Ryan Shrout, Intel’s chief performance strategist, continues to release benchmarks for AMD and Intel processors. In the past, we talked about the top-end Core i9-11900K and Ryzen 9 5950X desktop models and their impact on SSD speed, and in a new post posted on Twitter, he compared the Core i7-10870H and Ryzen 7 5800H mobile processors in games. It is not difficult to guess which of the models came out the winner of this fight.
As you can see, we compared laptops equipped with a GeForce RTX 3070 video card with a power consumption of 95 watts. That is, we are talking about fairly fresh models, since Nvidia Ampere mobile GPUs debuted only in January. Nothing is said about the amount of RAM and its frequency, but let’s hope that in these parameters the laptops were equal.
As you can see, in two of the eleven games, the models on the Intel and AMD CPUs coped about the same; in all other cases, the advantage of the system with the Core i7-10870H is from 5 to 16 percent. The advantage is small, but still noticeable. At the end of his post, Ryan Schrout said that 45-watt Tiger Lake-H will be released this year – with a clear hint that if Intel’s current CPUs are faster than Ryzen 5000 counterparts, then Tiger Lake-H45 will be even faster.