We have new data on the Ryzen 7 4800U laptop processor discovered in the 3DMark database by the Fire Strike benchmark.
AMD Ryzen 7 4800U outperforms an i9-9880H with half the TDP
The results look very promising compared to other Intel chips, such as the Core i9-9880H in Fire Strike’s physics score.
First, the AMD Ryzen 7 4800U processor has 8 cores and 16 threads. The processor operates at a basic frequency of 1.8 GHz, which can automatically reach 4.2 GHz. The established TDP is 15W, has an 8MB L3 cache and 4MB L2 cache. The AMD processor seems to have been combined with a 4266 MHz memory, which could be LPDDR4X (not specified in 3DMark).
The Ryzen 7 4800U gets a value of 18588 points under 3DMark, which is the only value that interests us and which uses only the CPU. This value is higher than the Intel Core i9-9880H, which has the same number of cores and threads. This Intel chip scores about 17729 points, but the TDP is 35W, more than twice as much as its rival. This processor also reaches a higher frequency of 4.8 GHz, but still not enough to beat the new Ryzen 7 4800U.
With its Ryzen 4000 APU ‘Renoir’ series, AMD seems to have achieved processors that not only consume less but are also more powerful than those from Intel with the same number of cores. We expect many laptops with the new AMD series this year, with the deadly combination of performance and low consumption. We will keep you informed.