Laptop CPU Benchmark and Review: AMD Ryzen 9 5980Hs (Ryzen 5000 Series)
AMD Ryzen 9 5900Hs CPU is part of the 5000 series/Cezanne Generation. The Ryzen 9 5980Hs is targeted towards high-performance thin and light gaming laptops. The eight-core processor is based on the Zen 3 microarchitecture with a base clock of 3.3 and a boost clock of 4.8 GHz and 16 threads. Manufactured by TSMC with its 7 nm process. The TDP here according to AMD is 35 Watts it also has support for new faster system memory of up to 3200 MHz DDR4 memory and 4266 MHz of LPDDR4 memory though this is great as AMD processors greatly benefit from fast memory and with 16 MB of L3 cache you can expect a very snappy experience.
According to AMD, the Ryzen 5000 series chips based on Zen 3 have made significant leaps in IPC compared to the previous generation with an average IPC gain of 19 percent. When compared with the last-gen mobile flagship the 4900H the 5980Hs gets an increased boost clock speed of 400MHz alongside the IPC gains making the 5980Hs significantly faster than 4900H.
Cinebench R20 benchmarks focus on the measurement of Cinema 4D’s ability to take advantage of multiple CPU cores and threads. Cinebench R20 is great for comparing the CPU’s ability for handling 3D Modeling, Animation, and Video Editing workloads.
Cinebench R20 Multi-core Score: The multicore score of cinibench R20 measures the CPU’s ability to handle tasks such as rendering, encoding, and other workloads that benefit from better multi-threaded performance.
Cinebench R20 Single-core Score: This Score measures as the name suggests performance for tasks that only utilize single-core performance such that being responsiveness of the software under active workloads.