Intel 10th Gen Core i9-10980HK, i9-10880H & i7-10750H Comet Lake-H Processors Benchmarked With Cinebench R20 Against AMD Ryzen 9 4900HS & Ryzen 7 4800H APUs

At last, everyone’s accurate perception about Intel Comet Lake-H Mobile Gaming CPUs is confirmed via Cinebench R20 raw performance scoring without any bias reporting by unikoshardware website. These are overall multicore showdown on how CPU can handle the stress under full cores running while rendering heavy image. Reminder, Cinebench R20 is the most accurate tool to determine the CPUs overall performance in single and multicore abilities.

8 Core 16 Thread i9-10980HK delivered impressive results by scoring 3799 points under stock settings but these numbers can add up when it’s overclocked by automatic overclocking function. Against default running AMD Ryzen 9 4900HS APU, Intel Core i9-10980HK has no chance to win.

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Clear victory goes to low powered Ryzen 9 4900HS version APU by getting a whopping 4104 multicore points in Cinebench R20 results in which Intel Core i9-10980HK loses by nearly 20%. In reality, this result indicates about raw rendering power of the processor and also multitasking ability as well.

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Only automatic overclocking function could help Intel Core i9-10980HK to reach the level of Ryzen 9 4900HS APU with 4052 points. It seems 3.45GHz frequency is the default speed of i9-10980HK on all cores when pushed to the limit.

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Next up, again another octa core Intel Core i9-10880H gets pounded by both cheap Ryzen APUs in Cinebench R20 results. In stock settings the i9-10880H only can score about 2900 points in terms of multicore assessment.

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If you compare exact numbers, Ryzen 7 4800H vs i9-10880H, then multicore crown belongs to AMD chip. Whether, it’s turbo or stock settings, Ryzen 7 4800H scores clean 4101-4121 points which are far superior to 2900 score of Intel’s.

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Last but not least, the inherited 6 core DNA of Intel gaming CPUs went to Core i7-10750H with barely scoring 2537 points in multicore performance metrics. Above-mentioned results of unikohardware website are done by turning off the turbo mode functions for all Intel Comet Lake-H CPUs. Wondering people should be getting a rough idea on how Comet Lake-H family will compete against Renoir 7nm Ryzen 9 and Ryzen 7 APUs.

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Yet, Intel is ditching Cinebench R20 benchmarking results during it’s presentation like last year many people were disappointed by that behavior. Big thanks goes to unikohardware website, Hardware Unboxed and OwnorDisown Youtube Channels that have done unbiased benchmarks to exercise public transparency.