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  • Test results of the first AMD processor of the Ryzen 4000 family published


    During the presentation of the new AMD Ryzen 4000 processor family, company representatives said that the first devices based on them will appear in the first quarter of 2020. The Geekbench database published the results of testing one of the representatives of AMD Ryzen 4000 - model AMD Ryzen 7 4700U. It is noteworthy that the platform for the new product was an unknown Lenovo laptop, and the chip itself showed an impressive performance.

    Test results of the first AMD processor of the Ryzen 4000 family published

    Test results of the first AMD processor of the Ryzen 4000 family published

    During testing, the eight-core Ryzen 7 4700U chip, operating in 16-stream command mode at a frequency of 2.0-4.1 GHz, scored 4910 and 21,693 in single-and multi-stream tests, respectively. For comparison, the results of testing the Intel Core i7-1065G7 processor in similar tests are much more modest and amount to 4400 and 17,000 points.

    They compared the new chip with an eight-core Intel Core i9-10980HK with a TDP of 45 W and an operating frequency of 3.1-5.0 GHz. The result of this processor in Geekbench was 5460 and 31,660 points.

    Ryzen 7 4700U is built on a microarchitecture and is positioned by the company as a chip with low power consumption at a TDP value of 15 W for installation in mobile systems. The desktop analog of the processor, the Ryzen 7 3700X model, was 20% and 60% more productive in the single-and multithreaded test. However, its TDP is 65 watts.


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