AMD is set to impress with its upcoming lineup of Ryzen 5000 Series mobile processors. According to a new Geekbench result spotted by VideoCardz, the Ryzen 5 5600H SKU easily embarrasses its Ryzen 5 4600H “Renoir” predecessor with a single-core score of 1,372 and multi-core score of 5,713. That equates to performance gains of around 37 percent and 18 percent for the new Zen 3-based “Cezanne” generation.
“The main competitor for the 5600H is the 10th Gen Core i7-10750H CPU, which Intel will be reusing for the budget GeForce RTX 30-based laptops,” VideoCardz noted. “AMD’s new 6-core CPU appears to be 20% and 3% faster in single-core and multi-core benchmarks respectively, according to Geekbench’s own performance charts.”
AMD is expected to announce its first Ryzen 5000 Series mobile processors during the all-virtual CES 2021 conference taking place on Jan 11–14, 2021. The lineup will ultimately comprise not only high-end (H) and low-power (U) Zen 3-based models such as the Ryzen 9 5900HX and Ryzen 7 5800U, but also Zen 2-based “Lucienne” SKUs (e.g., Ryzen 7 5700U).