Average Bench: 85.5% (66th of 1244)

Based on 789 user benchmarks.  Device: 178BFBFF00860F01 Model: AMD Ryzen 7 4800H with Radeon Graphics

Ryzen 4000 Mobile CPUs offer benchmark busting multi-core performance on the go, but marketing hype aside, it’s unclear how this will translate to real world performance. Sixteen threads are great for beating benchmarks including UserBenchmark 64-core, Cinebench, Blender-CPU and Handbrake-CPU but gamers need performance in the games that they actually play. At launch, the top GPU available in a 4000 series laptop is the RTX 2060. Since the GPU is largely responsible for overall gaming performance, the Ryzen 4000 laptops will offer mid tier gaming performance at best. Pairing stronger GPUs would be suboptimal because the Zen gaming bottleneck becomes increasingly severe with more powerful GPUs. Streamers and media producers, who may have historically benefited from high core counts, are better off using the GPU (NVENC or QuickSync) for encoding. Leading media creation applications including both DaVinci Resolve and Adobe Premiere Pro are largely GPU bound. With low power consumption and high core counts, the 4000 range, on paper at least, is a perfect fit for the datacenter. AMD should focus on delivering a platform that offers performance where end users actually need it rather than targeting inexperienced gamers with the same old "moar cores" mantra. From a gamer’s perspective, the best feature of the 4000 series laptops is the absence of the equally hyped 5000 series GPUs. Prospective gaming laptop buyers will find lower latency (and therefore better gaming) CPUs combined with faster GPUs at similar price points. [Mar '20 CPUPro]

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Very good average bench

The AMD Ryzen 7 4800H averaged just 14.4% lower than the peak scores attained by the group leaders. This is an excellent result which ranks the AMD Ryzen 7 4800H near the top of the comparison list.

Strengths

Avg. Single Core Mixed Speed 125Pts
Avg. Quad Core Mixed Speed 495Pts

Good consistency

The range of scores (95th - 5th percentile) for the AMD Ryzen 7 4800H is 26.2%. This is a relatively narrow range which indicates that the AMD Ryzen 7 4800H performs reasonably consistently under varying real world conditions.

Weaknesses

Avg. Memory Latency 78.7Pts
Avg. Multi Core Mixed Speed 1,240Pts
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Average Bench

(Based on 789 samples)
Min Avg Max
64.1 Memory 78.7 82.1
65.2 1-Core 125 138
142 2-Core 249 276
85% 151 Pts
Min Avg Max
327 4-Core 495 548
509 8-Core 895 1,067
86.8% 695 Pts
Min Avg Max
625 64-Core 1,240 1,457
83.2% 1,240 Pts
User Benchmarks Bench Normal Heavy Server
The fastest CPU (mainstream) averages a speed of 100%
FP6, 1 CPU, 8 cores, 16 threads
Base clock 2.9 GHz, turbo 4.05 GHz (avg)
Memory 80.7
1-Core 137
2-Core 270
91% 163 Pts
4-Core 536
8-Core 1,053
98% 794 Pts
64-Core 1,418
95% 1,418 Pts
FP6, 1 CPU, 8 cores, 16 threads
Base clock 2.9 GHz, turbo 4 GHz (avg)
Memory 77.1
1-Core 137
2-Core 273
90% 162 Pts
4-Core 539
8-Core 1,024
97% 782 Pts
64-Core 1304
88% 1304 Pts
FP6, 1 CPU, 8 cores, 16 threads
Base clock 2.9 GHz, turbo 4 GHz (avg)
Memory 78.6
1-Core 138
2-Core 276
91% 164 Pts
4-Core 467
8-Core 792
79% 629 Pts
64-Core 1,162
78% 1,162 Pts
FP6, 1 CPU, 8 cores, 16 threads
Base clock 2.9 GHz, turbo 2.5 GHz (avg)
Memory 53.2
1-Core 82.4
2-Core 164
56% 99.9 Pts
4-Core 406
8-Core 660
68% 533 Pts
64-Core 850
57% 850 Pts
FP6, 1 CPU, 8 cores, 16 threads
Base clock 2.9 GHz, turbo 1.7 GHz (avg)
Memory 69.9
1-Core 69.2
2-Core 114
53% 84.3 Pts
4-Core 263
8-Core 289
37% 276 Pts
64-Core 406
27% 406 Pts
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The number of benchmark samples for this model as a percentage of all 29,081,124 CPUs tested.

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Gaming 23%
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Desktop
Desktop 90%
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Workstation
Workstation 69%
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2 days ago.

AMD are great at selling junk. They pee in the well with fake comments, glorified cheerleaders on youtube and paid magazine reviews. My POS PC still crashes randomly. Everybody needs to call the rats out instead of letting them get away with it


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1 month ago.

Ryzen 4000 Mobile CPUs are a great option for mobile gaming with proven performance under tight thermal constraints. At only 45W, this processor can compete with others (such as the i7-9750h) at much higher power levels (60W, easily 30% more power). Even at that lower power level, often these chips will beat their 60w Intel counterparts with ease. There's little to no reason to buy an Intel gaming laptop in 2020 and onward, at least until Intel trys to compete again.


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