According to Toms Hardware the first one it has seen on Primate Labs' Geekbench 5 database appears to be the Intel N95, which seems to be one of the entry-level Alder Lake-N CPUs featuring four Atom-class energy-efficient cores based on the Gracement microarchitecture.
The processor features a 1.70 GHz base clock, a 2.80 GHz boost clock, 2MB of L2 cache, and 6MB of L3 cache, based on the entry in the Geekbench database. This is the first time a quad-core Alder Lake-N has been benchmarked.
It ranked substantially slower than Intel's eight-core Core i3-N305 'Alder Lake-N' processor but compares well against Intel's existing Celeron 7305 CPU with one high-performance and four energy-efficient cores that operate at 1.10 GHz.
It does not compare well with AMD's Athlon Gold 7220U which shows better GeekBench 5 scores than Intel's N95.