CPU/FPU Benchmark Results

AIDA64 CPU/FPU results are summarized below in two charts for comparison.

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GPGPU Benchmark Summary

Here is the AIDA64 GPGPU comparison summarized between Windows 11 and Windows 10 below.

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Cache & Memory Benchmarks

Here is the summary chart of the cache & memory benchmarks.

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There are no real differences between AIDA64 Windows 11 and Windows 10 benchmark results. So let’s look at Sandra 2021 next.

SiSoft Sandra 2021

To see where the CPU, GPU, and motherboard performance results differ, there is no better tool than SiSoft’s Sandra 2021. SiSoftwareSANDRA(theSystemANalyser,Diagnostic andReportingAssistant) is a excellent information & diagnostic utility in a complete package. It is able to provide all the information about your hardware, software, and other devices for diagnosis and for benchmarking. Sandra is derived from a Greek name that implies “defender” or “helper”.

There areseveral versionsof Sandra, including a free version ofSandra Litethat anyone can download and use.Sandra 2021 is the latest version, and we are using the full engineer suite courtesy of SiSoft. Sandra 2021 features continuous multiple monthly incremental improvements over earlier versions of Sandra. It will benchmark and analyze all of the important PC subsystems and even rank your PC while giving recommendations for improvement.

We ran the latest version of Sandra’s intensive Processor benchmarks and summarize the overall results below.

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In Sandra’s synthetic CPU benchmarks, Windows 10 scores higher than Windows 11.

Cinebench

Cinebench is based on MAXON’s professional 3D content creation suite, Cinema 4D. This latest R23 version of Cinebench can test up to 64 processor threads accurately and automatically. It is an excellent tool to compare CPU/memory performance and higher is better.

Cinebench’s Multi-Core benchmark will stress a CPU reasonably well over its 10-minute run and will show any weaknesses in CPU cooling. This is the test where we discovered that the Blue Elixir’s 12700K hit nearly 100C on Core 5 and lead us to conclude that the wrong LGA 1200 backplate was used by the PCGz builders instead of LGA 1700.

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Here is the summary chart.

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Windows 11 scores a bit higher than Windows 10 in Cinebench. Now we benchmark using GeekBench which measures CPU and GPU performance.

(Video) Windows 10 vs Windows 11 on Intel 12th Gen CPU 1080p

GeekBench

(Video) Windows 10 vs Windows 11 on Intel 12th Gen CPU

GeekBench is an excellent CPU/GPU benchmarking program which runs a series of tests and times how long the processor takes to complete its tasks. It focuses on the CPU Multi- and Single Core performance as well as GPU performance which tests OpenCL, CUDA, and Vulcan

The summary charts below show the comparative performance scores.

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In Geekbench, Windows 11 tends to score higher than Windows 10.

Lets check out Octanebench, another GPU-heavy test

Octanebench

OctaneBenchallows you to benchmark GPUs using OctaneRender. The hardware and software requirements to run OctaneBench are the same as for OctaneRender Standalone.Intel 12th Gen Windows 11 vs. Windows 10 Performance Analysis (22)

Here is the summary chart:

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There is no meaningful difference between Octanebench benchmarks run on Windows 11 and Windows 10. Next up, SPECworkstation.

SPECworkstation3 (3.0.4) Benchmarks

All theSPECworkstation3 benchmarksare based on professional applications, most of which are in the CAD/CAM or media and entertainment fields. All of these benchmarks are free except to vendors of computer-related products and/or services. The most comprehensive workstation benchmark isSPECworkstation3. It’s a free-standing benchmark which does not require ancillary software. It measures GPU, CPU, storage and all other major aspects of workstation performance based on actual applications and representative workloads.

SPECworkstation benchmarks are very demanding and all benchmarks were tested in an official run.

Here are the SPECworkstation Raw Scores which give the details.

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Windows 11 trades blows with Windows 10 in SPECworkstation3 benchmarks. Although a few individual benches refused to run on Windows 10, there is no clear winner.

Now, let’s look at a GPU-heavy SPEC benching suite, SPECviewperf 2020.

SPECviewperf 2020 GPU Benches

The SPEC Graphics Performance Characterization Group (SPECgpc) released a 2020 version of its SPECviewperf benchmark that features updated viewsets, new models, support for up to 4K display resolutions, and improved set-up and results management. We use 1900×1060 display resolution.Intel 12th Gen Windows 11 vs. Windows 10 Performance Analysis (25)Here are SPECviewperf 2020 benchmarks summarized in the chart below.Intel 12th Gen Windows 11 vs. Windows 10 Performance Analysis (26)

Again there is no clear winner between the OSes. Let’s head to our conclusion.

Final Thoughts

We can conclude from our benchmarking using the PCGz Hawaii Blue Elite i7-12700KF/DDR4/RTX 3080 FTW PC that there is very little performance difference between Windows 10 and Windows 11. There is no reason not to upgrade to Windows 11 although there appears to be no performance disadvantages to remaining on Windows 10.

As to enabling HAGS or not on Windows 11, we agree with Rodrigo who found some HAGS performance inconsistences but also concluded:

“Anyway, the HAGS feature is still quite promising and can improve performance in some cases, so we also recommend doing your testing to see how it works with your gaming rig and set of favorite games.”

Later this week, we will follow up with a T-FORCE NVMe SSD review and then with a VR review featuring the Hellhound RX 6650 XT versus the RX 6700 XT and versus the RTX 3060 Ti.

Happy Gaming!

(Video) Which Windows is better for 12th Gen? | i9 12900k Windows 11 VS Windows 10 Benchmark

FAQs

Is Windows 11 better than Windows 10 in performance? ›

In short, updating to Windows 11 means a more snappy experience where apps load faster and your PC wakes from sleep with ease. Windows 10 fast, but Windows 11 is just a bit faster.

