It seems that AMD Ryzen 7 5800H has not much to worry about yet.Based on early benchmarks discovered by hardware leakers Tum_Apisak, Intel’s upcoming 12th generation Alder Lake The processor will have a strong competitor in AMD’s current mobile chips.
Benchmarks are from UserBenchmark and Geekbench 5. We recommend that you have reservations about the results as they have not yet been confirmed by Intel.
The two Alder Lake chips in question appeared in HP devices with DDR5 SO-DIMM memory, indicating that they belong to the mobile Alder Lake-P product line. The devices in UserBenchmark and Geekbench 5 entries are labeled “HP 89C0” and “HP 896D”. The first may be a test platform, while the latter may correspond to one of HP’s EliteBook laptops.
A coreboot patch last year exposed Potential configuration Used in Alder Lake-P processors.So far, we have seen up to six unique combinations of Golden Cove and Gracemont CPU coreUnless Intel introduces more configurations based on what is known, the entry-level Alder Lake-P part should start with two Golden Cove cores, and the flagship chip has a maximum of 14 cores (six Golden Cove, eight Gracemont).
The Alder Lake-P chip comes from Geekbenck 5 submission With 14 cores, 20 Thread And 24MB of L3 Cache. Since we suspect that only the Golden Cove core has Hyperthreading, This particular sample should have six Golden Cove cores and eight Gracemont cores. Geekbench detects a 945 MHz base station Clock speed And 4,253 MHz increase, but these values may be misreported, so we will not pay too much attention to these numbers.
With 16GB DDR5-4800 SO-DIMM RAM, the single-core and multi-core scores of the 14-core Alder Lake-P processor are 1,258 and 6,831 points, respectively.
In contrast, the average score of AMD Ryzen 7 5800H, which oscillates among 8 Zen 3 cores Simultaneous multithreading (SMT), the single-core test is 1,338 points, and the multi-core test is 7,063 points.
Based on these numbers, the Ryzen 7 5800H is 6% faster than the Alder Lake-P chip in single-threaded performance and 3% faster in multi-threaded performance.
The second Alder Lake-P, from UserBenchmark submission, Equipped with eight cores and twelve threads. There may be two possible configurations. We may see two Golden Cove cores and eight accompanying Gracemont cores, or an even split.
For the benchmark test, the eight-core Alder Lake-P processor is on a platform with two Hynix HMCG66MEBSA092N DDR5-4800 SO-DIMM RAM modules. If you trust UserBenchmark, it is reported that the Alder Lake-P system scored 160 points in the single-core benchmark test and 773 points in the eight-core benchmark test.
UserBenchmark’s Ryzen 7 5800H scored 133 and 898 points in the single-core and eight-core benchmark tests, respectively.
According to these figures, the single-core performance of the Alder Lake-P sample has increased by 20%, but the performance of the Ryzen 7 5800H in multi-core workloads is 16% higher than Intel chips.
Intel expects to launch Alder Lake in late 2021 or early 2022.Details are still lacking, so it is not clear whether this chip maker will release a desktop version to compete with us Best CPU List, starting from the mobile version or released at the same time.