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 AMD Ryzen 7 5800H Mobile Processor- Benchmarks, Performance and Specs

AMD Ryzen 7 5800H Mobile Processor- Benchmarks, Performance and Specs

AMD Ryzen 7 5800H Mobile Processor. The Cezanne product range includes the high-performance AMD Ryzen 7 5800H octa-core processor. It debuted in the first quarter of 2021, and it’s meant for usage in larger computers, like gaming notebooks and direct-to-reader (DTR) printers. The Ryzen has the Vega 8 iGPU and eight Zen 3 cores with SMT enabled, with clock speeds ranging from 3.2 GHz (base clock speed) to 4.4 GHz (maximum Boost frequency). The L3 cache size of the chip is 16 MB.

Architecture

Like its predecessor, the Ryzen 7 4800H, the newer Ryzen 7 5800H is built using the cutting-edge 7 nm TSMC technology, and it features the same 8 cores and 16 threads. The fundamental difference between the two is the microarchitecture; the more recent Zen 3 microarchitecture offers a significant gain in IPC over Zen 2. Specifically, AMD claims a boost of up to 19%, while third-party tests have shown a slightly lower (though sizable) boost of 12%.

AMD Ryzen 7 5800H Mobile Processor

RAM for the Ryzen 5 5800H can be either dual-channel DDR4-3200 or quad-channel LPDDR4-4266. In contrast to the Ryzen 5000 series of desktop processors, the Ryzen 5 5800H does not support PCI-Express 4.0, resulting in a maximum read/write speed of 3.9 GB/s for NVMe SSDs.

This is because the central processing unit (CPU) is permanently attached to the motherboard (using the FP6 socket interface) and cannot be removed by the user.

Performance

Regardless of the test, the Ryzen processor achieves astonishingly high results. Against processors like the Core i9-10980HK and the Core i9-11900H, this one holds its own. Naturally, a laptop powered by a 5800H will be able to eat through any task, now and forever.

The results you get from a laptop can vary widely based on its Power Limits and the quality of its cooling system.

Graphics

The Radeon RX Vega 8 graphics card is included in the APU alongside its eight CPU cores. The Vega 8 GPU in the Ryzen 7 5800H operates at up to 2,000 MHz and has 8 Compute Units (8 times 64 equals 512 unified shaders).

Paper-wise, this iGPU loses down to the Intel Iris Xe Graphics G7, which has 96 EU. Like most things, synthetic benchmarks aren’t entirely accurate, and AMD’s drivers are better than Intel’s. Consequently, the Vega will support many upcoming 2020 and 2021 titles at playable resolutions (up to Full HD 1080p) and presets (Low to Medium). To illustrate, the Mass Effect: Legendary Edition may be enjoyed at 1080p (High) resolution. Since the iGPU lacks its own video memory (VRAM), using fast system RAM is essential.

Without a certain, 2160p UHD monitors at 60 Hz are supported by the graphics adapter. While the Vega can hardware-decode films encoded in AVC, HEVC, MPEG-2, and VP9, it can’t do the same for AV1 videos, therefore those will have to be software-decoded at significantly lower efficiency.

Power Consumption

Modern 7 nm fabrication allows Ryzen 7 5800H to be an APU that uses relatively little power. The OEM can adjust the TDP (also called the long-term Power Limit) of the APU from the factory-set 45 W to a new value between 35 W and 54 W. A high-performance cooling solution is required regardless of the actual value.

Benchmarks

Let’s have a look at some benchmarks, starting with the standard fare of Cinebench R20 multi-threading. In order to rank highly here, you need to have eight processing cores, and the 5800H uses the improved instruction-per-clock efficiency (IPC) afforded by Zen 3 to take first place.

While the 5800H is only 8 percent quicker than the 4800H, its overall performance allows Ryzen to extend its lead over Intel, with at least a 30 percent edge over the Core i9-10980HK when both are running at 45W for extended periods of time.

When it comes to single-threaded performance, Ryzen 5000 shines brightest. As a result of being 15% faster in Cinebench R20 than the 4800H, the 5800H has surpassed Intel’s 8-core 10th-gen CPUs to become the fastest 45W processor on the market. Although the 1165G7 and 1185G7 are merely 28W processors, they provide superior single-thread performance compared to Intel’s Tiger Lake designs, which are limited to a maximum of 4.4 GHz of clock speed.

AMD Ryzen 7 5800H Mobile Processor

Gaming Tests

For two reasons, we won’t be putting much emphasis on the performance of the integrated GPU in our evaluation. Because 1) most Ryzen 7 5800H laptops will have a separate GPU, and 2) the graphics performance is quite close to that of the 4800H a year ago. However, for those curious about the performance of the integrated layout.

Since the 5800H’s performance in GTA V is very similar to that of the 5980HS we examined not too long ago, the additional processing power is not really relevant.

The power limit enables a greater sustained clock speed, making the 5800H 5% quicker on average in Gears 5 than the 5980HS, despite the 5980HS having the higher maximum clock on paper. However, even with this marginal improvement in performance, it still can’t compete with the most recent and finest Intel Xe designs.

