The eight-core and 16-thread Ryzen 5 7725HS mobile processor on Zen 2 architecture has marked in Geekbench synthetic test database.The software has determined that the chip belongs to a series of Renoir, writes VideoCardz.The name of the processor also indicates that it is based on the architecture of Zen 2.This is interesting, because AMD has not talked about the appearance of a similar model in the mobile Ryzen 7000 series.Image source: VideoCardz According to Geekbench data, the Ryzen 5 7725HS processor has a base frequency of 2.9 GHz and can automatically overclock to 4.3 GHz.The suffix HS in the name of the chip indicates that it is designed for light gaming laptops.The processor was tested with the Eluktronics RP-15 laptop without a discrete graphics subsystem.In the single-threaded performance test Ryzen 5 7725HS scored 1106 points, in multi-threaded - 6929 points. Image source: GeekBenchThe results of Ryzen 7 7725HSAs VideoCardz writes, it would be fair to compare this chip with the Ryzen 7 4800HS Renoir series, which also uses the Zen 2 architecture and eight processing cores.In addition, the latter also has a TDP at 35W, like the novelty.The obvious difference between the chips is the maximum clock speed, which is 4.2 GHz in the Ryzen 7 4800HS, which is 100 MHz lower.Taking all this into account, the Ryzen 5 7725HS is 6 and 6.5% faster in single-threaded and multi-threaded performance, respectively, than the Ryzen 7 4800HS.
AMD will release 10-core Ryzen 7 7800X and 4-core Ryzen 3 7300X - new products have made a mark in Geekbench test
The Ryzen 7000 processor family should be updated with several new models in the foreseeable future.Yesterday it was reported that data about Ryzen 7 7700 model appeared in Geekbench synthetic test database.Now in the same database marked the Ryzen 7 7800X and Ryzen 3 7300X models, which are also not included in the first wave of AMD desktop processors on the architecture Zen 4.Image source: AMDThe Ryzen 7 7800X model has two more cores compared to its predecessor Ryzen 7 5800X.Thus, the novelty could become the first AMD Ryzen desktop processor with 10 cores and 20 threads.According to Geekbench, the chip can automatically overclock to 5.4 GHz and has 64 MB of L3 cache memory on board, which is twice as much as the Ryzen 7 7700X.But that's not surprising, since the 10 cores are recruited using two chipsets, while the Ryzen 7 7700X has only one octa-core chip. Image source: GeekbankshThe processor was tested on a Gigabyte Aorus B650 motherboard.The Ryzen 7 7800X scored 2,097 points in the single-threaded performance test and 16,163 points in the multi-threaded test.In terms of multi-threaded performance, the novelty in its current state is about 15% ahead of the Ryzen 7 7700X.Ryzen 7 7800X results.Image source: GeekbenchThe Geekbench database also revealed information about the quad-core and eight-threaded Ryzen 3 7300X model.According to the benchmark, this processor is able to automatically overclock up to 5.0 GHz and has 32 MB of L3 cache memory. Image source: GeekbankshThe quad-core and octa-core Ryzen 3 7300X in the single-core test scored 1984 points, and in the multi-threaded performance test - 7682 points.This chip is capable of delivering a clock speed of 5GHz in auto overclocking.Ryzen 3 7300X results.Source image: GeekbenchWe should keep in mind that the Geekbench tests most likely involved engineering samples of processors, which may differ in frequency characteristics and power consumption from the final consumer versions.
The yet-to-be-announced AMD Ryzen 7 7700 processor has made its first mark in the Geekbench synthetic test database.The chip has eight physical cores with support for 16 virtual threads, and its clock speed reaches 5350 MHz, probably in automatic overclocking.Image source: AMD Recall that AMD introduced only four desktop models within the new Ryzen 7000 series: the 16-core Ryzen 9 7950X, the 12-core Ryzen 9 7900X, the eight-core Ryzen 7 7700X and the six-core Ryzen 5 7600X.Surely in the future the company is going to dilute the range of the series with younger models, as well as solutions without the suffix \"X\" in the name. AMD Ryzen 7 7700 specifications.Source image: GeekbankshThe above Ryzen 7 7700 was tested on ASRock X670E Taichi motherboard, with DDR5-4800 RAM.Recall that Ryzen 7000 processors are supported without overclocking and faster DDR5-5200 memory.According to test data, the chip base frequency is 3.8 GHz, which is 700 MHz lower than the Ryzen 77700X model.Power consumption of the new item is 65W, which is lower than that of the Ryzen 7 7700X, which has 105W. AMD Ryzen 7 7700 performance in Geekbench 5 test.Image source: GeekbenchIn the single-core performance test, the Ryzen 7 7700 scored 2,062 points, lower than the Ryzen 7 7600X, which scored 2,125 points in the same test.In the multi-core performance test, the new processor scored 12,685 points, which is 13% higher than the Ryzen 7 7600X (11,215 points).Image source: VideoCardz Unfortunately, the official Geekbench performance ranking does not yet have the results of Intel Core 13th generation processors, and AMD Ryzen 7 5700 model, so we can not compare them directly.
