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Luke sneaks Cinebench R20 run on Dell XPS 13 with Ice Lake i7 1065G7

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Luke and Leo were at the Intel Open House at Science Museum in London this week, and they managed to get some time at the Dell stand. While no one was looking Luke downloaded Cinebench R20 to the Dell XPS 13 with an Ice Lake i7 1065G7 to see how the all core speeds held and if it ran hot or made a lot of noise. He was trying to make sure no one in Dell saw him doing it!

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