According to the fresh leak, the chip has a 3.3GHz base frequency and a 4.24GHz Boost. Compared with the current Renoir-H generation, the new model is a lot faster:
The processor appears to be 37% faster in single-core benchmark and around 18% faster in multi-threaded compared with the current-gen Renoir Ryzen 5 4600H processor. The main competitor for the 5600H is the 10th Gen Core i7-10750H CPU, which Intel will be reusing for the budget GeForce RTX 30-based laptops. AMD’s new 6-core CPU appears to be 20% and 3% faster in single-core and multi-core benchmarks respectively, according to Geekbench’s own performance charts.The chip is slower than Intel's Core i7-11370H, that 11th Gen Core "Tiger Lake" part has 14 percent higher single-threaded performance in Geekbench. However, because the i7-11370H is a quad-core part, it's multi-threaded performance is not able to beat the 5600H.