We know how much power the Ryzen 4000 CPUs are and what AMD has done with its Zen 2 architecture and when they claim that they have made the most powerful mobile gaming APU and they have said it knowingly, wary of their sole competitor.
Intel’s new Comet Lake mobile gaming CPUs are coming soon and we have some leaks regarding them and they suggest that they will have a hard time on the laptop front as well after losing out in the desktop market.
The tipster @TUM_APISAK has shared a Geekbench 5 results, comparing the AMD’s flagship against Intel’s 9th Gen gaming CPU i.e. the Core i9-9980HK and the Intel’s upcoming Core i7-10750H, all of them have the same TDP of 45W.
The AMD Ryzen 7 4800H with all its 8 cores and 16 threads scored a massive 1,196 and 1,198 in two different single-core benchmarks and did manage to score 8,370 and 8,390 points in two multi-core benchmarks.
The i7-10750H only has six cores and with it has managed to score 1,258 points while the i9-9980HK gets to 1,248 points in the single-core test. But having 1,198 points, the AMD Zen 2 Ryzen 4000 APU is in the striking distance of both the Intel CPUs.
In the multi-core test, the Ryzen 7 4800H has no competition at all, scoring 8,370 points and 8,390 points whereas, the 6-core i7-10750H lags behind with 6,437 points and the 8-core i9-9980HK chip scoring 7,268 points.
AMD has come to a long distance to fight with its primary opponent and with its revolutionary Zen 2 architecture, AMD has just left Intel far behind. In the laptop market, with the Ryzen 4000 APUs, AMD will make its mark, giving cost-effective high performing processors for consumers worldwide.
It is worth noting that AMD Ryzen 7 4800H is just inches behind the competition in the single-core tests which can be improved with proper tuning and cooling solutions even though its costs will ultimately help consumers better gaming experience at lower prices and in multi-core AMD still has no competition at all.
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