In the last few days, it was a frequently asked question in most of the leaks that what kind of performance improvements is expected to come in the new mobile CPUs from Intel and AMD. Let’s see the benchmark scores achieved by AMD Ryzen 9 5900HS, Ryzen 9 5980HS, and Intel Tiger Lake-H35 Core i7-11370H. Both AMD and Intel have claimed improvements to their single-core performance.
Tiger Lake 35 W vs Cezanne 35 W CPU benchmarks
The Core i7-11370H, with just four cores and eight threads, does not stand a chance against AMD’s offerings or even Intel Comet Lake-H in Cinebench R15 multi-core. That being said, we do see a significant 23% higher performance compared to Tiger Lake-UP4.
The Ryzen 9 5980HS and the Core i7-11370H just within 4% of each other in the single-core test.
Core i7-11370H manages to pull off a not-so-shabby 9% lead over the Ryzen 9 5900HS. Tiger Lake-H35, however, seems to be only about 5% faster than the average Tiger Lake-UP4 Core i7-1185G7 in this test.
Cinebench R20 shows the gap further narrowing down between Intel and AMD 35 W parts and the differences seem to be mostly within the margin of error in the single-core test.
AMD’s offerings are way ahead in multi-core; interestingly, the Ryzen 9 5900HS leads the slightly higher-clocked Ryzen 9 5980HS by a perceivable 14%.
In Blender, we see the Ryzen 9 5900HS not too far from the average Core i9-10980HK, but the Core i7-11370H is not able to keep pace with the new Cezanne APU.
Cinebench R23 single is where the Core i7-11370H finally leads the chart albeit by a minuscule 1%, which essentially ties it with the Ryzen 8 5980HS.
Geekbench 5.3 sees the Core i7-11370H on par with the Ryzen 9 5900HS, but Intel’s latest chip trails by 10% when compared with the Ryzen 9 5980HS. The Core i7-11370H also has a slight lead in the R Benchmark over both Cezanne 35 W parts.
HWBOT x265 4K preset favors multi-core CPUs a lot, so it is not surprising to see Cezanne 35 W scoring a home run in this test. The Core i7-11370H is about 25% faster than Tiger Lake-UP4 but trails significantly behind all the other CPUs in comparison.
Seeing the results, we’ve got two points.
- AMD finally beats a Comet Lake-H Core i9-10980HK in single-core performance at just 31 W.
- Intel can reduce the gap with Cezanne 35 W in single-core performance and it lost its dominance as it had during the Comet Lake generation.
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