In early May, Chinese chipmaker PowerLeader introduced its first PowerStar P3-01105 processor. As it turned out, the new chip is the same Intel Core i3-10105 processor, but with a different engraving.
The processor information has been spotted in the Geekbench 5 synthetic benchmark database. According to the specification list, the PowerStar P3-01105 processor in the PowerLeader DP1UI-2 workstation with is an exact copy of the Intel Core i3-10105 with the same clock speed of 3.7 GHz, 6 MB L3 cache and 65W TDP. They even have the same performance. The Chinese company did not even overclock its processor.
Interestingly, PowerLeader has already revealed a full roadmap that includes future PC processors. Apparently, the engineers will continue to produce renamed Intel chips under their own brand.