Thanks to the 7nm process and zen 2 architecture, the AMD Ryzen 4000 Series Mobile APU performs flawlessly, with strong performance while consuming low power consumption and finally reversing the awkwardness of AMD notebook battery life. Recently, Twitter users @FritzchensFritz is playing a fun, without any means of cooling, with a Ryzen 3 4300U to run the game “Crysis” known as the “graphics killer” and test edgeOnBench R15, 3D Mark Time Spy.
The Ryzen 3 4300U is the lowest end model in the family, with 4 core 4 threads, cache 6MB, main frequency 2.7-3.7GHz, while integrating Vega 5 GPU, 320 stream processors, frequency 1400MHz, and thermal design power consumption of 15W.
In the test, the @FritzchensFritz will be equipped with the Ryzen 3 4300U notebook removed, remove the processor’s thermal top cover, the internal Die is completely exposed, that is, the bottom look, the left and right sides can clearly see the four CPU core and its cache, GPU core.
“Crysis” was born amazing the entire game and hardware circle, called the DX10’s opening, although more than a decade has passed, but today’s integrated GPU is still a big test.
Ryzen 3 4300U in the absence of any cooling measures, continued to run 10 minutes of “Crysis”, not only smooth game, but also from the thermal imaging map, the chip itself temperature is not high, next to the PCB board to spread the heat out.
@FritzchensFritz didn’t give further test details, speculating that the Renoir Mobile Tuning tool might have been used to limit the core temperature to 90 degrees Celsius to avoid the risk of burning.
In addition, the exposed Ryzen 44300U also ran the CineBench R15, 3D Mark Time Spy test, the former score as a single core 124, multi-core 327, the latter total score of 395, physics score 1262, graphics score 353, not high, but can run is a miracle.