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AMD Raven Ridge Ryzen 7 2700U is almost as fast as GeForce MX150

Posted on Tuesday, October 17 2017 @ 13:25:31 CEST by

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Earlier today we posted about the first spotting of a laptop with AMD's Raven Ridge APU series and now there's a leak that gives an idea of the graphics performance of the Vega M series IGPs.

Scores of a system with the AMD Ryzen 7 2700U APU were uploaded to the 3DMark11 database. This is a part with a TDP of around 35W and it achieves a 3DMark11 graphics score of 4072 points. PC Perspective compared scores and notes the integrated Vega shaders are just 11 percent slower than the NVIDIA GeForce MX150, which is the lowest-end discrete video card offering from NVIDIA.
With a graphics score of 4072, the integrated graphics on the upcoming AMD APU is slightly behind the score of 4570 from the MX150, a difference of 11.5%. Interestingly, the Physics score on the Raven Ridge APU of 6419 is solid as well, and puts an interesting light on the 8th gen KBL-R processors. As you can see in the graph below, from two systems we already have in-house with quad-core parts, CPU performance is going to vary dramatically from one machine to the next depending on the thermal headroom of the physical implementation.
Pretty interesting, will be exciting to see how the final retail parts score in terms of performance and power efficiency.

Raven Ridge in 3DMark11



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