We have the first benchmark of AMD’s Ryzen 7 5800U APU chip , which is based on the renewed Zen 3 architecture.
The move towards Zen 3 architecture by the company’s APU processors promises a substantial performance improvement over the Ryzen 4000U series, as demonstrated in these early tests.
The first benchmark of AMD ‘s Ryzen 7 5800U APU was discovered by @leakbench within the Geekbench 5 database .
Before moving on to the results, the Ryzen 7 5800U is a Cezanne-based 8-core, 16-thread APU processor. The unreleased chip has a base clock of 1.9 GHz, and a boost clock of 4.44 GHz. The clocks are higher than the Ryzen 7 4800U at 100 MHz and 244 MHz, respectively, compared to the Ryzen 7 4800U. The cache is now double, 16MB L3.
The processor is equipped with an improved Vega GPU with 8 CUs or 512 cores, clocked at 2000 MHz. It seems that AMD is not going to use a Navi GPU. Consumption is 10W (25W cTDP).
The AMD Ryzen 7 5800U scored 1421 points in the single-core tests , while in the multi-core tests it scored 6450 points. The performance is far superior to the Ryzen 7 4800U , which scores 1031 points in the single-core tests and 5845 in the multi-core tests, this translates to 38% more performance gain on single-core and 10% increase in multi-core performance.
The single core performance gain seems very significant and too good to be true. We will have to wait for further tests to reconfirm these auspicious results for the Ryzen 5000U series. We will keep you informed.
The Ryzen 7 4800U, on average, scores 1031 points in the single-core tests and 5845 in the multi-threaded ones. The single-thread gains are quite significant and will put AMD in a leading position over Tiger Lake-U processors, as the Ryzen 4000U family is already hitting Intel hard, causing them to post skewed benchmarks and test results against the competition.