The Ryzen 7 5800H is another new Zen based APU 3 which will form the backbone of AMD's gaming laptop platform and like the 4800H before it, we expect this to be the most popular processor in the series and found in a wide variety of laptop models
This is the second Ryzen mobile APU 5000 we have had our hands with so far We have already checked out the Ryzen 9 5980HS in the awesome ultraportable Asus ROG Flow X13 and found it to perform quite well, but in this review, we will focus on this high end consumer laptop chip.
The Ryzen 7 5800H brings a CCX 8 unified cores and double the L3 cache compared to the 4800H Zen 3 also increases the CPI for processor cores, and AMD is able to sync these chips slightly higher, despite using the same TSMC process node 7 nm. Outside the processor, the 5800H retains much of the same feature set, from memory controller to PCIe socket
The Ryzen 7 5800H has an unlocked design at 8 hearts, 16 threads avec 16 MB L3 cache On processor, we are looking at a basic 3 clock 2 GHz and 4 Increased 4 GHz, and it's really just in those clock speeds where the 5800H sits under the 5900HX and 5980HX headlights On the GPU side, we get an unlocked Vega design, with 8 calculation units activated clocked up to 20 GHz
Compared to the latest generation 4800H, we observe the same processor design at 8 cores with increased clock speeds of 300 MHz on the base clock and 200 MHz on the boost Increased IPC and additional L3 cache which will provide most of the improvements We have an additional GPU compute unit activated, as well as an increase in 400 Frequency MHz, but in most laptops that use the 5800H, we believe discrete graphics will be added.
Our laptop test system used today for benchmarking is the same XMG Apex 17 that we used to test the new GeForce RTX laptop GPU 3060 It is a solid test platform because in its mode “ Entertainment ”, it works as AMD expects: with a boost period of 5 at 8 minutes until 54 W, before falling to 45 W long term, the default TDP for this processor It's similar to how we saw the Ryzen 7 4800H run in systems last year.
In addition to this 45W mode, there is also a performance mode which supports 54W indefinitely, something to keep in mind if you are interested in purchasing an Apex 17 when it goes on sale later this year. This will give you a small improvement over the performance we show in this review., but as with all our laptop tests, we standardize power to maintain a level playing field between laptop processors.
L’Apex 17 is kind of a classic design of your mainstream laptop aimed at mid-to-entry-level buyers who just want something basic with the best performance they can get for the dollar There is a lot of cooling here and if you wish with a custom fan curve, The Apex can run almost silently without losing performance There is an RTX 3060 with until 115 W of base power inside, 16 GB of DDR4-3200 memory and a 1080p 144Hz display This laptop configuration would be a good choice if you are a budget-conscious buyer and want a performance-oriented design
Let's move on to performance graphics and we'll start with Cinebench R20 multi-threading as usual You're not going to sit near the top of this graph unless you have an eight-core design., and with the IPC advantages brought by Zen 3, the 5800H is able to squeeze in first position
In terms of performance leaps from generation to generation, the 5800H is only 8% faster than the 4800H, but overall, this allows Ryzen to extend its lead over Intel, with at least 30% ahead of the Core i9-10980HK when both are running at 45 W long term
Where Ryzen 5000 sees most of its earnings, it's in single-thread performance In Cinebench R20, the 5800H is 15% faster than the 4800H, which allows the 5800H to upgrade Intel processors to 8 10th generation cores in the leading position among 45W processors However, only until 4 The maximum of 4 GHz is insufficient to beat Intel's Tiger Lake designs, and although these are only processors 28 W, both 1165G7 and 1185G7 offer better single-thread performance in this test
Our Handbrake test lasts approximately 30 at 60 minutes on most modern H-series chips, and here, the 5800H is 8% faster than the 4800H on average This is a modest gain However, these processor encoding workloads are incentivized to switch from Intel, where the 5800H is 63% faster than the Core i7-10750H and 28% faster than 10980HK.
