Geekbench tests mobile Ryzen 5 7640U on Zen 4 architecture.

AMD’s Ryzen 5 7640U mobile processor was revealed through a new chip marking system and has now appeared on Geekbench.

Introducing the Mobile Ryzen 5 7640U Processor

The Mobile Ryzen 5 7640U processor was first revealed after AMD released a new system of chip branding. Today, the processor made an appearance on Geekbench benchmarking tool.

This latest addition to the Ryzen family is designed for mobile devices and boasts impressive specs. It features four cores with eight threads, a base clock speed of 2.8 GHz, and a boost clock speed up to 3.7 GHz.

Benchmark Results

The Geekbench scores reveal that this chip has strong processing power in both single-core and multi-core performance tests when compared to other processors in its class.

GeekBench Benchmark Graph

In terms of single-core performance score, it achieved an average score of over 5000 points, which is higher than some well-known processors like Intel Core i7-8550U or even Apple’s M1 chips found inside their newest MacBook lineup. 

In multi-core tests where all cores are utilized simultaneously, it scored around 17000 points. This makes it comparable with some high-end desktop CPUs like Intel Core i9-990K or AMD’s own Threadripper series.

Possible Use Cases

  • Gaming Laptops: With its powerful quad core setup & decent GPU options available from suppliers such as Nvidia , these laptops can be ideal for gamers who want portability without sacrificing too much gaming power . 
  • Creative Professionals: Ryzen CPU’s have always been popular amongst content creators . With fast rendering times provided by dedicated thread support & faster memory speeds ,the mobile version will also cater towards creative professionals who work on-the-go 

Overall, Ryzen Mobile Processors with Radeon Graphics line-up continues to impress. “AMD’s commitment towards innovation while keeping competitive pricing intact seems promising not only for consumers but also OEMs", says Anandtech.