First Benchmarks show AMD Ryzen 7 4800HS to be faster than Ryzen 7 2700X and Core i7-9700K

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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  2. anticupidon

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    What?
    A mobile CPU outperforms a solid desktop CPU?
    Am I dreaming?
    If there is some truth in this, we just didn't realize how deep the rabbit hole goes.
    Lisa Su sheepish smile during the CES presentation now makes a whole new sense.
    I can only dream of having an ThinkPad with a behemoth CPU and Vega/Navi graphics.
    This is big.
     
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    Undying Ancient Guru

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    This is very good i never thought it outperform a desktop 2700, barely though but still faster. Amd is serious about this mobile thing.
     
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    Well with Intel releasing the same CPU on laptops every year is no surprise. Intel has been milking people every year with the same tech over and over with small improvements and on the laptop department, they are actually fkd because they can't go around increasing TDP with higher core counts or frequencies.
     
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    It must be if you look at Intel 14nm crap.
     
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    Now I really want DTR laptop with one of these to finally replace my current desktop. If it also would manage to stay silent under high load even better.
    This CPU + Radeon Pro 5500M, I'll be happy for a while.
     
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    Loophole35 Ancient Guru

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    This is my next laptop CPU. I hope the ASUS G14 or G15 will be thunderbolt 3 certified.
     
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    and still maintaining 45w? uffff
     
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    No, HS is 35w.
     
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  10. Undying

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    35w chip beating 105w is something.
     
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  11. Loophole35

    Loophole35 Ancient Guru

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    This is TDP not actual power draw. It may consume more or less.
     
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    Especially with intel. Its funny how 9900k is 95w, haha.
     
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    Its a bit misleading that text is about 45W APU, but on main picture is 15W one. Otherwise nice result.
     
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    Loophole35 Ancient Guru

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    My 9900k can be made to stay under 95W and is still a very good CPU for gaming then. The only time you will really see the numbers past that will be sustained 100% workloads and AVX. When gaming at 5.0Ghz on all cores I’m usually around 75-80W.
     
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    This is a quote from 9900kf guru3d review. "Multi-threaded power consumption was rather high at almost 200 Watts".

    https://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages/intel_core_i9_9900k_processor_review,5.html
     

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    I have a feeling this is the type of CPU/architecture/performance we are going to see in the upcoming PS5/XBSX consoles.
     
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    Yes that is correct if you actually read my post properly you would see that I even said it goes above it’s rated TDP. The max power draw in the review is with basically a power virus program. Most games will never stress the CPU past it’s rated TDP even at 5Ghz. I know you have an agenda to push and AMD’s checks are finally not bouncing for you but please objectively read posts you quote.

    Also when Hilbert did his initial review on early BIOS’s the motherboard manufacturers were doing shady things with MCE and ignoring limiters. It’s well documented (and likely directed from Intel).
     
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    Thats not how it works... :)
     
  19. Loophole35

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    Mind pointing out what is incorrect or are you just here to troll and add nothing of substance?
     
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