What is the latest News on AMD Ryzen 7 5800H?
Geekbench has inadvertently spilled the latest benchmark scores of AMD Ryzen 7 5800H processors. The latest notebooks designs will contain the afore-mentioned CPU, impending a high-end 8-core mobile processor, beginning from next year. The CPU will replace Ryzen 7 4800H, which has been the most favored among gamers regardless of restricted stocks.
The Ryzen 5000H line-up will be the first CPU by AMD to include Zen3 core-architecture alongside AMD Vega graphics. While a GPU clock-increase is expected to be higher in this generation, the major GPU architectural upgrade isn’t anticipated till Cezanne’s replacement appears with incorporated Navi GPU, likely be codenamed Rembrandt.
AMD Ryzen 7 5800H, which will operate in a titular TDP of 45W, which is presumably going to be configurable inside the 35 to 54W territories, like Renoir, carries an octa-center CPU that has 16-threads active. As suggested by the software, it consists of a base-clock of 3.0 GHz, a boost-clock of 4.45 MHz, anticipated at 300MHz and 250 MHz frequency on top of the processor.
The AMD Ryzen 7 5800H has been tried on the Acer Nitro AN515-45, which possesses 16GB of 3200Ghz DD4 memory, containing the “CZ Scala-CAS” motherboard. The product doesn’t refer to any separate GPU available within the system.
Acer Nitro laptops from a similar line-up are very easy to get when considering performance, but it features 4800H “Renoir” Silicon, setting a decent standard for comparison. The CPU attained 1475 points in the Single-Core benchmark, whereas on the Multi-Core, it scored 7630 points.
How does AMD Ryzen 7 5800H compares with 4800H?
As indicated by Geekbench, AMD Ryzen 7 4800H Default-Score lies at 6608 points on MT benchmarks and 1090 points on ST, which implies that 5800H is 15% and 35% quicker, respectively.
The 4800H scores around 1200 points on a Single-Threaded benchmark, in best scenarios, which would shape Cezanne around 20% quicker than Zen2-based APU. The multi-string score for 4800H spans from 4000 to 7000 points. The highest scores obtained by the Acer AN515 laptop, which has 4800H, are given by Geekbench.
Sources: Twitter, @TUM_APISAK, 16th December 2020.