Thursday, January 21st 2021

AMD Ryzen 9 5900HX Storms to the Top of PassMark Mobile CPU Leaderboard

AMD Ryzen 9 5900HX, the company's flagship mobile processor announced at the 2021 International CES, has stormed to the top of the PassMark mobile CPU leaderboard. The 8-core/16-thread processor, codenamed "Cezanne," is based on AMD's latest "Zen 3" microarchitecture. It tops the charts with 24,039 points, compared to 16,594 points of the Intel Core i9-10980HK, team blue's current flagship in the 45+ W segment. Both the 5900HX and i9-10980HK are unlocked 8-core parts. The 5900HX also ends up 21% faster than AMD's previous mobile flagship, the Ryzen 9 4900HS, and 25% faster than the 4800H. Intel's upcoming 8-core "Tiger Lake" mobile processor, due for the second half of 2021, has its task cut out.
Sources: PassMark Validation for 5900HX, VideoCardz
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26 Comments on AMD Ryzen 9 5900HX Storms to the Top of PassMark Mobile CPU Leaderboard

#1
TumbleGeorge
Hmm, Intel mobile flagship is tested with only 2.4GHz. I think in reality AMD mobile is slower when compared in same frequencies with Intel mobile.
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#2
theGryphon
TumbleGeorgeHmm, Intel mobile flagship is tested with only 2.4GHz. I think in reality AMD mobile is slower when compared in same frequencies with Intel mobile.
Uh-huh, sure :rolleyes:
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#3
medi01
TumbleGeorgeHmm, Intel mobile flagship is tested with only 2.4GHz. I think in reality AMD mobile is slower when compared in same frequencies with Intel mobile.
If <something-something> AMD is slower. (c) pathetic state of the blue world

I blame failed Fab nodes for that.
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#4
dyonoctis
TumbleGeorgeHmm, Intel mobile flagship is tested with only 2.4GHz. I think in reality AMD mobile is slower when compared in same frequencies with Intel mobile.
Or Maybe Passmark is showing the base frequency for the intel cpu, rather than the average effective frequency (since laptops have a hard time to sustain their turbo clocks)
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#5
Xaled
I think he is just being sarcastic
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#6
TumbleGeorge
Just look on pictures with table of results. There is no info for what frequency of 5900HX in test. I'm sure that in reality both AMD@Intel work limited because of laptop cooling, but Intel is better when compared in same frequency.
dyonoctisOr Maybe Passmark is showing the base frequency for the intel cpu.
No! 2.4GHz look picture in article. 200MHz more than base.
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#7
dyonoctis
TumbleGeorgeJust look on pictures with table of results. There is no info for what frequency of 5900HX in test. I'm sure that in reality both AMD@Intel work limited because of laptop cooling, but Intel is better when compared in same frequency.

No! 2.4GHz look picture in article. 200MHz more than base.
because I showed the 10870H, the base clock of the 10980HK is 2.4Ghz. Intel 10th gen has a lower IPC than zen3, it's been proven several times

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#8
ZoneDymo
I think George might have tumbled one too many times
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#9
Xajel
TumbleGeorgeHmm, Intel mobile flagship is tested with only 2.4GHz. I think in reality AMD mobile is slower when compared in same frequencies with Intel mobile.
Hmm, your weed seems to be good. Do you have more to share?
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#10
ExcuseMeWtf
TumbleGeorgeHmm, Intel mobile flagship is tested with only 2.4GHz. I think in reality AMD mobile is slower when compared in same frequencies with Intel mobile.
Awesome bait, mate. Clearly many fell for it as we can see below (or above in case of my comment).
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#11
junglist724
XaledI think he is just being sarcastic
I sure hope so, cuz that's just how Intel cpus self identify via CPUID.
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#13
Lionheart
TumbleGeorgeHmm, Intel mobile flagship is tested with only 2.4GHz. I think in reality AMD mobile is slower when compared in same frequencies with Intel mobile.
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#15
1d10t
TumbleGeorge
Oh look, there's also Ryzen 7 Extreme Edition there. That must be legit.
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#16
TumbleGeorge
1d10tOh look, there's also Ryzen 7 Extreme Edition there. That must be legit.
Yeah, AMD beat all other easily. Pi$smark
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#17
dyonoctis
1d10tOh look, there's also Ryzen 7 Extreme Edition there. That must be legit.
NEC LAVIE N15 features AMD Ryzen 7 Extreme Edition 'Renoir' CPU - VideoCardz.com
NEC launches 15.6-inch Lavie laptop with mysterious Ryzen 7 4000U Extreme Edition APU - NotebookCheck.net News
2020年夏モデル LAVIE Direct N15(R) (ノートパソコン)NEC Direct|NEC LAVIE公式サイト (nec-lavie.jp)

Looks like some people are bored today and decided to argue over things that made sense for anyone who followed the tech news for the past few months
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#18
Mats
TumbleGeorgeYeah, AMD beat all other easily. Pi$smark
Time to wake up, don't shoot the messenger. :D

At 15.03

From the video: The 10980HK is 20 % slower than the 4800H.
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#19
Arc1t3ct
Is intel even trying to compete anymore?
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#20
Totally
1d10tOh look, there's also Ryzen 7 Extreme Edition there. That must be legit.
Is legit. Google is your friend.
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#21
mechtech
Wake me up when it's available on the shelves.
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#22
Totally
mechtechWake me up when it's available on the shelves.
Arc1t3ctIs intel even trying to compete anymore?
They don't need to if AMD products never make it into Laptop or in a config people actually want.
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#23
1d10t
dyonoctisNEC LAVIE N15 features AMD Ryzen 7 Extreme Edition 'Renoir' CPU - VideoCardz.com
NEC launches 15.6-inch Lavie laptop with mysterious Ryzen 7 4000U Extreme Edition APU - NotebookCheck.net News
2020年夏モデル LAVIE Direct N15(R) (ノートパソコン)NEC Direct|NEC LAVIE公式サイト (nec-lavie.jp)

Looks like some people are bored today and decided to argue over things that made sense for anyone who followed the tech news for the past few months
TotallyIs legit. Google is your friend.
Welcome to the internet, boomers. Kindly check our news section covered by P*rnhub.If your bored, Newegg and Microcenter had their NSFW content. If you find anything dissatisfied, please kindly fill our form at Reddit :D
Sidenote, I don't need to explain my jokes :p
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#24
mechtech
TotallyThey don't need to if AMD products never make it into Laptop or in a config people actually want.
Ya a lot of this. And end result is laptop manf not implementing dual channel, or a decent screen, and/or etc. etc. But at the same time one should still see more laptops around with AMD chips, which makes me think they are short on those also. I recall seeing lots of A8, A10, A12 chips in laptops even a few years ago, more than I do with ryzen chips.
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#25
Totally
1d10tWelcome to the internet, boomers. Kindly check our news section covered by P*rnhub.If your bored, Newegg and Microcenter had their NSFW content. If you find anything dissatisfied, please kindly fill our form at Reddit :D
Sidenote, I don't need to explain my jokes :p
Legit supposed be a joke? 'Legit' hasn't been a thing since 2012, who are you calling a boomer old man.
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