AMD Radeon 780M – RDNA 3 integrated graphics chip in performance test close to GeForce GTX 1650 Ti

This month, the first laptops with AMD Ryzen 7040 processors (Phoenix APU family), which use both Zen 4 cores and integrated Radeon 700M graphics chips, based on the RDNA 3 architecture, should begin shipping. Recently, we read about a surprising decision from the company. Manufactured in connection with underclocking the Radeon 780M and Radeon 760M. While work on optimizing new iGPUs is still in progress, new performance tests appear on the network from time to time.

A new performance test of the AMD Radeon 780M graphics system integrated into the AMD Ryzen 9 7940HS APU has appeared on the web.

AMD Radeon 780M - RDNA 3 integrated graphics chip in performance test close to GeForce GTX 1650 Ti [1]

AMD Ryzen 9 7940HS with Radeon 780M graphics chip tested at various power limits

On the Chinese website Bilibili Back Another test of the Radeon 780M graphics chip in an AMD Ryzen 9 7940HS APU. We would like to remind you that according to the current specifications, the RDNA 3 chip in this processor will offer a base clock speed of up to 2800MHz. The test comes from the popular 3DMark Time Spy software, and the tested devices were equipped with 6400MHz LPDDR5 RAM modules (the Phoenix CPU will also support faster 7500MHz LPDDR5X modules). In the new graphics test, the Radeon 780M score was 3003 points. This is the first time we’ve seen such a high score (for an iGPU, of course).

AMD Radeon 780M - RDNA 3 integrated graphics chip in performance test close to GeForce GTX 1650 Ti [2]

AMD Ryzen 7040HS with unexpected changes to Radeon 700M integrated graphics specifications

The new score brings the Radeon 780M closer to the results of the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 Ti mobile graphics system, whose score fluctuates between 3100-3200 points. It would seem that such a Radeon 780M could be an interesting solution for the iGPU market, which should be enough for a relatively comfortable game in Full HD with lower graphics settings. However, the availability of such processors in laptops is still a problem. So far, not a lot of Phoenix APU-based designs have been revealed, which could lead to a similar situation that happened a year ago in terms of availability (and therefore prices) of laptops with a Rembrandt (Ryzen 6000) APU.

Source: Bilibili, VideoCardz

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