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|Video Card(s)||EVGA 1080 Ti|
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AMD has no efficiency advantage in the mobile space.
I've seen reviews of a 100W~ 5600M losing to a 90W RTX 2060 by 10% or so.
The video you linked clearly shows the 2060 system consuming more power. TDP does not equal power consumption. I'm tired of repeating this.
In addition, you cherry picked your 10% number. That's 10% at Maximum details settings, which in many games (being a laptop GPU) isn't a good experience. At high settings the lead is closer to 6% and at medium about 2%.
On top of that the GPU being discussed in the article is the Radeon Pro 5600M, which is a completely different piece of silicon. If Navi 12 is based on RDNA2, which is highly likely, it will be significantly more power efficient then existing chips. AMD is claiming a 50% increase in performance per watt with Navi 2. Of course, just having HBM instead of GDDR means power savings as well.