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Intel 300 – first processor performance tests. The benchmarks also included the 14th generation Raptor Lake-S Refresh


Intel 300 - first processor performance tests.  The benchmarks also included the 14th generation Raptor Lake-S RefreshWe have seen the first tests of the Intel 300 processor, which is intended to replace the older Pentium Gold series. We won’t see too many changes compared to its direct predecessor, the Intel Pentium Gold G7400 processor, and to be honest, the systems are almost identical. This is very clear in performance tests, where the younger brother is practically at the same level. We also got a glimpse of the new Raptor Lake-S Refresh series.

Benchmark results have appeared on the Internet, as well as those relating to the performance of the Intel 300 processor in other tasks. By the way, we can take a closer look at the 14th generation of Raptor Lake-S Refresh series processors.

Intel 300 – first processor performance tests.  The benchmarks also included the 14th generation Raptor Lake-S Refresh

Intel 300 – this is the designation of the upcoming 2-core processor replacing the Pentium Gold G7400

Intel’s actions regarding the launch of the 300 model are quite strange, after all, the processor is very weak compared to any current system. In terms of the parameters themselves, we are dealing with a similar specification to the mentioned Intel Pentium Gold G7400 processor. There are only two Performance cores on board, which can reach up to 3.9 GHz. In the case of an older processor, it is 3.7 GHz. In fact, this is the only change, and as we probably guessed, increasing the clock speed by 200 MHz does not significantly translate into performance.

Intel 300 Intel Pentium Gold G7400
Configuration 2C/4T (2P+0E)
Lithography Intel 7
Architecture Raptor Lake Alder Lake
Timing 3.9GHz 3.7GHz
Cache memory 6 MB
Graphic layout Intel UHD Graphics 710
RAM support DDR5-4800, DDR4-3200
TDP 46 W
Platform LGA 1700

Intel Raptor Lake-S Refresh – official presentation of 14th generation processors for PC, with reduced power limits

In the latest version of the Cinebench 2024 benchmark, the Intel 300 is only a few points better than the Intel Pentium Gold G7400 processor. Tests in games and most other performance testing programs also show that the differences are really minimal. The new system could never be created at all, and probably no one would blame Intel for it. However, in the screenshots below we have much more interesting information, which concerns the comparison of the current 14th generation of processors from the Raptor Lake-S Refresh family with the previous one. If you are interested in more details, it is also worth watching the video at the bottom of this news.

Intel 300 - first processor performance tests.  The benchmarks also included the 14th generation Raptor Lake-S Refresh [2]

Intel 300 - first processor performance tests.  The benchmarks also included the 14th generation Raptor Lake-S Refresh [3]

Intel 300 - first processor performance tests.  The benchmarks also included the 14th generation Raptor Lake-S Refresh [4]

Intel 300 - first processor performance tests.  The benchmarks also included the 14th generation Raptor Lake-S Refresh [5]

Intel 300 - first processor performance tests.  The benchmarks also included the 14th generation Raptor Lake-S Refresh [6]

Intel 300 - first processor performance tests.  The benchmarks also included the 14th generation Raptor Lake-S Refresh [7]

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