Does 12th Gen Intel run better Windows 11? ›

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Is Windows 11 faster and lighter than Windows 10? ›

Windows 11 definitely feels faster and smoother compared to Windows 10. Much of this comes from the improved memory management system that Windows 11 is using. If you own an average computer in terms of specs, you'll definitely notice the difference. The same is valid for old low-specs machines.

Will Windows 11 run slower than Windows 10? ›

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Is Windows 11 actually faster? ›

If your PC has less RAM and CPU power, then Windows 11 will definitely offer better performance as it focuses on the foreground apps and has fewer background processes consuming limited resources.

Does Windows 11 use more RAM? ›

You will notice that everything seems to be faster, a new interface and you will see some new icons. One of the biggest changes that you can expect from Windows 11 is the fact that it uses more RAM than its predecessor.

Should I use Windows 11 for Alder Lake? ›

However, Microsoft has stated that it has worked with Intel to ensure that Windows 11 is specifically optimized for Alder Lake's new CPU core design and Thread Director. Both companies have said that thanks to the optimizations, Alder Lake will perform better on Windows 11 than other operating systems as a result.

Is Alder Lake faster on Windows 11? ›

Here, this Alder Lake processor's single-core score on Windows 11 came to 1842—a roughly 1.68% worse result than on Windows 10. Five minutes into the test, Windows 11 posted about 9.75% cooler CPU temperature although it was marginally behind in terms of power usage.

Can Alder Lake run on Windows 10? ›

geofelt said: Gaming performance is mainly driven by the graphics card and not the cpu. On the cpu side, games respond best to good single thread performance, and on that score, Alder lake is very good. That CPU looks great, but I want to make sure that pairing it with windows 10 won't cause problems.

Does Windows 11 use more RAM than Windows 10? ›

Other software and applications that generate loads on memory as the user operates them are considered separate memory spaces. So, when comparing Windows 11 and Windows 10, Windows 11 requires more memory to run its functionalities than Windows 10.

Is win11 heavier than win10? ›

Replies (3)  Yep.

Why is my PC slower with Windows 11? ›

Here are some common issues listed which can lead to windows 11 slow performance on your PC or laptop: Issues with the hard disk. Issues with the background running startup tasks. System drive having low disk space.

Is it worth upgrading Windows 10 to 11? ›

As such, you're less likely to run into performance issues and bugs. Upgrade to Windows 11 if security is your priority — If you're someone who prefers to stay updated on security, Windows 11 should serve you well. Windows 10 will continue to get security updates until October 14, 2025.

Does Windows 11 cause performance issues? ›

According to Microsoft, some Intel "Killer" and "SmartByte" networking software is not playing nicely with Windows 11. This can cause Windows 11 PCs with said software to experience decreased Internet performance, most notably slower loading of websites and videos.

Can I revert back to Windows 10 from Windows 11? ›

How to roll back from Windows 11 to Windows 10. Here's how to make the switch back to Windows 10: Start menu > Settings > Windows Update > Advanced options > Recovery > Previous version of Windows (you may see Go back instead). That's it!

Does Windows 11 affect performance? ›

Windows 11 may not be any faster at games than Windows 10, but neither is it any slower. Of course, we tested Windows 11 with VBS disabled—that was the default after a clean install on our test hardware.

Does Windows 11 use more RAM than 10? ›

Other software and applications that generate loads on memory as the user operates them are considered separate memory spaces. So, when comparing Windows 11 and Windows 10, Windows 11 requires more memory to run its functionalities than Windows 10.

Will Windows 11 make my PC slower? ›

Though Windows 11 brings a whole new design haul along with some improved features, some users are experiencing windows 11 slow performance after installing it. It is important here to mention that Windows 11 is not stable yet, so you may have to wait for a couple of weeks or months to use it fully.

Does Windows 11 lower FPS? ›

If you've recently upgraded to Windows 11 and you're starting to notice performance drops in the FPS (Frames per Second) department when playing your favorite games, don't worry, you're not the only one.

After reviewing all 12th-gen Intel Core CPUs, today we're taking a look at how these new processors compare when using Windows 10 and Windows 11, plus Windows...

After reviewing all the 12th generation Intel Core CPUs launched so far, today we're taking a look at how these new processors compare when using Windows 10 and Windows 11, plus Windows 11 running VBS (Virtualization-Based Security).. Starting with the Cinebench R23 multi-core results, we see that the difference between Windows 10 and Windows 11 is non-existent with both operating systems able to maximize the performance of Intel's latest Core i7 processor.. We're also seeing a similar thing for the single core performance, Windows 10 and 11 are much the same here, but enabling VBS on Windows 11 reduced performance by 5%.. The 7-Zip file manager compression performance is similar between Windows 10 and Windows 11 again, with both OS running with VBS disabled.. However, enabling VBS does reduce Windows 11 performance with the 12700KF by 10%.. We're looking at a similar thing with the Corona benchmark, though overall Windows 11 without VBS enabled produced the best result, beating Windows 10 by a 5% margin.. We're looking at a 4% performance improvement for code compilation work using Windows 11 over 10, though enabling VBS did reduce performance by 6%.. So VBS enabled Windows 11 will provide worse efficiency data when compared to Windows 10.. It's also interesting to note that with VBS enabled, Windows 10 and Windows 11 delivered virtually the same level of performance.. Enabling VBS does reduce Windows 11 performance by up to 11%, seen when looking at the 1% low data.. Age of Empires IV provides us with what looks to be another typical looking set of results, that being comparable performance between Windows 10 and 11, with the VBS enabled Windows 11 configuration dropping a considerable amount of performance, this time a 17% reduction for the 1% low.. In terms of average frame rates across our 10 game sample, we find that Windows 10 and Windows 11 are much of a muchness with no more than a frame or two separating the two as long as VBS is not enabled.