Blender was the workload where we saw the smallest generation-to-generation gains for Zen 3 The 5800H is fast and performs well in this multi-threaded workload, but the gains compared to 4800H are negligible Compared to Intel processors, you will see performances 30 at 70 better than equivalent parts of the H series of the Core i7 line and above
Code compilation is one of Ryzen's most powerful workloads In GCC compilation, the 5800H completed the workload 18% faster than the 4800H, which places it well ahead of the equivalent Intel processors In the Chromium compilation, the 5800H is 13% faster than 4800H and not as dominant as Intel
Matlab benefits significantly from increased Ryzen IPC and L3 cache Generation after generation, the 5800H is 19% faster in this app using the built-in reference, who, as in the Cinebench R20 single-thread test, puts AMD's laptop processor ahead of Intel's Core i9-10980HK for the first time
In Microsoft Excel, we see AMD benefit from increased cache, showing a gain of 15% compared to the Ryzen 7 4800H This is enough for the 5800H to outperform Intel chips up to the Core i7-10875H, but the Core i9-10980HK remains by far the fastest chip.
In the PCMark test 10 Essentials, which measures basic performance of applications such as load times and web browsing, the Ryzen 7 5800H works well, at the top of the rankings
We see an improvement in 9%, This is not huge, but that makes the 5800H around 5% faster than Intel's 10th generation H-series parts High-end laptop processors from either brand will deliver solid overall performance in basic applications
In application testing, the 5800H works well, however the margins compared to Intel processors are slim there is no real difference between a 5800H or a 10875H for Office applications in practice This processor is a few percent behind the Core i7-1185G7, which is currently Intel's fastest processor for lightly threaded applications
En compression 7-Zip, increased CPI and more cache allows the Ryzen 7 5800H to take the top spot on this graph Here we see some of the biggest gains over the Ryzen 4000, with a considerable increase in the performance of 25% The 5800H is 6% faster than Core i9-10980HK for multi-threaded compression
Decompression remains dominant for AMD, where design at 8 hearts can flex its muscles again, these are not the most important gains compared to the 4800H, and the 5800H is slightly slower than the 5980HS because this test is run entirely in boost state, but in any case, you end up with excellent decompression performance with this processor
Acrobat PDF export shows the 5800H neck and neck with Intel's H series designs, although it is beaten in this heavily single-threaded workload by the Tiger Lake chips we have tested so far
We see a significant gain compared to the 4800H of the previous generation, the 5800H being 19% faster here
In Adobe Photoshop, the Ryzen 7 5800H is able to cope with Intel for the first time in 45W class Previously, it was an application where Intel had a clear advantage over Ryzen, but this is no longer the case with the Zen upgrade 3 The 5800H now equates to a 10980HK for performance
Another strong result for AMD is the execution of an instance of the distortion stabilizer effect in Premiere Largely single-threaded., the 5800H is 16% faster than the 4800H and at least 20% faster than Intel H series models This gap narrows when including Tiger Lake, although the 5800H is still a few percent ahead of the 1185G7 in this workload.
We will now move on to some GPU accelerated workloads and the combination of a Ryzen GPU. 7 5800H and RTX 3060 is very powerful in DaVinci Resolve, matching performance previously only available in the largest and most high-end Intel configurations.
We do not yet have a direct GPU equivalent result to give you in this workload., but in a similar power class, the 5800H and RTX combination 3060 Easily outperform previous designs that relied on RTX GPUs 20 high-end and Intel processors
In Adobe Premiere using the Puget Systems export test, we see similar results The 5800H in a midrange setup with an RTX 3060 is on par with the latest generation high-end Intel machines Over time, we will get more clarity on the exact matches for the Premiere export, but the early results here are promising and show that allowing Ryzen to be paired with high-end GPUs is a boon for content creators who want both solid CPU and GPU performance..