Mobile 14-core Core i9-13900HK and Core i7-13700H made a mark in Geekbench - flagship showed 5.3 GHz
Mobile Core i9-13900HK and Core i7-13700H processor test results have appeared in Geekbench synthetic test database.According to the test, both chips are 14-core (six powerful and eight power-efficient cores) and support 20 virtual threads.Chips were tested in some Samsung laptops.Image source: WccftechAccording to the test details, the Core i9-13900HK is able to automatically overclock to 5.3GHz.The Core i7-13700H was able to clock up to 4.95GHz.Recall that the current mobile Core i9-12900HK and Core i7-12700H generation Alder Lake have maximum clock speeds of 5.0 and 4.7 GHz respectively. Interestingly, the novelties are claimed to have 1.25 MB of L2 cache per core, but the Raptor Cove cores architecture implies 2 MB of L2 cache per core. Image source: GeekbankshThe performance of the new processors, especially the multi-threaded ones, is not impressive yet.In the Geekbench database, you can find higher results for the same Core i9-12900HK.However, the new chips are engineering samples, so it's too early to definitively judge their performance.Core i9-13900HK results (top) and Core i7-13700H (bottom) Single-threaded processor performance comparison.Image source: WccftechIntel has previously confirmed that the mobile Raptor Lake series processors will be released by the end of this year.However, the company did not specify whether it applies to all models of the new series.According to VideoCardz, the first notebooks based both on the new Intel mobile processors, and AMD next-generation processors are expected to be announced at CES 2023 early next year, along with the announcement of mobile video cards NVIDIA Ada Lovelace and AMD RDNA 3. Multi-threaded processor performance comparison.Image source: Wccftech
Performance data for the AMD Ryzen 9 7900X 12-core processor has appeared in the Geekbench 5 synthetic test database.It remained the only chip in the new Ryzen 7000 line of processors for which no independent performance tests were published in this benchmark.Earlier leaks confirmed the performance of the six-core Ryzen 5 7600X, the eight-core Ryzen 7 7700X and the flagship 16-core Ryzen 9 7950X.Image source: WccftechThe Ryzen 9 7900X has a base frequency of 4.7 GHz.On one of the eight cores, it can automatically overclock to 5.6 GHz.The chip has a claimed TDP of 170W, 76 MB of cache memory (64 MB of L3 and 12 MB of L2) and supports 24 virtual threads. Image source: GeekBenchThe processor was tested with Gigabyte X670E Aorus Master motherboard equipped with 32 GB of DDR5 memory.The chip scored 2167 points in single-core test and 18,622 points in multi-core test.Novelty on Zen 4 architecture was 30% faster in single threaded and 33% faster in multi-threaded tests than its predecessor, Ryzen 9 5900X.In comparison with Core i9-12900K new AMD chip was also faster.Intel's still current 16-core flagship scored 1,901 and 17,272 points in the same tests, respectively.Compared to engineering samples Core i7-13700K and Core i9-13900, Ryzen 9 7900X processor is faster in single threaded performance, but inferior in multi-threaded performance.Comparison table for single threaded performanceAmd Ryzen 7000 processors and motherboards for new Socket AM5 platform on senior AMD X670E and X670 chipsets will go on sale September 27.
The 35 watt Core i7-13700T has appeared in the Geekbench test database, and it is higher than the Ryzen 7 5800X
Only K-series models with unlocked multiplier are expected to be announced as part of the first wave of Intel Raptor Lake series processors.However, a model from the future energy efficient Core T series has made its mark in the Geekbench synthetic test database.We're talking about the 16-core and 24-thread Core i7-13700T with an estimated heat dissipation of 35 watts.Image source: VideoCardzBase frequency of the processor is 1.4 GHz.In auto mode, it can overclock up to 4.78 MHz.Recall that the Intel T-series processors are not designed for gaming.It is designed for use in compact energy-efficient and embedded systems, often equipped with passive cooling systems.Image source: GeekbanenchIn single-core performance tests, Core i7-13700T showed results from 1893 to 1939 points.In multi-core performance tests, the chip scored from 8,925 to 11,564 points.Source image: GeekbanxThe Core i7-13700T is faster than the eight-core Ryzen 7 5800X on the Zen 3 architecture.The maximum TPD of the Raptor Lake chip is unknown, but it should be lower than that of the Ryzen model (105W nominal and 142W maximum).Intel chip was tested with DDR4-3200 RAM, hence it did not take advantage of faster DDR5 memory support.Compared to the 10-core Core i5-12600K Alder Lake series, the Core i7-13700T showed higher single-core and almost the same multi-core performance. Image source: VideoCardzIntel usually releases energy-efficient models of its processors after the release of the higher-end K-series models with TDP 125W and mass models without overclocking and with TDP 65W.
