Only two weeks ago, the Intel Core i7-1185G7 had some leaks that showed its 3DMark performance, and it seems that today another chip is experiencing the same fate, the i7-1165G7, as recognized by the well-known @_Rogame filter.
Like its larger counterpart, the i7-1165G7 is also supposed to be a Tiger Lake U-piece. At least in these first performance results, the two chips don’t seem to differ that much.
The frequency of the i7-1165G7 is supposed to be 200 MHz lower than that of the i7-1185G7, about 2.8 GHz. It should be noted that these chips are successors of the 10th generation of Ice Lake U silicon (not to be confused with the pieces of the 10th generation of comet lake). Compared to its predecessor, the i7-1065G7, the i7-1165G7 actually gets an impressive jump of 1.5 GHz in its fundamental frequency, provided these numbers are correct.
Of course, we can’t say much about the performance without information about the overclocking rates, and unfortunately, none of the leaks contained decent information about the clocks.
The i7-1165G7 achieved 1150 points in graphics and 4750 points in the CPU at 3DMark, which corresponds to a total score of 1297 points. This is only slightly less than the result of the more powerful i7-1185G7. However, the CPU share of the i7-1165G7 was significantly higher than that of the i7-1185G7.