. The Intel i9 9980HK is the only other 8 core CPU in this comparison, toutefois, unlike all of the others, its unlocked and can be overclocked, bien sûr, assuming thermal and power limits permit., The 9980HK has double the cache of the 4900HS, a higher power limit and higher Single core turbo boost speed. As the i9 is unlocked. Ive done my testing with it undervolted by 0.15v, overclocked and Ive also boosted the power limit, though I found in practice. Cpu, only workloads would run at about 90 Watts., Its also worth considering that the i9 is pretty much only available in thicker 17 ordinateurs portables pouces. There are some 15 inch ones, but I tested mine in the Gigabyte Aero 17, whereas the 4900HS Im testing with here is in a much smaller than usual 14 ASUS Zephyrus G14.. Just for a little perspective, Ive also got results from the Intel. I7 9750H. From my Lenovo Y540 i5 9300H from my Y7000 and the best from AMDs last generation, le Ryzen 7 3750H from the ASUS TUF FX505DU., Starting off with everyones favourite Cinebench R20, we can see that the i9 was able to hit a 6 score multicœur plus élevé, bien que, to Be fair, the 4900HS could score. Même, for its first couple of runs before the boost period expired., The 4900HS can run at 60 à 65 Watts, but it settles at 35 watts long term. En tous cas. The 4900HS is leading the pack when it comes to single core performance.

Something Intel has historically been considered best. À. Ive also got some older Cinebench R15 results for those that still use it, but unfortunately I didnt test out the i9 with this benchmark. When I had it, so we can see how the 4900HS stacks up compared to other chips. toutefois, well move right, along. Handbrake a été utilisé pour convertir un fichier vidéo 4K en 1080p. Puis un fichier 1080p séparé à 720p. In this transcoding test, le Ryzen 9 4900HS was actually faster than the i9, which is honestly quite an impressive achievement., D'une manière ou d'une autre, bien que, the results were close and both of the 8 core systems have nice leads over the other processors. In the comparison., Blender is another threaded workload that prefers more cores. Cette heure. The i9 was about 10 faster in the Classroom test and about 9 plus rapide pour le test BMW.. Although the 4900HS is behind, this test takes a lot longer to complete than the other tests. So the 4900HS is actually running at its 35 watt limit for most of the test. Ill show you a bit later, just how power efficient it is. The results are pretty surprising.. V Ray est un autre test multicœur. This time the i9 was scoring about 20 higher than the 4900HS, while the 4900HS is about 17 faster than the i7 9750H.. Encore, when you consider the 4900HS is a smaller 14 inch laptop with a 35 limite de watt, the results look quite promising for the Ryzen processor.

. Another benchmark that uses the CPU to render out a scene. The results were similar with the i9 about 22 plus rapide dans ce test, while the 4900HS was about 24 plus rapide que le 6 noyau, i7 9750H. 7 Zip a été utilisé pour tester les vitesses de compression et de décompression, and the 4900HS was ahead in both regards.. bien, the compression score was very close to the i9. toutefois, when it came to decompression, the 4900HS is almost 10 faster than the i9. AMD have traditionally done very well in this test, bien que, as you can see even the 3750H down. The bottom beats the i5 9300H. In decompression, where the i5 was otherwise winning in all other workloads, Testé. Veracrypt was used to test AES encryption and decryption speeds.. This test may not be the most accurate, as results can vary between test run, which is why Ive taken the average of 10 runs here.. The 4900HS was close to the i7 and Ive actually generally found overclocking to negatively affect results in this test. Pour certaines raisons, which may be why the encryption speed from the i9 is below even that of the i7. In the Geekbench test. The 4900HS was a little behind even the i7, in the single core test, not sure what the deal is here as it was ahead in others like Cinebench, I am using an older version of Geekbench, as this is what I have historic data for Ill move over To the newer version, 5 Bientôt.

Dans tout les cas, the i7 was almost 5 ahead of the 4900HS in single core performance. While the i9 had a 7 Conduire. For multicore, though the i9 was only scoring 4.5 ahead of the Ryzen 9. Ive utilisé Adobe Premieres warp, effet stabilisateur, which is a single core test. Malheureusement, I didnt test out the i9 when I had the machine here. So no data for it, toutefois. The 4900HS was 19 plus rapide que le 9750H. Dans cette charge de travail, which I found interesting, C'est, a pretty big lead against Intel who again have historically been known for superior single core results.. These are the average differences between the Intel, i9 9980HK and AMD Ryzen 9 4900HS. Out of the tests that I have data for both. En moyenne, the i9 was almost 5 plus vite, toutefois, que le pourcentage global n’est pas trop utile, comme il comprend à la fois des tests simples et multicœurs., D'une manière ou d'une autre, though in general theres, not that big of a difference, the i9 seems to Have the most advantage in the core heavy rendering workloads which dominate the top 4 résultats. Heres, where things get interesting? C’est ce que le tirage de puissance totale du système du mur ressemblait lors de l’exécution de la référence mélangeur., The 4900HS laptop was using less power in this test than even the two quad core systems.. The i9 9980HK has blown up because Ive raised the power limit and overclocked it to increase performance above stock and power. Efficiency tends to get worse the higher you go.

En tous cas, although the i9 was winning in most tests, consider that in Blender it was only about 10 faster than the 4900HS, but it was using more than double the power to achieve this.. The 4900HS would likely have no issue beating the i9 at stock. If I wasnt undervolting and boosting the power limit, this really goes to show how efficient AMDs 7nm processors are. Ce sont les vitesses moyennes de l’horloge au cours du même test de mélangeur. Malheureusement, I didnt record this data back when I had the i9 for testing, but I still thought it was interesting that the 4900HS was clocking lower out of these options, while also destroying them as a result of the higher core and thread count.. Également, with the temps no data from the i9, but trust me, it would be well up there. Dans tout les cas. le 35 watt 4900HS was running cooler than the other three machines and remember. The Ryzen processor is in a smaller 14 inch chassis here. My 9750H, 9300H and 3750H are all 15 inch machines.. Malheureusement, il n’y a pas de résultats de jeu pour le moment, as all of the laptops tested had different graphics cards, so it wasnt possible to fairly compare, however Ill. Try and do this in the future. If Im able to get my hands on comparable machines., It seems pretty clear to me that AMD finally have a competitive mobile option on their hands. Sérieusement. My 4900HS is in a smaller 14 inch chassis compared to the i9, which only exists in 15 inch but more commonly 17 ordinateurs portables pouces.

The Ryzen option, uses less power and still offers high levels of performance in most workloads and its also a fair bit cheaper.. The G14 Ive tested with here goes for about 1450 USD good luck, finding any i9 laptop anywhere near that price. If you need CPU processing done., Although Intels 10th gen isnt too far away Im, not expecting big changes being that its still on the 14nm Ive lost track of the plusses architecture.. Let me know what you thought of the performance from the 4900HS down in the comments.. I cant wait to test out the other new Ryzen processors and see how they stack up against, say the Intel i7 9750H so make sure you get subscribed for those future comparisons and upcoming tech.