Intel can actually make a competing chip. They only have to do one thing.Add freaking 4 more cores to their laptop chips. They already have the best single threaded performance in their laptop chips, and their iGPUs are the best as well. Now, they need to just add 4 more cores. smh.
That's not really true, their 4 core 10nm uses twice the power per core that AMD uses in their CPU's. Intel can't bolt on 4 more cores and clock it the same while using the same power.
The Ryzen 9 5900H amassed a single-core score of 584 points and a strong multi-core score of 5,264 points.i dont believe 5800U could be better.
apple m1 should be part of any discussion about relative laptop cpu performance at this point. does this even come close? if you really want apples to apples (and to stick it to apple), you could even compare the m1 running in a windows vm or emulating x86, but it probably still comes out on top.
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