At CES in January, AMD released a 7nm APU, a combination of Zen2 CPU plus Vega GPUs, with the first 15W low voltage and 45W standard-voltage products, the former mainly for thin and small, and the latter for the game book. A website from Ukraine, which first shared performance test data from the Ryzen 5 4500U, was mounted on the Acer Swift 3 notebook (with a battery capacity of 50.29Whr).
Basic specifications, Ryzen 5 4500U6 core 6 thread, base frequency 2.3GHz, acceleration 4.0GHz, 8MB three-slow, 6CU (384 stream processors) / 1.5GHz Vega GPU, thermal design power consumption 15W.
In terms of benchmark performance, test items include Cinebench R15/R20, 3DMark TimeSpy/FireStrike, PCMark 10, GeekBench 5, etc., up to 42% and an average increase of about 26.5% over the previous generation of Ryzen 5 3500U (12nm Zen plus 4-core 8 threads, 2.1/3.7GHz).
What you need to know, however, is that Intel’s 4-core i7-10710U CB score breaks a thousand easily.
In terms of battery life, PCMark 8 measured 7 hours and 18 minutes, PCMark 10 video 9 hours 44 minutes, combined 12 hours and 4 minutes.
Amd notebooks with 7nm Ryzen are scheduled to be available in March and April.