TweakTown noticed that some performance scores of AMD's upcoming 28nm Bristol Ridge processor showed up in the Geekbench database. This Socket AM4 chip will deliver power savings and DDR4 support, the benchmark results indicate a Bristol Ridge chip running at 1.85GHz is roughly on-par with Intel's 2.4GHz Core i5-6200U:
The sample is the AMD FX 9800P installed in a Lenovo device of some kind. This particular chip has been rumored to have 4 28nm Excavator based cores that run at a nominal 2.7GHz with 8 GCN 1.2 compute units attached. Here, though, it's recorded as running at 1.85GHz and has a multi-cor score of 5596, which is on-par with an Intel i5-6200U running at 2.4GHz. That's not too shabby if the reported clock frequencies are correct.