AMD 7nm Ryzen notebook results announced, performance close to i9-9900K

At this year's CES exhibition, AMD released the Zen2-based mobile processor based on the 7nm process, which includes a low-voltage processor of 15W and a standard-voltage processor of 45W. Some time ago, AMD also announced the latest Ryzen 9 series of standard pressure processors, reaching 8-core 16-thread specifications, which has a higher frequency than Ryzen 7.

Today, the notebook equipped with Ryzen 9 4900HS has been launched overseas. The first product is ROG Magic 14 and foreign media have conducted preliminary tests on the product. It is concluded that the performance of Ryzen 9 4900HS completely exceeds the current Intel Core i9 The single-core performance is even close to the desktop i9-9900K.

According to NBC reports, the Ryzen 9 4900HS can achieve a single core score of 495 points in the CineBench R20, which is almost more than all competitors with mobile core i9 processors. The multi-core score can reach 4288 points. Intel is not its opponent except for the desktop i9-9900K.

It is worth noting that the TDP of the Ruilong 9 4900HS is only 35W, while the TDP of the mobile i9 reaches 45W. The advantage of the 7nm process is very obvious.