A database of the CPU-Z utility's built-in performance test revealed the performance of the eight-core AMD Ryzen 7 7700X processor on the 5nm Zen 4 architecture.Soon the record was deleted, but vigilant users managed to take screenshots.Image source: AMDAll eight cores of AMD processor in the test worked at the same frequency of 5425 MHz.This is 25 MHz higher than the claimed auto overclocking frequency for this model.The TDP rating of the Ryzen 7 7700X processor is 105W.It supports AVX512IF instructions, DDR5 memory and PCIe 5.0 interface. AMD Ryzen 7 7700X specifications.Image source: ValidX86 / TUM_APISAKThe processor was tested on Gigabyte X670E AORUS Master motherboard, and with DDR5-6400 memory with CL30 timings.With this configuration, the chip scored 774 points in CPU-Z single-core performance test, and 8381 points in multi-threaded test. Ryzen 77700X single-core performance test with CPU-Z.Source image: ValidX86 / TUM_APISAKWith these single-core performance results, the novelty is 21% faster than the eight-core Ryzen 7 5800X and 20% faster than the 16-core Ryzen 9 5950X on Zen 3 architecture.In addition, the Ryzen 7 7700X was 1% faster than the 10-core Core i5-12600K, but inferior to the 12-core Core i7-12700K. Ryzen 7 7700X multicore performance test by CPU-Z.Image source: ValidX86 / TUM_APISAKMultithreaded performance of the Ryzen 7 7700X in this test was 1 percent better than the 16-core Core i9-12900K and 8 percent better than the Core i7-12700K.Moreover, new AMD Raphael CPU is 28% faster than Ryzen 7 5800X.AMD new product also showed up in Geekbench synthetic test database.However, in this case we used a different motherboard (ASUS ROG Crosshair X670E Hero) and a different RAM configuration (64 GB DDR5-6000 memory).Source image: GeekbenchWith results of 2209 and 14,459 points in single-threaded and multi-threaded performance tests, the novelty in the first case was 16% faster than the Core i7-12700K model, and in the second - 2% faster.Ryzen 7 7700X processor along with the rest of the Ryzen 7000 series goes on sale September 27.Reviews of the new generation chips will start to appear one day earlier.
The Geekbench OpenCL synthetic test database has revealed performance data on Intel Core 13th generation processor embedded graphics.The test was conducted on a certain HP PC equipped with an Intel Core i9-13900 processor.In the OpenCL graphics test, Intel's Embedded showed a score of 9498 points.This is roughly 93% lower than the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 discrete graphics card.image source: PC-Magazin.eThe Raptor Lake processor has 32 execution units running at 1.65 GHz.The current flagship Core i9-12900 has an Intel UHD Graphics 770 \"embedded\" with the same number of execution units, but running at 100 MHz lower or 6.5% slower.One would expect the Raptor Lake integrated graphics core to be about 6.5 percent slower than the Alder Lake graphics due to this.But in practice, the iGPU of the 13th generation Intel Core processor turned out to be only 2.6% faster. Source image: GeekbankshIn comparison with the closest competitors, Raptor Lake graphics turned out to be slower than AMD Radeon Vega 10, NVIDIA GeForce MX350 entry-level discrete mobile graphics card or the same GeForce GTX 750 and Radeon RX 540 \"embedded\".On the other hand, keep in mind that the test was most likely conducted on the Raptor Lake engineering sample and the final figures of the integrated graphics performance may differ, though hardly significantly.Image source: Tom's HardwareAdd that the test once again confirmed that the Core i9-13900 processor has 24 physical cores with support for 32 virtual threads and runs in the 2 to 5.3 GHz frequency range.It is also reported to carry 36 Mbytes of L3 cache memory on board.The official announcement of the Intel Raptor Lake series of chips will take place at the end of this month.They are rumored to go on sale in mid-October, along with new Intel 700-series motherboards.
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