AMD Phoenix overtakes Rembrandt by 26% in speed

News Summary:

  • The Ryzen 7 7840HS processor is an 8-core, 16-thread processor with a base clock speed of 3.8 GHz and a maximum boost speed of 5.1 GHz. It is a brand-new product in the “Phoenix” silicon product series. In actuality, it is AMD’s first processor to combine the Zen4 and RDNA3 architectures.

  • The same account shared the first CPU benchmarks today after sharing the first integrated Radeon 780M RDNA3 GPU scores in 3DMark TimeSpy just yesterday.

It’s important to remember that the 7940HS SKU, which has clock speeds 100–200 MHz higher, is still the flagship CPU.

A quick comparison shows that this 45W processor should be able to compete with Core i9-12900H and other 12th generation Intel CPUs. Additionally, it is 26% faster than the Ryzen 7 6800H from the previous generation. As was previously mentioned, there are currently three processors competing in this performance segment, and there will be many more in the coming weeks.

In the Cinebench R23 multi-core test, the CPU receives 16854 points, according to the shared screenshot. Although the single-core score is not displayed, it can be inferred fairly simply from the ratio to about 1588 points. It should be noted that this sample’s single-core frequency is incorrect, which is why the score was hidden. According to the leaker, if it arrives at the advertised clocks, it might be close to 1800 points.

There is still time for AMD to polish the drivers and for leakers to divulge more information because the Ryzen 7000HS series is scheduled to debut in March.