Today we're talking our first real look at Windows 11 performance to see how much difference there is when compared to Windows 10, but also to establish...

As far as we're aware, Intel 10th and 11th-gen desktop CPUs should deliver comparable performance using either Windows 10 or Windows 11 .. Now along with a fresh install of Windows 10 and Windows 11 , we've also included a configuration based on a Windows 10 fresh install that was then upgraded to Windows 11.. We should note that by fresh install we mean this is a recent install of Windows made on a brand new SSD, which is then loaded with all the applications we require for testing and diagnosing performance, so at that point we've installed as many (or more) applications and games than most of you will have installed at a given time.. For the 10105F, the Windows 10 and Windows 11 installs deliver the same results, but enabling VBS does incur a 7% performance penalty and this will be noticed in memory-sensitive scenarios, such as gaming.. With the more powerful 11900K, we see that Windows 10 delivered the best results as the upgrade to Windows 11 increased latency by 5%, though a fresh Windows 11 install only increased latency by 3%.. The Windows 10 and Windows 11 results are essentially identical, but enabling VBS comes with a slight performance penalty, this time around 3% when compared to what we saw when using Windows 10.. Moving on to the 7-Zip File Manager results we see that for the most part the Core i3 processor is able to deliver the same level of performance using Windows 10 or 11, with the VBS enabled Windows 11 configuration being the only exception as performance dropped 3%.. Upgrading the Windows 10 install to Windows 11 reduced performance by 3% and a fresh install restored some of that.. Then when comparing the fresh Windows 11 install with VBS enabled we again saw a 3% performance hit.. Testing with Adobe Photoshop 2021 shows similar performance for all four tested configurations when using the Core i3 processor and enabling VBS resulted in a 3% performance hit.. Both the Core i3 and Core i9 parts delivered the same performance using either Windows 10 or 11 in the Adobe After Effects benchmark, though this time we see a significant 10% performance drop with VBS enabled.. Those results aside we see identical performance from Windows 10 and Windows 11 using either CPU.. Windows 11 is offering a massive increase in write performance over Windows 10.. For the most part there is little to no difference between Windows 11 and Windows 10 using Intel 10th and 11th-gen Core series processors across gaming, application, and storage performance.. In a nutshell, Windows 11 offers no real performance advantage over Windows 10 with perhaps the only exception being random read/write storage performance, but we won't know if this was limited to our test configuration or not until we conduct further testing.

We benchmarked a recent Dell laptop under both versions of Windows to see the performance differences in everyday apps.

To that end, we tested a laptop before and after upgrading to the new OS, running the same set of tests on Windows 10 and then Windows 11, to judge the impact of the upgrade .. Of course, some of the efficiency improvements for Windows 11 that Microsoft sunk time and effort into don’t show up in pure performance tests like these.. Consider those aspects of Windows 11 the special user-friendly sauce on top of the base UI and any potential performance gains.. The laptop in question for this Windows 11 experiment is the Dell Inspiron 14 7415 2-in-1 .. This machine isn't a productivity workhorse, but an everyday general-use laptop representative of the kind that the average user will log in to at home each day.. Based on the numbers here, it seems to have worked.. All four of these tests generate proprietary performance numbers specific to that test, higher being better.. We ran the sample Inspiron laptop through our testing regimen in Windows 10 with the most current updates, then took up the Windows Update tool's offer to push the system to Windows 11.. The chart set below has this laptop’s results for those tests on Windows 10 and 11.. The Windows 11 results mostly edge out the Windows 10 numbers, even if not by much.. None of these margins in either direction means a lot for practical real-world use, at the end of the day—none of the 200-point gap on Cinebench, the 132-point gap on PCMark 10, and especially not the 5-point difference on the Photoshop PugetBench measure will be noticeable in regular use.. We look forward to being able to see Thread Director in action (and put it to the test) on Alder Lake-based laptops when they are available, but they haven't been released yet, nor have Alder Lake mobile chips even been announced, though Intel has confirmed that they are indeed coming.. Of course, Alder Lake mobile CPUs will presumably ship only on laptops with Windows 11 pre-installed, not 10, so the point may be moot.. Based on these results, there’s no reason to hold off on the upgrade to Windows 11 on a purely performance basis.

Intel 12th Gen Windows 11 vs. Windows 10 Performance Analysis. Looking for: - Intel windows 10  Click here to DOWNLOAD       Intel wi...

- Intel windows 10. Identify the processor : Press the Windows key on your keyboard and start typing "System " , choose System Information, which will show Processor information with the name and the number.. Intel may terminate this Agreement immediately, upon notice from Intel, if You violate its terms.. Intel is not obligated under any other agreements unless they are in writing and signed by an authorized representative of Intel.. The failure of either party to require performance by the other party of any provision hereof will not affect the full right to require such performance at any time thereafter; nor will the waiver by either party of a breach of any provision here of be taken or held to be a waiver of theprovision itself.. Windows 11 Blender benchmark results have a slight edge over Windows Once you see the processor in the drop-down, click it.

