AMD Ryzen 5 4600H Beats Intel Core i7-10750H In Firestrike Extreme Physics Benchmarks

Hexa core battle continues between AMD Ryzen 5 4600H and Intel Core i7-10750H behind the closed doors. But thanks to _rogame and Tum_Apisak for delivering worthy information via twitter. Latest both tweets made some enthusiasts to shock harder than ever. Full fledged 6 core 12 Thread Ryzen 5 4600H has just beat similar specs Intel’s flagship Core i7-10750H despite Ryzen chip running at lower boost clock speeds than Intel one. These benchmark scores from Firestrike Extreme Physics can be translated into raw performance metrics in real world. Sometimes raw performance power of Ryzen chip doesn’t necessarily mean to be superior in games but it illustrates high probabilities to beat Intel 14nm++ refresh CPUs through highly accurate calculations provided by unbiased 3DMark software.

Physics score delivers a rough performance numbers produced by raw power of CPU to control the game engine and movements within the gameplay. It seems AMD Ryzen 5 4600H edges out Intel Core i7-10750H by only running at 4.0 GHz boost clock speed compared to higher Intel’s 4.7 GHz enhanced by Turbo Boost 3.0 technology. Of course, Ryzen 5 4600H has an improved IPC (Instructions Per Cycle) speed dominance due to high transistor density which pushes the CPU to calculate faster with no thermal and power consumption compromises.

In the gaming performance benchmarks, Ryzen 5 4600H might outrun i7-10750H as a result of less thermal throttling from AMD 7nm APUs. In Physics frame rate you may see Ryzen is getting 58.94 fps against it’s counterpart getting only 57.22 fps. Remember that AMD still has a big Renoir APUs such as octa core Ryzen 9 4900U or 4900HS. In April 3 and 5 for the first time whole world will see the wonderful 7nm AMD APUs for laptops to finally nail the competition to save the general consumers from Intel’s expensive premium prices. Most people among those to be excited endlessly are the college students and content creators.