Without Simultaneous Multithreading, AMD Ryzen 7 4700U houses eight threads with eight cores. A 15W thermal design power, 2GHz base clock, and 4.19GHz boost clock, already makes this APU worthy of all the attention it is getting. But after being tested by Geekbench, it is evident that the performance of this member of AMD’s Renoir family is quite impressive.
AMD Ryzen 7 4700U Vs. Intel i7-1065G7 And i7-10710U
According to Geekbench, the Ryzen 7 4700U was tested inside a Lenovo laptop. The benchmark results show that the processor scored 4,910 is single-core and 21,693 in multi-core. But how does that compare to Intel Ice Lake and Comet Lake?
Both Intel Ice Lake and Comet Lake also flaunts 15W thermal design power with HyperThreading. So, they are the closest competitors for AMD Ruzen 7 4700U.
Intel’s Core i7-1065G7 Ice Lake comes with four cores and eight threads. The processor managed to get an impressive score of 5752 points in single-core and 22,182 in multi-core.
On the other hand, Intel’s Core i7-10710U Comet Lake with six cores and twelve threads scored 5366 in single-core and 22,182 in multi-core.
It should be noted that the scores for Intel Ice Lake and Comet Lake in Geekbech 4 vary a lot. That is because the users benchmarked the processors with different memory speeds.
Nevertheless, these results are more than enough to show that Ryzen 7 4700U is quite powerful and is capable of standing up against Intel.
Via – Tom’s Hardware