We put an Alienware gaming laptop through punishing benchmark trials on both Windows versions. The question: Can turning Windows up to 11 crank up your game?

in Windows 11 for gaming , we took matters into our own hands once again: We ran the same batch of gaming benchmark tests, in turn, on the same laptop on each operating system, in a best-case scenario to show any differences.. Perhaps not maximum specs, but definitely toward the upper end for slim laptops.. Now, for the benchmark tests.. You can read up on how we test laptops in general for more on each test we run.. Also, note that F1 2021 is run twice, but both runs are at maximum settings—the difference is that one run has Nvidia's DLSS image-sharpening tech switched off, the other has DLSS on.. Before we dive in, it’s worth mentioning some of the built-in Windows 11 gaming features, because they may have an effect on our results.. Windows 11 Gaming Settings. We were able to replicate this slight advantage with repeated runs, too.. Unlike the conclusion we drew in our Windows 11 vs. Windows 10 productivity tests , and to a degree the synthetic tests, we noted some marked jumps between the operating systems here.. F1 2021 and Rainbow Six: Siege saw at least a few frames of improvement on Windows 11.. We switched Game Mode, GPU acceleration, and variable refresh rate off, and the frame rates in Windows 11 didn’t drop back to Windows 10 levels.. Valhalla was technically one or two frames lower on Windows 11, but that’s well within the margin of error, and Red Dead and Forza served up identical frame rates.. No games in our tests performed worse on the new OS, at least, and a few saw better frame rates.

Every operating system runs what is called a scheduler – a low-level program that dictates where workloads should be on the processor depending on factors like performance, thermals, and priority. A naïve scheduler that only has to deal with a single core or a homogenous design has it pretty easy, managing only power and thermals. Since those single core days though, schedulers have grown more complex.

Every operating system runs what is called a scheduler – a low-level program that dictates where workloads should be on the processor depending on factors like performance, thermals, and priority.. One thread on a core might be running at 100%, but two threads on a single core, while overall throughput might increase to 140%, it might mean that each thread is only running at 70%.. Alder Lake has two sets of cores (P-cores and E-cores), but it actually has three levels of performance and efficiency: P-cores, E-Cores, and hyperthreads on P-cores.. The microcontroller on the CPU is what we call Intel Thread Director.. While Windows 10 considers the E-cores as lower performance than P-cores, it doesn’t know how well each core does at a given frequency with a workload, whereas Windows 11 does.. Anything in Class 1 or 2 is recommended for P cores, with Class 2 having higher priority.. Everything else fits in Class 0, with frequency adjustments to optimize for IPC and efficiency if placed on the P-cores.. The OS may force any class of workload onto any core, depending on the user.. There was some confusion in the press briefing as to whether Thread Director can ‘learn’ during operation, and how long it would take – to be clear, Thread Director doesn’t learn, it already knows from the pre-trained algorithm.. Ultimately even if you wanted to make the algorithm self-learn your workflow, the algorithm can’t actually see which thread relates to which program or utility – that’s something on the operating system level, and down to Microsoft.. Ultimately, Thread Director could suggest a series of things, and the operating system can choose to ignore them all.. When a user is on the balanced power plan, Microsoft will move any software or window that is in focus (i.e. selected) onto the P-cores.. Conversely, if you click away from one window to another, the thread for that first window will move to an E-core, and the new window now gets P-core priority.

Windows 11 OS (version 21H2) performance analysis with an RX 6700 XT and RTX 3080 testing 23 games and comparing it versus Windows 10 21H1.

The Windows 11 OS upgrade (version 21H2, build 22000) started to become publicly available a month ago, and this performance analysis will showcase gaming using both the reference AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT and the Gigabyte AORUS GeForce RTX 3080 MASTER.. The games tested, settings, hardware, and Adrenalin and GeForce drivers are identical except for the Windows OS builds we compare.. Radeon Software Adrenalin 21.11.1 beta drivers ; Radeon features ‘Disabled’, texture filtering quality set to ‘High’, and tesselation mode set to ‘Use application settings’; AMD FreeSync ‘Disabled’ (when applicable).. NVIDIA GeForce 496.49 WHQL drivers ; ‘High Quality’ and ‘prefer maximum performance’ (on a per-game profile-basis); Shader Cache Size ‘Unlimited’ (globally); fixed refresh rate (globally).. V-Sync application controlled in the NVIDIA control panel, and disabled in-game.. Latest DirectX All 23 games are patched to their latest versions at the time of publication.. We compare and value the results and aggregated records in terms of percentages of gain/loss, by setting the following thresholds to consider a certain % value as significant (not within the margin of error) for our benchmarking purposes: Score/FPS Avg > 3% when valuing hybrid and non-synthetic benchmarks; FPS Avg > 3% when evaluating raw performance ; P1/P0.2 > 3% when evaluating frame time consistency ; after applying our custom formula. Borderlands 3 (DX11) Chernobylite (DX11) Days Gone (DX11) Deus Ex: Mankind Divided (DX11) Far Cry New Dawn (DX11) Neon Noir (DX11; Loop Mode) Tom Clancy’s Ghost Ghost Recon Breakpoint (DX11) Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 (DX11) – with Radeon. Radeon Software Adrenalin Control Center Global Graphics Settings (AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT).All AMD Radeon Software Adrenalin settings are set so that all optimizations are off, Texture filtering is set to ‘High’, and Tessellation uses application settings.. NVIDIA Control Panel Global 3D Settings (AORUS RTX 3080 MASTER).Both ‘High-Quality’ values for texture filtering-quality setting and ‘Prefer maximum performance’ for power management mode are set on a per-game or program profile-basis via Manage 3D Settings > Program settings tab.. Below are the summary charts of 23 games plus 4 hybrid and 4 non-synthetic benchmarks used to compare the performance changes for the reference RX 6700 XT and the AORUS RTX 3080 MASTER from the Windows 10 May 2021 (21H1) version to the latest Windows 11 (21H2) version.. You can see the list of graphics settings on the charts, and we run each built-in or custom game benchmark’s sequence at 2560×1440, except for Borderlands 3 , Days Gone , Far Cry New Dawn , and Far Cry 6 , tested at 3840×2160 resolution when using our RTX 3080; and LEGO® Builder’s Journey (DX12 & DXR) and Watch Dogs: Legion (DXR) which are tested at 1920×1080 resolution when using our RX 6700 XT.. There are also columns showing percentages of gain/loss in both raw performance (average FPS) and, when applicable, in frametimes consistency or stability between the different driver versions.. We found no significant differences in gaming performance using the latest Windows 11 (21H2) version compared with Windows 10 May 2021 (21H1) version using our RX 6700 XT and RTX 3080.

