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Intel Tiger Lake-H i5 and AMD Ryzen 5000H CPUs spotted on Geekbench 5 database

Geekbench 5 database entries of four Ryzen 5000H mobile SKUs and two Intel Tiger Lake-H processors have been spotted. Expected to be announced in CES 2021, both the Ryzen 5000H and Tiger Lake-H series should be paired with the upcoming Nvidia RTX 30 series mobile GPUs, once they have been released.

From the Geekbench 5 database entries shared by @TUM_APISAK, it looks like we’re about to witness a competitive battle between the blue team and the red team in the laptop processor market.

The scores in multi-thread benchmarks of the Ryzen 5000H processors are higher, as expected due to the higher core count. On the other hand, the single-core scores are quite competitive, with the Tiger Lake i7-11370H processor getting slightly ahead of the Ryzen 9 5900HX, while the i5-11300H CPU beats the rival Ryzen 5 5600H by about 5%.

The database entries also list some specifications of the SKUs including base and boost clocks, core and thread count, and L1, L2, and L3 cache. In the following table, there are the specifications taken from the Geekbench 5 database:

SKU Cores/Threads Base/Boost Clock L1/L2/L3 Cache Average 1-Core Average Multi-Core
AMD Ryzen 9 5900HX 8/16 3.3/4.7GHz 0.5/4/16MB 1551 9021
AMD Ryzen 7 5800H 8/16 3.2/4.45GHz 0.5/4/16MB 1462 7460
AMD Ryzen 5 5600H 6/12 3.3/4.25GHz 0.4/3/16MB 1371 5933
Intel Core i7-11370H 4/8 3.3/4.8GHz 0.3/5/12MB 1569 5075
Intel Core i5-11300H 4/8 3.1/4.4GHz 0.3/5/8MB 1438 4911

Compared to the previous generation, the Ryzen processors have up to 37% higher single-core scores, and up to 18% higher multi-core scores, which were probably achieved due to the higher IPC and clocks of the Ryzen 5000H processors.

Regarding the Tiger Lake-H CPUs, given their core count, this should be the 35W TDP processors coming out before the 45W TDP CPUs, expected to come with up to 8C/16T at a later date. Both Intel processors seem fairly similar, with the only difference being in the clock frequencies.

Both Intel Tiger Lake-H and Ryzen 5000H processors are expected to be announced in CES 2021, scheduled for January 11-14, 2021.

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