The HP Specter x360 14-EA0147NF is equipped with an Intel Core i7-1165G7 octa-core interlocking processor running at 2.80GHz with an increase of up to 4.7GHz. It comes with 16 GB of RAM and 1 TB NVME SSD.
As we mentioned above, HP installs the Core i7-1165G7 to around 15 to 18W during extended use. Hence, its index is severely affected and ends up with a lower performance level than the Dell Inspiron 7506 and Core i5-1135G7.
We found that when coding on Handbrake, the HP Specter x360 14’s Core i7-1165G7 runs at 2.2GHz on average with an average TDP of 18W and thus performs its task in 11 minutes 25 seconds. In comparison, the same processor in the Acer Swift X3 runs at an average of 2.9GHz with a TDP of 30W and gets its job done in just under 8 minutes, a difference of nearly 30%.
For the sake of science, we launched our usual game (Diablo 3 And the Note and observe), But it’s clearly not 3000 x 2000 pixels, but according to our traditional definition of 1920 x 1080 pixels. With all the details set to maximum, we get an average of 39 fps Diablo 3 And 55 fps with Note and observe, But with minimal settings this time.