We benchmarked a recent Dell laptop under both versions of Windows to see the performance differences in everyday apps.

Whether Windows 11 offers superior, reduced, or the same performance as Windows 10 , we wanted to put some empirical data behind this speculation.. To that end, we tested a laptop before and after upgrading to the new OS, running the same set of tests on Windows 10 and then Windows 11, to judge the impact of the upgrade .. Dell Inspiron 14 7415 2-in-1Of course, some of the efficiency improvements for Windows 11 that Microsoft sunk time and effort into don’t show up in pure performance tests like these.. Early on in the launch cycle for Windows 11, Microsoft warned about diminished performance with Ryzen processors on Windows 11, but it has since pushed an update meant to fix that issue.. All four of these tests generate proprietary performance numbers specific to that test, higher being better.. We ran the sample Inspiron laptop through our testing regimen in Windows 10 with the most current updates, then took up the Windows Update tool's offer to push the system to Windows 11.. The chart set below has this laptop’s results for those tests on Windows 10 and 11.. The Windows 11 results mostly edge out the Windows 10 numbers, even if not by much.. Based on these results, there’s no reason to hold off on the upgrade to Windows 11 on a purely performance basis.

We put an Alienware gaming laptop through punishing benchmark trials on both Windows versions. The question: Can turning Windows up to 11 crank up your game?

in Windows 11 for gaming , we took matters into our own hands once again: We ran the same batch of gaming benchmark tests, in turn, on the same laptop on each operating system, in a best-case scenario to show any differences.. Perhaps not maximum specs, but definitely toward the upper end for slim laptops.. Test subject: The Alienware x15Now, for the benchmark tests.. You can read up on how we test laptops in general for more on each test we run.. Before we dive in, it’s worth mentioning some of the built-in Windows 11 gaming features, because they may have an effect on our results.. Windows 11 Gaming SettingsAdditionally, under the display settings (in Settings, select Display > Graphics, then click the text that says “change default graphics settings”) there are options for hardware-accelerated GPU scheduling and variable refresh rate.. Unlike the conclusion we drew in our Windows 11 vs. Windows 10 productivity tests , and to a degree the synthetic tests, we noted some marked jumps between the operating systems here.. We switched Game Mode, GPU acceleration, and variable refresh rate off, and the frame rates in Windows 11 didn’t drop back to Windows 10 levels.. Valhalla was technically one or two frames lower on Windows 11, but that’s well within the margin of error, and Red Dead and Forza served up identical frame rates.. No games in our tests performed worse on the new OS, at least, and a few saw better frame rates.

Today marks the official retail availability of Intel’s 12th Generation Core processors, starting with the overclockable versions this side of the New Year, and the rest in 2022. These new processors are the first widescale launch of a hybrid processor design for mainstream Windows-based desktops using the underlying x86 architecture: Intel has created two types of core, a performance core and an efficiency core, to work together and provide the best of performance and low power in a singular package. This hybrid design and new platform however has a number of rocks in the river to navigate: adapting Windows 10, Windows 11, and all sorts of software to work properly, but also introduction of DDR5 at a time when DDR5 is still not widely available. There are so many potential pitfalls for this product, and we’re testing the flagship Core i9-12900K in a few key areas to see how it tackles them.

The goal is that software that is not urgent runs on efficiency cores, but time-sensitive software runs on performance cores, and that has required a new management control between the processor and Windows has been developed to enable Alder Lake to work at its best.. We test both DDR4 and DDR5 later on in the review to see if there is a performance difference.. Suffice to say, from the perspective of a hardware reviewer, this launch is a difficult one to cover.. P-core vs E-core DDR5 vs DDR4 Windows 11 vs Windows 10. Windows 11 is really new.. Core i9-12900K on DDR5 vs the Competition Core i9-12900K on DDR5 vs Core i9-12900K on DDR4 Power and Performance of the P-Core vs E-Core Core i9-12900K Windows 11 vs Windows 10. Intel Disabled AVX-512, but Not Really The Intel 12th Gen Core i9-12900K Review: Hybrid Performance brings Hybrid ComplexityIntel Disabled AVX-512, but Not ReallyFundamental Windows 10 Issues: Priority and FocusPower: P-Core vs E-Core, Win10 vs Win11Instruction Changes for Golden Cove and GracemontCPU Tests: Core-to-Core and Cache Latency, DDR4 vs DDR5 MLPCPU Tests: SPEC ST Performance on P-Cores & E-CoresCPU Tests: SPEC MT Performance - DDR5 AdvantageCPU Tests: SPEC MT Performance - P and E-Core ScalingCPU Benchmark Performance: E-CoreCPU Benchmark Performance: Windows 11 vs Windows 10CPU Benchmark Performance: DDR5 vs DDR4 Gaming Performance: DDR5 vs DDR4 CPU Benchmark Performance: Intel vs AMD Gaming Performance: Intel vs AMD Conclusion: Variables Maketh the CPU

Our benchmark tests on early Intel 12th-gen laptops indeed show that the Core i9-12900HK is the "fastest mobile processor ever."

