AMD Radeon 780M RDNA3 iGPU sees additional 4% improvement in new leak –

AMD Radeon 780M has been tested again in 3DMark

Moore’s Law is Dead has a new score for the Radeon 780M integrated GPU with power cap.

Exactly one month ago, the Chinese media shared the first 3DMark scores for the Ryzen 9 7940HS Phoenix integrated graphics processors. As we get closer to launching this new series, more benchmark results are starting to trickle in.

According to the screenshot shared by the YouTuber, Ryzen 7 7840SHS (AMD OPN Code: 100-000000964) scores 259X points when power limited to 25W. That’s an improvement of 2,486 points as reported last month. What’s important to note is that this is a Ryzen 7 7840HS, not a Ryzen 9 7940HS, so the graphics clock is actually lower, but the score is 4% higher.

AMD Ryzen 9 7940HS with Radeon 780M, Source: Moore’s Law is Dead

The integrated Radeon 780M GPU on which it is based will offer 12 compute units, as many as the latest generation Rembrandt Zen3+ CPU. However, the new processor will be upgraded to the RDNA3 architecture over RDNA2 present in the last generation model. Also, there will be a slight improvement in clock speeds, going up to 2.8 GHz for the fastest HS model and 2.7 GHz for the tested APU.

It should be noted that AMD was recently caught modifying the specifications of the Phoenix HS series, now listed with 200 MHz lower clocks. Update: AMD has now also lowered the clocks for its Ryzen 7040H series, that being said, there is no more 3.0 GHz RDNA3 IGPU in the Phoenix APUs.

AMD Radeon 780M in 3DMark TimeSpy
VideoCardz.comChart Scoring
GeForce GTX 1650 MaxP
GeForce RTX 2050
GeForce GTX 1650 Ti
7940HS and Radeon 780Mat 2.8GHz (DDR5-5600) 54W
7840HS and Radeon 780Mat 2.7GHz (DDR5-?) 25W
7940HS and Radeon 780Mat 2.8GHz (DDR5-5600) 25W
6900HX and Radeon 680M2.4GHz (DDR5-4800)
6900HS and Radeon 680M2.4GHz (DDR5-4800)
6800U and Radeon 680Mat 2.2GHz (LPDDR5-6400)
6600HS and Radeon 660Mat 1.9GHz (LPDDR5-6400)
6650U and Radeon 660Mat 1.9GHz (LPDDR5-6400)

The AMD Ryzen 7040HS series would be a viable upgrade path for handheld game consoles. The integrated GPU is expected to be able to provide around a 30% improvement over the last state while being limited to 25W. Unfortunately, AMD has not revealed any 15W Phoenix APUs that would make this possible, while the default TDP of 25 W may seem too high for battery-powered devices.

VideoCardz.comCores/ThreadsBase/Boost ClockGPU ClockGPUs
Ryzen 7040H (Phoenix), ZEN4 and RDNA3, 35-54W
Ryzen 9 7940H
Ryzen 7 7840H
Ryzen 5 7640H
Ryzen 7040HS (Phoenix), ZEN4 and RDNA3, 35-54W
Ryzen 9 7940HS
Ryzen 7 7840HS
Ryzen 5 7640HS

Source: Moore’s Law is Dead

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