First test results of AMD Ryzen 9 7845HX, a 12-core processor for laptops, show excellent performance despite low TDP.
First Tests of AMD Ryzen 9 7845HX – a new 12-core Processor for Laptops
The first results of testing the new AMD Ryzen 9 7845HX processor for laptops have appeared online. Despite its modest TDP rating, the novelty showed excellent performance and even surpassed some competitors in certain tests.
Impressive Performance Results
The initial benchmarks indicate that the CPU’s multi-core score is higher than Intel Core i7-11800H or i9-11980HK processors, which are popular among high-end laptop manufacturers. In single-threaded tasks, however, Intel still has an edge over this newcomer from AMD.
TDP Efficiency and Cooling System Requirements
An interesting feature of this chip is its thermal design power (TDP) rating at just only 45 watts, which makes it much more energy-efficient compared to other similar products with multiple cores. However, it remains unclear how well this processor will work under heavy loads without proper cooling systems installed on laptops.
- Cores/Threads: 12/24;
- Frequency Range: ~4 GHz base clock speed; ~6 GHz Boost Clock speed;
- L3 Cache Size: >16 MB;
“The early test results show that Ryzen™ may be a strong competitor to existing offerings from Intel® in terms of multithreaded performance while maintaining low power consumption.”
. It will be fascinating to see how far these processors can push mobile computing into previously uncharted territory.
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