Intel 10nm Ice Lake Tenth Generation Core supports next-generation LPDDR4X memory with a frequency of up to 3733MHz, which is better performing and consumes less power than the LPDDR4, but has so far been adopted by few devices. AMD’s 7nm Renoir Ryzen 4000 series is the highest support to the LPDDR4X-4266, not only the performance of further, the device is already on the way, Lenovo has previously hinted that one, but also said that other products are brother.
@_rogame also found two interesting devices in the 3DMark database, with the Ryzen 5 4500U, 6 Core 6 Thread, 2.4-4.0GHz, Vega 6 GPU, the same other specifications, only one memory is LPDDR4-3200, one is LPDDR4X-4266.
In the 3DMark Time Spy test, the LPDDR4X-4266 model led the overall performance, with a total score of 16.9%, a CPU score of 18.9% higher, and a GPU score of 16.7%.
At the same time, this performance exceeds that of the previous generation’s highest-end Ryzen 7 3700U (4 core 8 threads/2.3-4.0GHz/Vega 10) and intel Ice Lake’s highest-end i7-1065G7 (4 core 8 threads/1.3-3.9GHz/Iris Plus).
You know, rye 5 4500U can be just a mid-range product…