Normally we’d opt for the higher performance profile to get the best possible performance, but we left them as set and just wanted to point it out to shoot down assumptions that Intel might have “rigged” this performance preview by opting for the maximum cooling settings.. The results we see aren’t much of a surprise when you remember that Intel’s 12th-gen Alder Lake H processors feature a hybrid design , using six improved “performance cores” coupled with eight “efficiency cores” in this flagship Core i9-12900HK.. Intel’s 12th-gen “Alder Lake” cores greatly boost efficiency per clock and we see that manifest itself here, where the 12th gen Core i9-12900HK is roughly 16 percent faster than the Ryzen 9 5900HX and 9.3 percent faster than the 11th gen Core i9-11980HK.. The performance difference between the CPUs close up a little but the Core i9-12900HK still offers a commanding 23 percent advantage over the Ryzen 9 5900HX and 16 percent over the 11th-gen Core i9.. Interestingly, we actually see the gap open up a little here, with the 12th gen Core i9-12900HK outpacing the Ryzen 9 5900HX by about 26.5 percent and the 11th gen Core i9-11980HK by 16.6 percent.. The 12th gen Core i9-12900HK wins, but it’s really just a meh, with Intel’s new chip outpacing the 11th-gen Core and Ryzen 9 systems by only 5 percent.. That’s basically a 27 percent larger thermal and power budget for the 11th-gen laptop and 35 percent for the Core i9-12900HK laptop.. What happens when you try to deconstruct the performance of an 8-core Ryzen 9 or 11th-gen Core i9 versus a 10-core M1 Max and the 14-core Core i9-12900HK?. Against the Ryzen 9, the 12th-gen Core i9 shows an advantage of 27 percent, and a 14.6 percent gain versus the 11th-gen Core chip.. We unfortunately don’t have scores for the Ryzen 9 and the 11th-gen Core i9 laptops using the current version of Premiere Pro (22.1), so we dug up some published scores from PugetBench’s database of user generated scores.. Still we did see a score in the database of 693 for a Ryzen 9 5900HX laptop with a GeForce RTX 3080 Laptop GPU, and a score of 892 from an Core i9-11980HK laptop with a GeForce RTX 3080 Laptop GPU.. While it’s been fun to see Intel’s 12th-gen Core i9-12900HK strut its stuff and outpace its Ryzen 9, 11th-gen Core i9, and M1 Max rivals in many tasks, you need to wait until we have final numbers from reviewers of final products before making any buying decisions.

There is only one moral of today’s story for streamers and multitaskers: If you want to use the 12th Gen CPUs to their fullest potential, you have no choice; you must use Windows 11.

If you're looking to get the new 12th Gen Intel CPUs, you might want to consider upgrading from Windows 10.. Intel's 12th Gen Alder Lake i9 and i5 CPUs (Photo: Yahoo Gaming SEA). Most of Intel’s 12th Gen models come with two different types of CPU cores, the P-cores (Performance cores) and the E-cores (Efficiency cores).. In my testing, I noticed that this is, more often than not, detrimental to users that game and have other programmes running at the same time, especially with a game capture or streaming software present.. Intel Core i9-12900K or Intel Core i5-12600K. Both will have results with only the game running, and a combination of the game + OBS.. To be fair, the games tested here have generally high fps.

By happy accident, it's this generation's Q6600. And I can give no higher praise than that.

It would be easy to dismiss the Intel Core i5 12400 as one of the least interesting processors from the 12th Gen Alder Lake generation of CPUs, but in doing so you'd be dismissing one of the best mainstream chips ever made.. Now, it is possible part of this CPU's nerdy allure is the product of a happy accident on the part of Intel's microcode, but that doesn't change the fact that as well as being an excellent six-core, 12-thread gaming processor, it's a hugely impressive overclocking chip, too.. But, if you were particularly after the special Alder Lake hybrid sauce that's made the Core i9 12900K (opens in new tab) and Core i5 12600K (opens in new tab) such potent new processors, you'd be missing out because the lowly $200 Core i5 12400 doesn't have any of that big.LITTLE specialness.. And that makes all the difference for us PC gamers, because it means the single core performance of the Core i5 12400 is right up there with the absolute best processors around.. (Image credit: Future) The Golden Cove core design is matched with the Intel 7 process, which is effectively the same as 10nm SuperFin (though there may be an errant '+' needed somewhere around here), and together are the primary reasons Alder Lake makes for such good gaming chips.. Cores: 6 Threads: 12 L3 Cache (Smart Cache): 18MB L2 Cache: 7.5MB MaxTurbo frequency (GHz): 4.4 Base frequency (GHz): 2.5 Unlocked: No Graphics: UHD Graphics 770 Memory support (up to): DDR5 4800MT/s, DDR4 3200MT/s Processor Base Power (W): 65 Maximum Turbo Power (W): 117 Price: $209 (opens in new tab) | £198 (opens in new tab). The Core i5 12400 isn't really made for multithreading, so those six powerful P-Cores are more than enough for a dedicated budget gaming chip, but it also means you don't have to reckon with Intel's Thread Director and hope that the OS is apportioning work to the right cores every time, though Alder Lake's compatibility issues have supposedly been ironed out now.. All our game testing is done at 1080p to highlight the potential differences between processor generations, and as you can see there is a definite performance delta between the three Alder Lake CPUs we've benchmarked.. PC Gamer 12th Gen test rig: Asus ROG Maximus Z690 Hero, Corsair Dominator @ 5,200MHz (effective), Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080, 1TB WD Black SN850 PCIe 4.0, Asus ROG Ryujin II 360, NZXT 850W, DimasTech Mini V2, Windows 11 PC Gamer 11th Gen test rig: MSI MPG Z490 Carbon WiFi, Corsair Vengeance Pro RGB @ 3,600MHz (effective), Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080, 1TB WD Black SN850 PCIe 4.0, Asus ROG Ryujin II 360, NZXT 850W, DimasTech Mini V2, Windows 11 PC Gamer AMD test rig: Gigabyte X570 Aorus Master, Thermaltake DDR4 @ 3,600MHz, Zadak Spark AIO, 2TB Sabrent Rocket PCIe 4.0, Corsair 850W, Windows 11. In straight CPU performance terms it's mighty impressive, too, offering great single core performance and still pretty meaty multithreaded prowess despite dropping the E-Cores.

