Ryzen 7 4800H Renoir APU Beats i7-9700K, Ryzen 5 3600X In Latest Benchmark Scores

What a time to be alive. In this high performance computing age people’s life is getting much sweeter than the last boring decade of quad core CPUs. At last, octa core processors for laptops are becoming more mainstream. No more marketing tricks of Core i3 and i5 with hidden dual core mediocre configurations as everyone witnessed last decade. Straight to the point, shocking 3D Mark Time Spy CPU benchmarks scores revealed that Ryzen 7 4800H beats Intel’s i7-9700K flagship by 2-3% and mainstream Ryzen 5 3600X by a big margin of 15%. All comes down to improvements of 7nm process technology and integrated Vega 8 graphics refinement up to 59% as said by AMD representatives at CES 2020.

Big thanks to trusted Tum-Apisak twitter user who has been an insider with higher accuracy than other leak sources. Take this information with a grain of salt anyway because independent reviewers are the most accurate than industry insiders. Additionally, Ryzen 7 4800H comes with 8 core and 16 thread plus 4.2 GHz boost clocks speed. Beating the Intel’s second fastest desktop chip within one year after release is the biggest achievement ever been marked in laptop performance history. Let’s wait and see how Ryzen 7 4800U and H series will hold up against Nvidia’s MX series GPUs offerings in gaming. Obviously, Renoir APUs are considered as a remarkable piece of processor history with integrated graphics thanks to 7nm FinFet transistor shrink.