The Red team has stunned the world with its Ryzen 4000 mobile processors which indeed performs as expected from an improved 7nm based Zen 2 architecture. Their gaming focussed Ryzen 4000H series gaming APUs have stunned us as well with the Ryzen 7 4800H.
But now we have the leaked benchmarks of the cheaper Ryzen 5 4600H APU which seems on par with Intel’s upcoming 10th Gen Comet Lake Core i7-10750H. This seems quite surprising as the AMD processor in spite of lacking enough clock speed and cache has managed to challenge its higher opponent.
The 3DMark Fire Strike and Time Spy benchmark results seem interesting, the AMD Ryzen 5 4600H scoring 17,466 points in the Fire Strike Physics test. On the other hand, the upcoming Core i7-10750H scoring 17,921 points which seems damn close! The Ryzen 7 4800HS scores 20,970 points while the Ryzen 5 4500U scores 10,042 points.
Being a very CPU-intensive test, it’s great to see the upcoming Ryzen 5 4600H giving the costlier Core i7-10750H some hard time already. The Core i7-10750H has a 700 MHz clock advantage, higher L3 cache and a more refined 14nm process over the Ryzen 5 4600H which boasts of its latest Zen 2 architecture and has proven to be revolutionary for the company.
Coming to the Time Spy results, we see that the AMD Ryzen 5 4600H managing to score 6,499 points in the CPU test while the Core i7-10750H scoring 6,761 points, very close indeed!
It will be interesting to see the real-world performance of both the processors and judge them on basis of both their price and performance but AMD already has an edge over Intel, integrating its gaming APUs with a stronger Vega graphics and a much efficient 7nm process.
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