Intel Pentium N4200 benchmark, review specifications

Intel Pentium N4200 is a low end processor that is being used in cheap laptops and mini PcS. There are strong chances that it might get used in upcoming mini laptops as Intel Atom processors are no longer being manufactured by Intel.

Intel Pentium N4200

Infact, a lot of computer vendors are already using Celeron processors and some of the best mini laptops already have one. Take the Dell Inspiron 11 for example which is using Celeron N3060 in their laptop. Lenovo too, which was using Atom Z3735F quad core processor in Ideapad 100s replaced the Atom chipset with a Celeron N3050 in its successor, Ideapad 110s. While Celeron and this Pentium N4200 is significantly more powerful than the Atom Z73735F, its TDP is higher and that is why you get less battery life than the Atom. That being said, performance gain is much appreciated as this Pentium N4200 is twice as powerful as the Atom.

Intel Pentium N4200 benchmark review

Passmark – 2054
Geekbench 4.0 – Compute OpenCL Score 12292 Points
Geekbench 4.0 – 64 Bit Multi-Core Score 4558 Points
Cinebench R15 – CPU Single 64Bit 53 Points
Cinebench R15 – CPU Multi 64Bit 175 Points
Sunspider – 1.0 Total Score 232 ms
3DMark Vantage – P CPU no PhysX 1280×1024 4306 Points

Intel Pentium N4200 specifications

Codename: Apollo Lake
Clock Rate: 1100 – 2500 MHz
Level 2 Cache: 2048 KB
Number of Cores / Threads: 4 / 4
Max. Power Consumption (TDP = Thermal Design Power): 6 Watt
Manufacturing Technology: 14 nm
Max. Temperature: 105 °C
Socket: FCBGA1296
Features: Intel HD Graphics 505 (18 EUs, 200 – 750 MHz), Quick Sync, AES-NI, max. 8 GB Dual-Channel DDR3L-1866/LPDDR3-1866/LPDDR4-2400 , 8x USB 3.0, 6x PCIe 2.0, 2x SATA 6.0 Gbit/s
GPU: Intel HD Graphics 505 (200 – 750 MHz)
64 Bit: 64 Bit support
Hardware Virtualization: VT-x/VT-d

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