AMD 7nm/35W Ryzen 9 4900HS Notebook Life Test: 11 11 1/2 hours

Compared to the toothpaste-upgraded Intel 10th generation Core H-Series, AMD’s notebook-oriented Ryzen 4000 series is a change of course, the new 7nm process, Zen2 CPU architecture and improved Vega GPU architecture, not only bring steam in performance, the battery life also changed the previous embarrassing urinary collapse situation, surprise.

Tom’s Hardware tested an Asus ROG Zephyrus G14 with the same 8 core 16 thread but a thermal design power of only 35W of the Ryzen 9 4900HS, and an RTX 2060 Max-Q graphics card with a battery capacity of 76Whr.

AMD 7nm/35W Ryzen 9 4900HS Notebook Life Test: 11 11 1/2 hours

ASUS ROG ZEPHYRUS G14

AMD 7nm/35W Ryzen 9 4900HS Notebook Life Test: 11 11 1/2 hours

Ryzen 9 4900HS

In the testing session, this notebook is connected to a local server via Wi-Fi, repeatedly conducted Internet access, video watching, OpenGL browser testing, screen brightness 150nits, resulting in … 11 hours, 32 minutes!

If it were simply locally broadcast video, a 12-minute, 14-second open-source film, Tears of Steel, had lasted for 11 hours, playing it 54 times before running out of power. If it’s a normal movie, it’s enough to watch seven in an hour and a half.

The CineBench R20 tests the fully pressed CPU processor and shuts down after 2 hours and 23 minutes.

“Subway: Away” test press GPU graphics card, 2 hours and 18 minutes of results are also very bright, but by the last frame rate obviously began to decline, has been overheated.

Such a sharp dragon ben, love not love?

AMD 7nm/35W Ryzen 9 4900HS Notebook Life Test: 11 11 1/2 hours