After taking a preliminary look at the performance of the Ryzen 9 7845HX in the first benchmarks, let’s go back to digging into the news that awaits us in the new generation of AMD processors for laptops and, in particular, this time at the center of the rumors is the integrated graphics RDNA3.
In fact, the protagonist of a new series of benchmarks was the Radeon 780M aboard a Ryzen 9 7940HS, equipped with 12 CUs and tested at both 54W and limited to 25W. The system memory is DDR5-5600 type.
The results were interesting and above all at 54W the gap compared to the last generation is significant but not exaggerated, bringing this iGPU even closer to discrete solutions such as the GTX 1650 Ti and the RTX 2050 by NVIDIA.
The 25W test returned 2,486 points in the Graphics Score on TimeSpywhile at 54W it was possible to obtain 2.791, with a maximum frequency of 2.8 GHz on the nominal 3.0 GHZ.It is legitimate to expect a gap between one generation and another, therefore compared to the 680M, between 10 and 25%, but it must be remembered that at present it is also possible that the drivers are not optimized properly, a determining factor above all when talk about team red.
In the meantime, if you are also interested in the desktop segment, we remind you that we have just published our review of the Radeon RX 7900 XTX, the new AMD flagship based precisely on the RDNA3 as well as the first consumer GPU with a chiplet structure.