If you prefer to run your encodings on the CPU rather than using GPU hardware acceleration, Ryzen is arguably the best choice for Premiere The 5800H completed our render test at least a minute faster than the other setups we've tested so far, and that includes previous generation Ryzen designs and a variety of Intel laptops
We will not focus on the performance of the integrated GPU in this review for two reasons.: 1) graphics performance is very close to what we saw of the 4800H a year ago, and 2) because in the majority of Ryzen 7 5800H laptops, they will be associated with a form of discrete GPU However, for those interested in how integrated design plays out
Dans GTA V., the 5800H offers essentially the same performance as the 5980HS we reviewed not too long ago, so that the extra power available to use doesn't change the overall equation so much
Dans Gears 5, the 5800H ends 5% faster on average than the 5980HS, which is up to the power limit allowing higher sustained clock speed, although the 5980HS actually has the highest maximum clock on the datasheet. This small improvement in performance over what we've seen previously isn't enough to match Intel's best Xe designs we've seen so far
And F1 2019, The 5800H is able to roughly match the Core i7-1165G7 for integrated graphics performance and offers around 7% more FPS than the 5980HS Nothing too surprising and again, we don't expect many H-series models to rely on the built-in GPU for games which are mostly GPU limited
If you are wondering how the Ryzen 7 5800H compares to discrete gaming performance, you should check out our GeForce RTX laptop GPU review 3060 which shows how this mid-range GPU from Nvidia uses that same processor
The Ryzen 7 5800H sees a slight performance improvement over the Ryzen 7 4800H Biggest gains come from single thread performance, where the 5800H is ~ 15% faster In multi-threaded workloads, you will also see earnings, but less significant
The 5800H is significantly faster than the Core i7-10750H in almost all workloads, whether single or multi-threaded Intel's six-core consumer processor is not very competitive, the 5800H showing double-digit percent better performance in all areas In many cases, the 5800H is over 50% faster
The most direct competitor of the R7 5800H currently is the Core i7-10875H, Intel design to 8 H-series cores This processor will receive an update from Tiger Lake later this year
In some applications, the 5800H and 10875H trade is blowing, as in PCMark, Excel and Photoshop But there is no instance where the 5800H is slower than Intel's design, and when we look at multi-threaded performance, the 5800H is generally 50% faster.
AMD's 5800H is generally faster than Intel's flagship Core i9-10980HK, although it depends on the workload and in some cases, the 5800H and 10980HK offer basically the same performance
Multi-threading is a great strength of the 5800H, la puce Zen 3 offering performance 30% higher in most cases Lighter workloads see the 5800H within a range of 5% faster or slower, so we would call it even
The 5800H is not a real competitor to the Core i7-1185G7 as these parts are in different power classes, but currently, Tiger Lake-based 1185G7 is Intel's best mobile processor for single-threaded workloads
The 5800H is not as fast as the 1185G7 here, although it depends on the workload If I had to put a number on it, I would say the 5800H is around 5% behind the best Tiger Lake can do for single-threading, although with the 1185G7 offering only four cores, this is a big win for AMD for multi-threaded testing
The Ryzen 7 5800H is a solid development of AMD H-series mobile processors designed for high-performance laptops AMD has identified a weakness with its previous design – single-thread performance – and gave it to the mechanic to replace the Zen architecture 2 by Zen 3 The results are good, giving the 5800H best-in-class performance under the vast majority of workloads
The Ryzen 7 5800H is a solid development of AMD H-series mobile processors designed for high-performance laptops
From a purely digital point of view, the performance gains from one generation to the next are respectable but modest: 10% better multi-threading, 15 at 20% better single-threading However, as much of the work has already been done with the previous generation to bring the AMD range into a competitive position, the 5800H didn't need huge payouts to be successful.
For those who already have a Ryzen system 7 4800H, we don't think there is much reason to consider an upgrade however, with AMD extending its lead over Intel in multithreading, those with older laptops with other processors should see a substantial increase in performance by upgrading to a Ryzen system 5000. And that doesn't take into account any other platform upgrades you'll likely get., especially a faster discrete GPU
If you're looking for a new performance-oriented laptop, we will not consider a 10th gen Intel laptop, even those with the Core i9-10980HK inside, because the Ryzen 7 5800It is simply faster watt for watt The exception to this rule would be if the Intel laptop is more affordable for an equivalent configuration, or if the Intel laptop you are interested in has a niche feature you need Up to this generation, Intel laptops were associated with faster GPUs in high-end models, but with Ryzen systems now incorporating RTX graphics 3080, it is no longer a major difference
And although the Ryzen 7 5800H is currently the best mobile processor available in its price range, we compare the latest generation of AMD to the previous generation of Intel Tiger Lake H series chips with provisions at 8 hearts are expected in the coming months, and it definitely turns into an interesting battle considering the big gains Intel has made in ultrabook class processors These laptops are expected to arrive in this quarter or next quarter., so it might pay off to wait a few months just to assess the competition and see if Ryzen’s supply 5000 is not a problem and you can actually buy a new R7 5800H laptop at a reasonable price
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