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AMD’s Ryzen 4000 Laptops Hit Retail, R7 4800H #1 Mobility Chip in Cinebench, Blender and PassMark Benchmarks

AMD’s Ryzen 4000 powered notebooks finally hit retail today after a long wait, and oh boy, do they deliver. Just hours after launch, and it’s a bloodbath. The Ryzen 7 4800H has already started topping benchmark charts. This includes Cinebench R15, R20, Blender, 7-zip and the PassMark laptop benchmark database. The top-end Renoir chips crush the Intel’s Core i9-9980HK by a sound margin and leave the i7 parts far behind. Granted, the 10th Gen Comet Lake lineup is about to launch soon, but they won’t be more than 10-15% faster than their predecessors. And that’s per Intel’s official marketing materials. The actual gains will be in the ~10% range.

Cinebench R15

In CB R15, the Ryzen 7 4800H scores an insane 2,019 points in the multi-threaded test, beating the top-end Intel part, the i9-9980HK by more than 200 points. It even manages to level with sixteen-core Xeon chips.

CPUCinebench R20Blender BenchmarkMax Power Draw
i9-9980HK3,23920:5580W
R7-4800HS3,93320:4254W

In Cinebench R20 and Blender, the same result is repeated once again, with the 4800H drawing considerably less power than the 9980HK, all the while beating it by a notable margin. Here the Intel part peaks at 80W, but the Renoir offering stays under the 55W mark.

Lastly, there’s also the PassMark test, where the Ryzen 7 4800H establishes its supremacy by squishing its Intel rivals. It scores a meaty 18K while the Core i9-9980HK lags behind with around 16K points. The upcoming Core i7-10750H follows behind shortly with nearly the same score. The Core i7-9750H is left in the dust with just 11,600 points. That makes the 4800H nearly twice as fast as the 9th Gen i7.

Amid the lockdown, logistics is a problem. We sourced the R15 benchmark from Twitter while the R20 score from an associate. We’re working to get our review samples to the respective labs. Cheers!

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Areej

Entrepreneur, tech-analyst, PC gamer, and hardware enthusiast. Former co-founder of Techquila (2017-2019), a fairly successful tech outlet. Been working on Hardware Times since then, an outlet dedicated to computer hardware and its applications.

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