A benchmark of the Ryzen 7 5800H from AMD has been reportedly leaked on Geekbench – with some ravishing feedback. This benchmark can be contrasted with its ancestor, the Ryzen 7 4800H, and with the latest Comet Lake-H CPUs of the American tech company Intel. This feed is well-known in the Twitter system ASPIK (@TUM APISAK).
Naturally, the suspected leak must be handled cautiously, but if the benchmark score indicates its performance in an honest manner, then the Intel Tiger Lake-H flagships family AMD Ryzen 7 5800H should be well prepared to face intense competition and is scheduled to be launched by Q1 2021.
In the soon-to-be-launched Acer Nitro AN515-45 laptop with a 16G DDR4 memory setup, the Ryzen 7 5800 H CPU, a company from Silicon Valley was AMD. The 5800H consists of eight cores and 16 threads as performance and was working on a simple clock of 3,20 GHz with an increased speed of 4,45 GHz, with a total average output of 4,40 GHz across all cores.
In the Geekbench 5 single-core test and 7,630 multi-core results, this 5800H processor has allegedly a score of 1 475,000. This is to suggest that the performance of the Ryzen 7 4800H in a single-core is amazing at 35 percent and Intel should be concerned, practically built for its Tiger Lake CPUs to be released imminently. Furthermore the ability to increase the Ryzen 7 5800H with a power of 4,45 GHz means that the Intel Core i9-10900K could do more than five percent in the single-core configuration.
The disparity in the results seems to be marginal or negligible, but if you bring the Ryzen 7 5800H into context, it should be remembered that the Intel Core i9-10900K is a handheld processor on a laptop (35W vs 250W).
In the intensely competitive processor and chip market in 2020, there was a lot of operation. It is likely to be announced that Ryzen 5,000 Mobility CPUs will continue to perform strongly at least until 2021. AMD and Intel are therefore only two players in a widening market in which faster and energy-efficient CPUs can be developed.