By benchmarking software Geekbench 5.4 has been seen Intel Celeron G6900, the most basic CPU of the Alder Lake family for desktop computers. It offers a configuration 2 core Performance with 2 threads processing at a base frequency 3.40 GHz that with the Base Frequency Boost technology managed to reach the 4.40 GHz. The CPU arrives with 4 MB of L3 cache, 2.5 MB of L2 cache, integrated Intel UHD Graphics 710 graphics, and a TDP of 46W.
This CPU was tested alongside an ASRock Z690M Phantom Gaming 4 motherboard along with 16 GB of DDR4 RAM.
All these numbers translate into a single core performance of 1408 points and 2610 points in the multicore test. To get into context, in single core it is capable of outperforming un Intel Core i9-10900K @ 5.30 GHz (1391 points).
Obviously, in multi-core performance, the Celeron would like to be at least more than enough of the 10 cores and 20 threads of this CPU, that is why with this performance compete with an AMD Ryzen 3 3200G APU or an Intel Core i5-4690K with 4 cores, which for a Celeron, with 2 cores, which is around 60 euros, is a lot.