AMD Ryzen 9 4900HS is a new mobile System on a Chip – SoC designed for heavy-duty gaming laptops based on the Renoir architecture. The 4900HS integrates all eight cores based on the Zen 2 micro-architecture and has outperformed intel’s i9 mobile processors.
AMD Ryzen versus Intel Core i9
The time for mighty AMD Ryzen powered laptops is finally here. The Asus Zephyrus G14 is one such monster. AMD’s new processor has surpassed intel’s core i9 mobile processors in general performance.
This has sparked the inevitable comparisons with intel’s laptops and has forced intel to share their exclusive superiority status.
The benchmark used for testing processor performance is CineBench R15 Multi-Thread running in a continuous loop.
This method tests how processors handle non-stop stress over long periods plus the initial burst of Turbo Boost performance.
Results show users that some laptops will run much better than others over time.
In this case, the AMD Ryzen 9 4900HS laptop has the fastest Initial Boost performance when compared with several other mobile Core i9 laptops such the Asus ROG Mothership GZ700GX and Alienware m17 R2 P41 both powered by Intel Core i9-9980HK.
AMD Ryzen is rated at Cinebench R20 with a staggering 4,183 pts using all the cores, with an impressive single-core performance of 486 pts!
AMD Ryzen 9 4900HS-Benchmark and specs
CPU Cores and Base Frequency:
|Frequency:||3.00 GHz||CPU Cores:||8|
|Turbo(single-core):||4.30 GHz||CPU Threads:||16|
|Turbo(8 Cores):||3.80 GHz|
|L3-Cache:||8.00 MB||Technology:||7 nm|
|Architecture:||Renoir(Zen 2)||Virtualization:||AMD-V, SEV|
|TDP:||35W||T-junction max.||105 °C|
|TDP up:||54W||TDP down:||35W|
The TDP of the APU is rated at 35 Watt (default). Which means that the chip is designed for heavy-duty laptops. The Ryzen 7 4900HS is the 35 Watt version of the R9 4900H with a 10 Watt lower TDP.
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