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Amd sharp dragon 7 4800hs performance exposure: easily beat core i7-9700k

via:驱动之家     time:2020/2/10 23:31:13     readed:83

At the beginning of the year, amd released the sharp dragon 4000U series for the light and thin version, and the sharp dragon 4000H series for the game version, all based on the 7Nm process and the Zen 2 architecture, which achieved the highest 8-core and 16 threads, while the thermal design power consumption was controlled at 15W and 45W respectively.

In fact, AMD also has a special HS series, now known as Reelong 74800HS, said to be held by Asustek alone for six months, such as Zephyrus G14, which has been officially announced.

HS series is a specially selected version of physique. The thermal design power consumption is reduced to 35W, but other specifications are completely consistent with the corresponding H series, and it can be stabilized at a higher frequency for a longer time, with better performance.

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For example, the sharp dragon 7 4800hs, like the sharp dragon 7 4800h, is an 8-core 16 thread, 16MB three-level cache, with a main frequency of 2.9-4.2ghz, integrated with Vega 8 GPU graphics core and 512 stream processors.

We have seen the performance of the sharp dragon 7 4800h before, which can surpass the core i7-9700k and approach the sharp dragon 7 2700x. According to the latest exposure,The CPU test score of the sharp dragon 7 4800hs 3dmark time spy can reach 8730, which is 380 points higher than that of the sharp dragon 7 4800h, about 5%.

by comparison,Ruilong about 72700X8600, Corey i 7-9700K 8200 They can all be high-end desktop products with 95w hot design power consumption, one 8-core 16 thread, 3.7-4.3ghz, one 8-core 8 thread, 3.6-4.9ghz.

Looking forward to the early opening of this amazing HS series to more manufacturers

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