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Posted by flyinghorse
 - January 28, 2021, 10:29:39
QuoteThe Ryzen 3 4300U is only -9.41% behind in the multi-core test, which is surprising considering the generous IPC gains one can expect from Zen 3 parts over Zen 2 SKUs

Actually it isn't because the 5400U isn't a Zen3 chip. It's still Zen 2-based. So your article is wrong there.

According to AMD's own charts at the introduction of the 5000U Family they only showed a 3,7% gain in single core Performance of the 5400U over 4300U. So these results here in reality top them. The regression in multi core performance is however surprising (and a huge disappointment if it turns out as real): it was supposed to be 25% up.
Posted by Nerd
 - January 23, 2021, 06:17:40
Um, ackshually, that's a really solid score - 888 @ just 2.6 GHz.
Remember, i3-8100 (which is the Geekbench 5 reference) gets 1,000 @ 3.6 GHz w/ DDR4-2400.
Posted by Redaktion
 - January 23, 2021, 04:02:52
The Zen 3-based AMD Ryzen 3 5400U has popped up on Geekbench as part of an HP ProBook x360 435 G8 laptop. The Cezanne Ryzen 5000 part is seemingly restricted to a maximum clock of 2.60 GHz, which leaves a mixed impression against the older Ryzen 3 4300U. However, the results at base clock rate are a sign of good things to come.