Ryzen 7 4800H Renoir for AM4 sockets tested on the motherboard with B550 chipset

The famous Tum_Apisak network source reported the reference in the UserBenchmark test database to a very interesting technical sample of a new AMD processor. As several other sources simultaneously confirmed, this is a desktop version of the AMD Ryzen 7 4800H Renoir Ryzen 7 Series chip for AM4 sockets.

The novelty was tested on the ASRock B550 Taichi motherboard, which is based on the B550 chipset introduced yesterday. As you know, motherboards based on this system logic will not only support processors based on the current Zen 2 architecture, but also the future Zen 3.

In the UserBenchmark database, the desktop version of the AMD hybrid processor appears under the code name 100-00000000149-40_40 / 30_Y. According to reports, the chip has 8 cores and 16 threads. A doubling of the number of cores compared to the current desktop APU should definitely please the “red” fans.

Related:   Microsoft updates OneDrive for iOS, now with support for Face ID

From the data provided, it is believed that the basic clock frequency of the processor is 3.0 GHz. Its display in automatic overclocking mode averaged 3.95 GHz. Based on the test results, the desktop version of the AMD Ryzen 7 4800H shows the same performance level as the mobile version of the chip.