Intels Broadwell performance over Ivy Bridge
Written by: Starjack25 - 17:02 Oct-30-2014

Hey guys there's something that's bugging me, i compare two Intel Broadwell chips Core M 5Y10 and 5Y10a to my ivy bridge CPU (Core i3-3120m) on this site: 

Core M 5Y70- 21% better than Core i3-3120m 

Core M 5Y10a- 12% better than Core i3-3120m  

but looking at notebookcheck.net mobile processors benchmark list: 

Core i3-3120m - 155th on the list

Core M 5Y70 - 252nd on the list  

and Core M 5Y10a - 279th on the list 

http://www.notebookcheck.net/Mobile-Processors-Benchmarklist.2436.0.html 

So in summary, this site says that both broadwell chips are better than my ivy bridge cpu but my cpu rank higher than those broadwell chips according to notebookcheck.net. Can anybody point out if the broadwell chips are better or worse than ivy bridge chips in terms of performance, thanks in advance. BTW this is my first blog so go a little easy on me in case if i ain't get anything right for the first time :D 

Followers 552
GD Rank 8
Reputation 16
Total Blog Views: 4,913
Title Hits Date
High Memory Usage from System process on Windows 10 4213 Aug-11-2015
Intels Broadwell performance over Ivy Bridge 700 Oct-30-2014
View all by this member View all

Login or Register to join the debate

Rep
0
Offline
00:45 Oct-31-2014

These cute little ones are consuming 3-6 watts and are more suited in tablets, yours is a 35W one. >15W Broadwell designs are probably not released for another month or two. You'll need to wait for i3/i5/i7 to compare.

0
Rep
36
Offline
20:55 Oct-30-2014

I believe neither of those chips are ranked correctly yet.

1
Rep
386
Offline
admin approved badge
22:32 Oct-30-2014

ofc not, there are no benchmarks as of yet, and keep in mind these are mobile cpus, and when it comes to the mobile deparment broadwell can be quite better than the ivy bridge mobile cpus, due to 14nm tech, thus lower power consumption, which allows higher clock speeds.
But when it comes to desktop broadwell is just Haswell shrunk to 14nm and probably a new iGPU and 0 to 2 new instruction sets.

2
Rep
16
Offline
00:46 Oct-31-2014

Thanks for the info.

0
Rep
386
Offline
admin approved badge
08:45 Oct-31-2014

your welcome :)

0
Rep
460
Offline
admin approved badge
17:32 Oct-30-2014

The hell...? Wait... I'm going to need to do some reading about Broadwell before I can make anything of this...

0
Rep
386
Offline
admin approved badge
17:59 Oct-30-2014

mobile broadwell is a big step up from ivy-bridge, but desktop versions are just haswell shrunk to 14nm, with less power usage, and not sure about the heating.

0