The Intel Core i5-12400F comes at an extremely attractive price point, yet offers performance comparable to AMD's Ryzen 5 5600X. While Intel introduced a Hybrid core design with Alder Lake, the 12400F is a P-core only design, which helps avoid potential compatibility issues with E-cores.

This is because the i5-12400, i5-12400F, i5-12500, and i5-12600 (non-K) have a different core-configuration from the i5-12600K and i5-12600KF.. With "Alder Lake," Intel introduced its Hybrid CPU core architecture to the desktop segment.. For the i5-12600K/KF, this meant four "Gracemont" Efficiency cores (or E-cores) besides the six "Golden Cove" Performance cores (or P-cores), along with 20 MB of L3 cache.. There's another big difference between the i5-12400F/12400/12500/12600 compared to the i5-12600K.. The newer chips are based on a physically different silicon, dubbed "H0.". This die is smaller, and physically only features six "Golden Cove" P-cores, zero "Gracemont" E-core clusters, and a shared L3 cache that's only 18 MB.. The I/O capabilities of the "H0" silicon appears unchanged from "C0," it puts out 16 PCI-Express Gen 5 lanes for the PEG slot (the main x16 slot meant for your graphics card); four PCI-Express Gen 4 lanes for a CPU-attached M.2 NVMe slot, and an 8-lane DMI 4.0 chipset-bus.. As an "F" SKU, the i5-12400F lacks onboard graphics.. Intel is pricing the Core i5-12400F at $180.

These two flagship processors bring a ton of performance, but you're looking for only one to put into your next PC build. We compare performance and features to help you decide.

The Intel Core i9-12900K brings Team Blue back into focus for anyone who wants top-end performance for intensive gaming and specialized work.. For 105W TDP at stock PCIe 4.0 support Still amazing performance 16 cores, 32 threads. The Core i9-12900K is fresh on the market with an "Intel 7" (10nm) manufacturing process, new "big.LITTLE" hybrid core design, DDR5 RAM support, and PCIe 5.0.. It essentially mixes power-efficient single-threaded cores (E cores) with high-performance multi-threaded cores (P cores) in the same package.. The E cores take care of low-priority tasks, while the P cores are free to take on the heavy lifting.. This is why in the chart below you might notice the thread count being a bit off; there are eight multi-threaded P cores (which means 16 threads) and eight single-threaded E cores.. Intel Core i9-12900KAMD Ryzen 9 5950XCores16(8P, 8E)16Threads2432TDP125W105WBase clockP: 3.2GHzE: 2.4GHz3.4GHzBoostP: 5.1GHzE: 3.9GHz4.9GHzTurbo Boost Max 3.05.2GHzNoneOverclockableYesYesL3 cache30MB32MBManufacturing node10nm7nmMemoryDDR4-3200DDR5-4800Up to 128GBDDR4-3200Up to 128GBIntegrated graphicsIntel UHD 770NoneSocketLGA 1700AM4. Intel's P cores have a base clock of 3.2GHz and a boost clock of 5.1GHz.. The Core i9-12900K costs less than the Ryzen 9 5950X, but you do have to consider the price of adding a new motherboard for the new socket, as well as new RAM if you decide to opt for a DDR5 board.. Intel's Core i9-12900K brings exceptional performance, as well as future-proof support for DDR5 RAM and PCIe 5.0.. The Core i9-12900K is the flagship chip with plenty of cores and threads, as well as ample performance for intensive tasks and gaming.

Upgrading your PC with a new CPU leaves you with plenty of decisions. Intel's new Core i7-12700K is quite tempting with its hybrid core design, but how does it hold up to the AMD Ryzen ...

(opens in new tab)The 12th Gen Intel Core i7-12700K delivers better raw power and gaming performance compared to the Ryzen 7 5800X.. It includes support for DDR5 RAM and PCIe 5.0, but it does require a new motherboard for the latest chipset.. For DDR5 and PCIe 5.0 support 125W TDP at stock Exceptional performance Hybrid core design (Power and Efficient) Down to 10nm. Against Costs more than Ryzen 7 Requires new motherboard No cooler included. (opens in new tab)The AMD Ryzen 7 5800X might not be quite as powerful as Intel's Core i7-12700K, but it costs less and doesn't require a completely new motherboard thanks to AM4 compatibility.. For No new motherboard required Costs less than Core i7 PCIe 4.0 support 105W TDP at stock Excellent performance. These two CPUs from Intel and AMD are among the best processors you can buy today, but you're no doubt only looking for one for your next PC build.. Intel has Turbo Boost Max 3.0 as well, which can jump the clock in certain cores up to 5.0GHz for single-threaded tasks.. The new Intel Core i7-12700K brings a big.LITTLE hybrid core design, 10nm manufacturing process, and a ton of power for gaming or specialized work.. It beats out the Ryzen 7 5800X in raw benchmarks, but it will cost more for the CPU alone as well as a new motherboard to accommodate the fresh LGA 1700 socket.. The Ryzen 7 5800X can't quite keep up with the Core i7-12700K's raw power, but its lower 105W TDP, PCIe 4.0 support, AM4 socket compatibility, and lower overall cost are all high points.. (opens in new tab)The Ryzen 7 5800X might not have quite the same power as Intel's new Core i7, but it costs less and still delivers a ton of performance for PC enthusiasts.

Good quality Windows 11 laptops have become a daily necessity for office work, gaming, listening to music and watching movies.

