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Core i7-1360P Vs Core i5-1340P: We Tested Both

Learn about the specs and architectural differences of the Core i7-1360P and Core i5-1340P and find out how these two GPUs perform in several productivity software.

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This article continues our series of mobile CPU comparisons. Today, I’ll compare the Core i7-1360P vs Core i5-1340P. We’ll see how big is the performance difference between the two CPUs and then derive the better value CPU. Let’s dive straight in.

Key Takeaways

  • Talking performance, the Core i7-1360P proved 7.2% faster in multi-core applications and 9.2% faster in single-core applications than the Core i5-1340P.
  • The Core i7-1360P laptops lie in the $1089-$3499 price bracket, while Core i5-1340P laptops cost between $867 and $2066
  • Value-wise, the Core i5-1340P is much better, showing little performance difference for much cheaper.
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Comparison Table

Let’s compare the specifications of the two CPUs to trace the similarities and differences.

Mobile CPU Core i7-1360P Core i5-1340P
Architecture Willow Cove Hybrid Core
Codename Raptor Lake-P Raptor Lake-S
Instruction Set x86-64 x86-64
Processing Node Intel 7 (10nm) Intel 7 (10nm)
Socket BGA-1744 BGA-1744
No. of Cores 12 (4P + 8E) 12 (4P + 8E)
No. of Threads 16 (8 + 8) 16 (8 + 8)
Base Clock
  • 2.2GHz (P-cores)
  • 1.6GHz (E-cores)
  • 1.9GHz (P-cores)
  • 1.4GHz (E-cores)
Boost Clock
  • 5GHz (P-cores)
  • 3.7GHz (E-cores)
  • 4.6GHz (P-cores)
  • 3.4GHz (E-cores)
L1 Cache 80KB per core 80KB per core
L2 Cache 2MB per core 2MB per core
L3 Cache 18MB (shared) 12MB (shared)
Memory Support
  • DDR5 up to 5200 MT/s
  • LPDDR5 up to 6400 MT/s
  • LPDDR5x up to 6400 MT/s
  • DDR4 up to 3200 MT/s
  • LPDDR4 up to 4267 MT/s
  • DDR5 up to 5200 MT/s
  • LPDDR5 up to 6400 MT/s
  • LPDDR5x up to 6400 MT/s
  • DDR4 up to 3200 MT/s
  • LPDDR4 up to 4267 MT/s
Memory Size Up to 64GB Up to 64GB
PCIe Revision 4.0 4.0 
No. of PCIe Lanes 20 28 
Overclocking Support No No
Integrated Graphics Intel Iris Xe G7 Graphics  Intel Iris Xe G7 Graphics 
GPU Base Clock 300MHz 300MHz
GPU Boost Clock 1500MHz 1450MHz
Shaders 768 640
TMUs 48 40
ROPs 24 20
Execution Units  96 80
iGPU Theoretical 
1.69 TFLOPs 1.41 TFLOPs
Total Graphics Power 15W 15W
CPU Max Operating Temperature  100°C  100°C
CPU Base Power 20-28W (configurable) 20-28W (configurable)
CPU Boost Power 64W 64W
Price Range (August 2023) $1089-$3499 $867-$2066
Launch Date January 3, 2023 January 3, 2023

Core i7-1360P vs Core i5-1340P

Here’s a look at the key differences.

Architectural Differences

  1. Clock SpeedsThe Core i7-1360P boasts impressive base clock speeds, running its P-cores at 2.2GHz and E-cores at 1.6GHz. Meanwhile, the Core i5-1340P has base frequencies of 1.4GHz (E-cores) and 1.9GHz (E-cores). As for boost speeds, the Core i7-1360P clocks 5GHz on the P-cores and 3.7GHz on the E-cores, compared to 4.6GHz and 3.4GHz of the Core i5, respectively.
  2. Cache: The Intel Core i7-1360P has an extra 6MB of L3 Cache compared to the Core i5-1340P.
  3. Integrated Graphics: The Core i7-1360P has more execution units (EUs) and a 50MHz higher boost clock speed in its iGPU.

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Core i7-1360P Vs Core i5-1340P: Performance Benchmarks 

Let’s go over the performance benchmarks. 

Cinebench R15

Cinebench R15 multi-core and single-core
Cinebench R15 (Image by Tech4Gamers)
  • The first benchmark is Cinebench R15. In the multi-core test, the Core i7-1360P scored 1915 points in comparison with the 1756 points scored by the Core i5-1340P.
  • Regarding single-core scores, the Core i7-1360P’s tally is 263.5 points, leading the Core i5-1340P (240.5 points).

Cinebench R23

Cinebench R23 multi-core and single-core
Cinebench R23 (Image by Tech4Gamers)
  • Moving on to Cinebench R23, the Core i7-1360P racked up 11287 multi-core points. In contrast, the Core i5-1340P scored 10920 points
  • In the single-core test, the Core i7-1360P recorded 1848 points while the Core i5-1340P scored 1710 points

Geekbench 5

Geekbench 5 multi-core and single-core 
Geekbench 5 (Image by Tech4Gamers)
  • The next application is Geekbench 5, and the Core i7-1360P maintains its lead here. It scored 10754 points in reply to 9655 points of the Core i5-1340P.
  • Looking at single-core performance, the Core i7-1360P’s tally is 1838 points, leading the Core i5-1340P’s score of 1664 points.

