AMD announced the Cinebench benchmark score information of the Ryzen 7045HX series gaming processors.
AMD Ryzen 7000HX series known as “Dragon Range” is the upcoming high-power mobile processor based on desktop silicon. This will be an unlocked 45W+ power range series for enthusiasts and high-performance gaming laptops.
Here are the specifications of the Ryzen 7045 series:
|R9 7945HX||16||32||up to 5.4GHz||80MB cache|
|R9 7845HX||12||24||up to 5.2GHz||76MB cache|
|R7 7745HX||8||16||up to 5.1GHz||40MB cache|
|R5 7645HX||6||12||up to 5.0GHz||38MB cache|
As shown in the figure, AMD performed Cinebench R23 benchmarks on the upcoming 7045HX series processors against Intel’s next-gen processors. We can see that the Ryzen 7045HX series is ahead of competing products in terms of single-core and multi-core benchmark scores.
AMD said that high-end laptops series from Alienware, ROG Strix series and Lenovo Savior notebooks will be equipped with the R9 7945HX processor. The Alienware model will also be equipped with AMD’s RX 7000M notebook graphics. The series of notebooks will start shipping in February this year.
AMD is also set to launch a 6-core model called 7645HX and an 8-core 7745HX. Most probably gamers will prefer the latter. The base clock of the processor is 3.6 GHz with a boost up to 5.1 GHz. It will operate within the 45W to 75W power range, which is higher than the previous generation AMD mobile processors.
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