One of the Chinese reviewers released Results of the first integrated graphics performance tests of Ryzen 7000 mobile processors based on RDNA 3 architecture. The Ryzen 9 7940HS chip, which belongs to the Phoenix Point series of processors and was built using 4 nm process technology from TSMC, took part in the tests.
The Ryzen 9 7940HS is a Zen 4 processor with eight cores and 16 threads that runs at up to 5.2 GHz. The chip is equipped with integrated graphics Radeon 780M with 12 processing units and a working frequency of up to 3 GHz. The chip has a dynamic TDP of 35 to 54 watts.
The performance of the integrated graphics was tested with the synthetic test 3DMark TimeSpy. The results of two audits have been published. DDR5-5600 RAM was used in both cases. In one of the tests, the TDP of the processor was not limited and was 54 W, in the second it was limited to 25 W.
During the test, the Radeon 780M graphics core worked at a frequency of up to 2.8 GHz. When operating the processor with a limited TDP of up to 25 W, the integrated graphics scored 2486 points in the 3DMark TimeSpy test. With a consumption of 54 watts, the “insert” showed a result of 2791 points.
Compared to the integrated graphics Radeon 680M (RDNA2) of Rembrandt mobile processors (Ryzen 6000), the Radeon 780M was between 8% and 22% faster depending on the TDP mode.
AMD previously announced that laptops with Ryzen 7000 processors from the Phoenix Point series would hit store shelves in March this year.