Also Check: Core i7 1360P Vs Core i7 13700H

Summing Up The Multi-Core And Single-Core Performance

I’ve averaged the multi-core and single-core scores across the three applications. Here are the results. 

Average multi-core and single-core scores
Overall performance (Image by Tech4Gamers) 
  • Multi-core Performance: The Core i7-1360P averaged 7985 points across the three tests, beating the Core i5-1340P’s score of 7443 points. Overall, the Core i7-1360P proved 7.2% faster in multi-core applications. 
  • Single-core Performance: As for single-core scores, the Core i7-1360P averaged 1316 points, whereas the Core i5-1340P averaged 1205 points. Thus, on average, the Core i7-1360P performs 9.2% faster in single-core applications.

3DMark Time Spy CPU Benchmark

3DMark Time Spy CPU Benchmark 
3DMark Time Spy (Image by Tech4Gamers)
  • Continuing our benchmarks is the 3DMark Time Spy test. Here, the Core i5-1340P (7304.5 points) outperformed the Core i7-1360P (7616 points) — specifically by 4.2%.

Learn: How To Benchmark Your PC/Laptop

Blender 3.3 Classroom

Blender 3.3 Classroom render 
Blender 3.3 Classroom (Image by Tech4Gamers)
  • In the Blender render test, the Core i7-1360P was 4.5% faster, rendering the scene in 545 seconds. In response, the Core i5-1340P took 570 seconds.

HWBOT x265 Benchmark V2.2

HWBOT x265 4K Benchmark V2.2
HWBOT x265 4K Benchmark (Image by Tech4Gamers)
  • My last benchmark is the HWBOT x265 4K conversion test, where the Core i7-1360P scored 12.6 FPS, 1.6% higher than the Core i5-1340P’s score of 12.4 FPS

Average Power Consumption

To wrap up the performance section of the Core i7-1360P vs Core i5-1340P comparison, we’ll look at the idle and under-load power consumption numbers. 

Remember: Both CPUs have the same base (20-28W) and boost (64W) power ratings.

Power consumption, stress and idle 
Power consumption (Image by Tech4Gamers) 
  • Idle power consumption: Sitting idle, the Core i7-1360P averaged 5.8 watts of power draw, and the Core i5-1340P averaged 5 watts.
  • Load power consumption: Under load, the Core i7-1360P used 60.4 watts of power on average, just 0.3 watts less than the Core i5-1340P. That’s less than a 0.5% difference and can be ignored. 

Laptop Prices 

Here’s what the laptop prices look like for both CPUs.

Note: The prices have been estimated from Amazon US and are valid as of August 2023

  • Core i7-1360P: The most affordable options have a starting price of $1089, with the most popular options lying in the $1099-$2279 range. For the most expensive Core i7-1360P laptops, you’ll be looking to pay up to $3499.
  • Core i5-1340P: For this mobile CPU, entry-level laptops start at $867, while the best-sellers are in the $867-$1719 price bracket. The prices go as high as $2066 for the most expensive options. 

Core i5-1340P Vs Core i7-1360P: Which One Is Better For You? 

Let’s quickly review the performance and prices to find the better-value CPU. The Core i7-1360P performed 7.2% and 9.2% faster in multi-core and single-core applications, respectively. It was also marginally faster in the Blender and HWBOT x265 tests but was beaten in the 3DMark Time Spy benchmark.

As for the price difference, entry-level Core i5-1340P laptops are 25.6% cheaper than Core i7 ones. 

The price difference between the laptops is much greater than the two CPUs’ performance difference. Additionally, the Core i5-1340P was the better performer in the 3DMark test. So, the Core i5-1340P is the better value CPU compared to the Core i7-1360P

Final Thoughts 

This marks the end of this showdown between the two Raptor Lake CPUs. I found that the Core i7-1360P performed better, but not by a big margin.

This is not a surprise since these two CPUs have no significant technological difference other than the L3 cache capacity. Comparing the laptop prices, though, it turned out that the Core i5-1340P laptops are much cheaper than the Core i7-1360P ones. 

So overall, the Core i5-1340P is the better CPU considering price and performance. If you want the best performance, the Core i7-1360P is still the better option; just remember that you’ll get much less value out of your money. 

Pros And Cons 

CPU Pros Cons
Core i7-1360P
  • Better overall performance
  • Faster iGPU
  • More L3 cache
  • Not-so-good value
Core i5-1340P
  • Better overall value 
  • Faster performance in
    3DMark Time Spy
  • Lags behind in overall

Pros And Cons: Core i7-1360P vs Core i5-1340P

Frequently Asked Questions

Does the Core i7-1360P have better integrated graphics than the Core i5-1340?

Yes. The iGPU used in the Core i7-1360P has 96 execution units for carrying out operations, compared to 80 in the Core i5-1340P’s iGPU. It also has a 50MHz higher boost clock speed.

Is the Core i7-1360P more power-efficient than the Core i5-1340P?

No, both CPUs have the same base and boost TDP ratings. In my benchmarks, the difference in power consumption between the laptop CPUs was less than 0.5%.

What is the price difference between Core i7-1360P and Core i5-1340P laptops?

The Core i5-1340P laptops cost between $867 and $2066, while the Core i7-1360P laptops will set you back anywhere from $1089 to $3499.


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