AMD 12 core Ryzen 7000 Mobile bulldozes Apple M2, Intel i9 12th Gen in leaked benchmarks


At CES last month, AMD had a number of big announcements to make, and a lot of it involved mobile stuff, including new RDNA 3-based graphics. The highlight of the show was probably the Zen 4 mobile processors, including the new Ryzen 7045HX and Ryzen 7040 series. The major difference between the two lineups is in TDP and cores/thread count. While the latter is limited to eight cores and 16 threads options, the former goes up to 16 cores and 32 threads thanks to the 55W+ power envelope.

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And like desktops, the 7045HX series will also have a 12-core SKU. Dubbed the “Ryzen 9 7845HX”, the chip’s Passmark score has been leaked today and the processor has delivered very, very impressive figures, although that was also expected given the high core count.

As you can see in the image below, the 7845HX managed to score 46,791 points in the benchmark which is almost twice as fast as Apple’s M2 Pro and M2 Max. Meanwhile, compared to the best Intel offering currently available, the Core i9-12900HX – which is a 16-core (8P + 8E), 24-thread part -, the AMD processor is 31% faster.

Ryzen 9 7845HX Passmark Score with Other CPUs

While we don’t have numbers for the 16-core 7945HX here, it will definitely be slightly faster overall than the 7845HX or similar levels, as performance may depend on the TDP constraint set in a particular laptop. Is.

Meanwhile, Intel also revealed its cards in the form of the upcoming Raptor Lake mobile CPUs, the fastest being the 55W Core i9-13950HX with 24 cores (8P + 16E) and 32 threads. According to the company, the 13950HX is up to 79 percent faster than the 12900HX in certain use cases like Blender, which is pretty impressive, and it also shows that even the fastest AMD 16-core part can keep up with such multitasking. It can be difficult to keep. – Threaded work.

Source: Pass mark


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