Intel Pentium Gold 8505 in iGPU - FP32 Performance (Single-precision GFLOPS)

Here we show you how fast the Intel Pentium Gold 8505 is in the iGPU - FP32 Performance (Single-precision GFLOPS). Based on the result, you can assess whether this processor is suitable for you. In addition to the clock frequency, the number of CPU cores is also crucial. Please note that these benchmark values can only be achieved if the Intel Pentium Gold 8505 is sufficiently cooled, as current processors usually achieve their maximum performance in benchmarks and in practice in turbo mode.
Intel Pentium Gold 8505

At a glance

Name: Intel Pentium Gold 8505
Family: Intel Pentium (150)
CPU group: Intel Pentium Gold 8000 (2)
Segment: Mobile
Generation: 12
Predecessor: Intel Pentium Gold 7505
Successor: --

iGPU - FP32 Performance (Single-precision GFLOPS) - Benchmark results

Intel Core i5-5675C Intel Core i5-5675C
Intel Iris Pro Graphics 6200 @ 1.10 GHz
845
Intel Core i5-5675R Intel Core i5-5675R
Intel Iris Pro Graphics 6200 @ 1.10 GHz
845
Intel Core i7-5850HQ Intel Core i7-5850HQ
Intel Iris Pro Graphics 6200 @ 1.10 GHz
845
Intel Pentium Gold 8505 Intel Pentium Gold 8505
Intel UHD Graphics 12th Gen (48 EU) @ 1.10 GHz
844
Intel Processor U300E Intel Processor U300E
Intel UHD Graphics 13th Gen (48 EU) @ 1.10 GHz
844
Intel Processor U300 Intel Processor U300
Intel UHD Graphics 13th Gen (48 EU) @ 1.10 GHz
844
Intel Celeron 7305L Intel Celeron 7305L
Intel UHD Graphics 12th Gen (48 EU) @ 1.10 GHz
844
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