AMD’s incoming lineup of mobile Ryzen 4000 “Renoir” processors is set to bring some serious graphics firepower to the laptop space.
According to new results published on 3DMark, the Ryzen 5 PRO 4650U – which flaunts Vega-based integrated graphics – absolutely demolishes Intel’s Core i7-10710U and its UHD Graphics 620 iGPU solution.
AMD’s 7 nm chip achieved a 3DMark score of 2413 in the Fire Strike benchmark, while Intel’s Comet Lake part scored only 1323. That’s a difference of over 80 percent. The Ryzen 5 PRO 4650U’s Graphics Score also wiped the floor with the Core i7-10710U’s by a similar percentage – 2600 vs. 1444.
Fire Strike— _rogame (@_rogame) March 7, 2020
Intel Core i7-10710U Processor
6C/12T 1.6GHz base 4.7GHz boost 25W (Intel NUC10i7FNB) best score
AMD Ryzen 5 PRO 4650U with Radeon Graphics
6C/12T 2.1GHz base 4GHz boost pic.twitter.com/bBX3xuGCPj
Intel’s chip seems to win out in terms of multi-core performance, however. The Core i7-10710U achieved a Physics Score of 16331, which is 20 percent greater than the Ryzen’s 13195. The Core i7-10710U also hit 51.84 FPS vs. Ryzen’s 41.89 FPS in the Physics Test – a difference of over 20 percent.
The first notebooks powered by AMD’s Ryzen 4000 mobile processors are expected to debut within the next few months. Renoir APUs for the desktop could be unveiled at CES 2020.