For our benchmark suite, almost all of our benchmarks show an uplift for the new Ryzen 5000 Mobile series, some considerably so: our compile benchmark is +12%, Corona rendering is +18%, Dolphin emulation +17%, NAMD +8%, Blender +6%. To our surprise our SPEC2006 1T benchmark is +32%, accelerated considerably by the 16 MB L3 cache, but also because these CPUs also support a higher instantaneous power turbo modes than the previous generation. This enables some competitive performance numbers against Intel’s Tiger Lake platform in single thread focused tests (AMD wins on multithread quite easily).
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Now just release desktop APU and get my money! I do not need power-wasting discrete GPU just to watch movies or play on Stadia. I’d like to replace my decade old (media) server which currently has Intel CPU with integrated CPU, and Intel lost my trust.
Who cares about these paper launches. It is quite a frustrating experience wanting to buy these new CPUs and realizing it is like chasing unicorns.