Price : Rs.1,01,990 Display : 13.5-inch OLED display Resolution : 3000x2000 pixels Processor : 11th Gen Intel Core H-series CPUs RAM : 16 GB, DDR4 Connectivity : Wi-Fi 6 Audio : Quad speakers Battery Life : Li-on with 10 hours of longevity Graphics : Intel Iris Xe graphics. Price : Rs.1,2,999 Display : 15.60 inches OLED display Resolution : 1920x1080 pixels Dimension : 302.5 x 202 x 11.5 mm (11.91 x 7.95 x 0.45 inches) Processor : Intel 12th Gen, Core i3 RAM : 8 GB Connectivity : Intel Wi-Fi 6E technology with ICP Audio : Dolby Atmos with stereo speaker output of 5W Battery Life : 21 hours longevity on FHD display Graphics : Intel Iris Xe with thin bezel screen. Price: Starting at Rs.1,69,990 Display : 14-inches Resolution : Ultra HD 4K,3840 * 2160 Dimension :32 x 21.7 x 1.7 cm; 1.44 Kilograms Processor :11th Gen Intel Tiger Lake Core i7-1185G7 RAM : 16 GB RAM Audio : Stereo, Dolby Atmos Battery Life : 60 WH, lasting for 8 hours Graphics : IntegratedIntel Iris Xe Graphics. Price : Starting at Rs.1,49,990 Display : UHD & 13.30-inches Resolution : 1920 * 1080 pixels Dimension : 20 * 30.5 * 1.2 cm Processor: 8th Generation Intel Core i5-8250 processor RAM : 8 GB RAM Audio : Realtek ALC3281-CG with up to 2.5 W peak output Battery Life : 40wh Graphics : Intel UHD. Price: Rs.2,67,800 Display: 15 inches, FHD 360Hz, QHD 240Hz or 4K 144Hz Resolution: 2560x1440 pixels Processor: 12th Generation Intel Core i9 RAM: 16 GB, 1 TB SSD Graphics: Powered by Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070 Ti. Price: Starting at Rs.1,04,499 Display Screen: 13" Pixel Sense™ Flow Display Dimension: 11.3-inch * 8.2–inch * 0.37-inch (287 mm * 208 mm * 9.3 mm) Resolution : 2880 * 1920 (267 PPI) Processor: 11th Generation Intel Core i5-1135G7 & Intel® Core™ i7-1185G7 Processor RAM: 8 GB, 16 GB & 32 GB storage (LPDDR4x RAM) Battery: Lasts around 16 hrs Audio: 2W stereo with Dolby Atmos Graphics: Intel® Iris® Xe Graphics (i5 & i7) Connectivity: Wi-Fi 6 for an ultra-fast bandwidth. Price: Starting at Rs.1,02,999 Display: 17-inch Resolution: WQXGA (2560 x 1600) Dimension: 15.0" x 10.5" x 0.7" Processor: 11th Generation Intel® Core™ i7-8565U, 1.80GHz/4.60 GHz RAM: 16 GB storage, DDR4 2400 MHz - 8 GB x 1 (On Board) - 8 GB x 1 Battery : 4 cell lithium-ion with 72Wh Audio : 2 speakers with up to 1.5W output Graphics : Intel® Ultra HD Graphics Card 620 Connectivity : Wi-Fi 6. Price: Starting at Rs.80,000 Display : 13.30-inch Resolution : 2560x1600 pixels Dimension : 29.7 x 20.9 x 1.69 cm (without stand) Processor : AMD Ryzen™ 5000 series RAM : 16 GB DDR4 Battery: 3-cell, 43 WH, Li-ion Polymer Audio: Audio by B&O; Dual speakers; HP Audio Boost Graphics : AMD Radeon™ Graphics Connectivity: Wi-Fi 802.11. Price : Rs.1,13,632 Display : 13.30-inch Resolution : 1366x768 pixels Dimension : 380.00 x 260.30 x 25.15 Processor: Intel Core i7 RAM : 8 GB, 256 GB hard disk Battery: 3-cell, 43 Wh Li-ion Polymer Graphics : Intel Integrated HD Graphics 620 Connectivity : Wi-Fi 802.11. ProductsFeature 1Feature 2Feature 3HP Spectre x360 14 Intel Core H-series CPUIntel Iris Xe GraphicsQuad speakers Dell XPS 13 9320 Intel Tiger Lake Core i7-1185G7Intel Iris Xe Graphics4K UHD display Microsoft Surface Pro 8 Intel Core i5-8250 processorIntel UHDThunder bolt Type-C port Lenovo Think Pad X1 Yoga 12th Generation Intel Core i911th Generation Intel Core i5-1135G7 & i7-1185G Processor11th Generation Intel® Core™ i7-8565U Razor Blade 15 Intel 12th Gen, Core i3AMD Ryzen™ 5000 seriesNvidia GeForce RTX 3070 Ti LG Gram 17 Intel® Iris® Xe GraphicsIntel® Ultra HD Graphics 620Intel Iris Xe with thin bezel screen Samsung Galazy Pro 360 AMD Radeon™ GraphicsVapour Chamber Cooling120Hz touch display HP Pavilion Aero 2k displayDolby Atmos SpeakersBuilt-in Alexa Dell Inspiron 13 Intel Core i712th Gen Intel® Core™ i5-12500HIntel Integrated HD Graphics 620 Alienware X14 NVIDIA® GeForce GTX™ 3050, 4 GB GDDR6USB ConnectivityGreat Display. It has a 13.4 inches FHD stellar screen display, 12th Gen Intel Core i7 processor, Intel Iris Xe graphics card, and 32 GB RAM with guaranteed battery longevity despite the FHD display.

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