It was previously revealed that asus was a gamebook of the TUF Gaming FA706II, which features a Ryzen 7 4800H processor, a 17.3-inch screen, priced at 1,245 Swiss francs and a delivery date of April 3. Now this notebook is officially available in the official database of Geekbench and has complete running information!
The geekbench version shows a single-core score of 4.4.2, a rytron 7 4800H with a single-core score of 5228 and a multi-core score of 31614.
The Ryzen 7 4800H features an 8-core 16-thread design with a base frequency of 2.9GHz, an acceleration frequency of 4.3GHz (official data is 4.2GHz), a 256KB first-level cache, a 4MB secondary cache, and an 8MB tertiary cache. The built-in Vega 7 core features 448 stream processors with GPU frequencies up to 1600MHz, TDP 45W and cTDP up to 54 watts.
In addition, it’s no secret that Intel’s 10th-generation standard Comet Lake-H processor runs, so let’s take a look at the comparison of scores between the Ryzen 7 4800H and the i7-10750H, i9-10880H, and i9-10980HK.
In terms of results, rye dragon 7 4800H’s 31614 multi-core score can be completely crushed i7-10750H, after all, the latter is only 6 core, the leading score between 6000-9000, the lead range of more than 20%;
Also based on the i9-10880H score that was revealed yesterday, the processor runs Geekbench 4.3.4 with a multicore score of 31093, with the Ryzen 7 4800H in Bozhong.