The 5800H provides around the same amount of FPS as the 5980HS and is roughly 7% faster than the Core i7-1165G7 in F1 2019. Not really impressive, and we don’t anticipate many H-series designs to rely on the integrated GPU for gaming, which is often GPU constrained.

Our review of the GeForceRTX 3060 laptop GPU will show you how well this mid-range GPU from Nvidia performs on the Ryzen 7 5800H if you’re curious about its discrete gaming performance.

Comparisons

There is a little performance boost with the Ryzen 7 5800H compared to the Ryzen 7 4800H. The 5800H is roughly 15% quicker in single-threaded performance. You will also find benefits, albeit smaller ones, in multi-threaded workloads.

Single-threaded and multi-threaded tasks alike are nearly always won by the 5800H over the Core i7-10750H. The 5800H is significantly faster than Intel’s six-core standard processor, by tens of percentage points in most benchmarks. The 5800H typically offers a 50%+ performance boost.

The Intel Core i7-10875H, an 8-core CPU in the H-series, is now the R7 5800H’s main competition. Towards the year’s end, this CPU will be upgraded to Tiger Lake.

The 5800H and the 10875H are neck and neck in some programmes, while they go head to head in others like PCMark, Excel, and Photoshop. However, the 5800H is always quicker than Intel’s architecture, and by as much as 50% when measuring multi-thread performance.

Depending on the task at hand, the 5800H may outperform Intel’s top-of-the-line Core i9-10980HK CPU, but there are situations in which the two processors offer comparable performance.

The 5800H shines in its ability to handle several threads at once, with the Zen 3 chip providing 30% increased performance in most situations. Under less demanding conditions, the 5800H is just about 5% faster or slower than the competition.

Since the 5800H and the Core i7-1185G7 are in separate power classes, the latter is now the top mobile processor from Intel when it comes to single-threaded tasks.

Depending on the task at hand, the 5800H may or may not be slower than the 1185G7. If I had to give a percentage, I’d say the 5800H is about 5% slower than the best Tiger Lake can manage for single-threading, but since the 1185G7 only has four cores, the multi-threaded tests clearly favour AMD.

It’s a toss-up between the 5800H and 10875H in PCMark, Excel, and Photoshop, to name a few applications. However, the 5800H is always quicker than Intel’s architecture, and by as much as 50% in most cases when evaluating multi-thread performance.

Depending on the task at hand, AMD’s 5800H may be more efficient than Intel’s top-of-the-line Core i9-10980HK. However, there are situations in which the two processors perform similarly.

The 5800H shines in multithreading, where the Zen 3 chip provides 30% greater performance in most cases. When it comes to less demanding tasks, the 5800H is just about 5% faster or slower than the competition.

While the 5800H isn’t a direct competition to the Core i7-1185G7, the 1185G7 is now Intel’s strongest mobile processor for single-threaded applications, and both are based on the Tiger Lake architecture.

Depending on the task at hand, the 5800H may or may not be slower than the 1185G7. If I had to give a percentage, I’d say the 5800H is about 5% slower than the best Tiger Lake can manage for single-threading, but since the 1185G7 only has four cores, the multi-threaded tests clearly favour AMD.

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FAQs: 

Q1: Is Ryzen 7 5800H a good processor?

The 5800H performs quickly and admirably in this multithreaded task, but the improvements over the 4800H are minimal. Compared to Intel’s H-series equivalents, the performance of the Core i7 and above ranges is improved by 30–70 percent.

Q2: Is Ryzen 7 with AMD better than i7?

Although both the Intel i7 and the AMD Ryzen 7 5800X perform admirably in benchmarks, the Intel i7 offers up to 15-20% greater performance.

Q3: How fast is AMD Ryzen 7 5800H?

The Ryzen has the Vega 8 iGPU and eight Zen 3 cores with SMT enabled, with clock speeds ranging from 3.2 GHz (base clock speed) to 4.4 GHz (maximum Boost frequency). The L3 cache size of the chip is 16 MB.

Q4: Is Ryzen 7 better than Intel i5?

An improved alternative to the i5 is AMD’s Ryzen 7 2700X. It features 8 CPU cores, 16 threads, and a 16 MB cache with three levels of storage. You can see it’s speedier and more capable of handling many directions at once right away. When you factor in the CPU’s base clock speed of 3.7 GHz, you have a component designed for use in demanding programmes.

Q5: Is Ryzen 7 good for gaming?

The new Ryzen 7 5800X3D is the fastest gaming CPU available, making it the greatest AMD CPU for gaming. You should know that this processor and its 3D V-Cache aren’t as fast as comparable CPUs in tasks outside from gaming.

 

Jennie Marquez

Jennie Marquez

Jennie is a Staff writer, contributor and has been writing about tech for over a decade. Jennie’s work at trendblog is to specialize in phones and tablets, but she also takes on other tech like electric scooters, smartwatches, fitness, mobile gaming and more. She is based in London, UK.
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