Review : Acer Predator Helios 300


Synthetic performance

Synthetic performance

The processor used is an Intel Core i7 12700H, aiming at high performance with HK and HX series.

This CPU has 6 Performance cores and 8 Efficient cores with 20 Threads. In terms of frequency, it boosts to 4.7 GHz on the P cores and 3.5 GHz on the E cores. The PL1 is 45W with a PL2 at 115W. On cinebench R20, the 12700H gets a score of 7063 points in multi-core and 692 points in single-core. With the R23 version, we are on 18550 points in multi-core and 1741 points in single-core.

In Geekbench 5, the processor climbs to 1795 points in single-core and 12464 points in multi-core.

On 3Dmark CPU, we are on 975 points in single-core and 8299 in multi-core. In terms of RAM and latency, the DDR5-4800 in gear 2 and dual channel is over 104.3 ns. The proposed data rates are about 50 GB/s for writing and reading and 45 GB/s for copying.

Memory latencies on computers are generally very high, the Predator is no exception to the rule with more than 104.3 ns, however performance is at the rendezvous thanks to the cooling to get the best of this processor.

On Fire Strike Ultra and Fire Strike Extreme, the 3070 Ti has a TGP of 115W (150W max) with a score of 7575 points and 14062 points respectively in FS score, and 7420 and 14530 in graphics score.

Then Time Spy Extreme and Time Spy with 5765 and 11848 points in TS score, 5675 and 11589 points in graphics score.

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As for the CPU part where the laptop is among the best performances, the GPU is also located in the top of the basket concerning the 3070 Ti.