The integrated AMD Radeon 800M RDNA 3.5 graphics in the 3DMark Time Spy benchmark is approaching the performance of the RTX 2050

A new leak about the integrated graphics processor AMD RDNA 3.5 “Radeon 800M” was provided by Golden Pig Upgrade.

The source detailed the information, claiming that tests on MSI laptops with Ryzen AI 300 processors at Computex 2024 show that the new generation iGPU significantly outperforms its predecessors—RDNA 3 “Radeon 700M.”

The MSI laptop models demonstrated at Computex 2024 are not yet final versions and use engineering samples of AMD Ryzen AI 300 chips. Most of the presented devices are based on the Ryzen AI 9 HX 370 processor, a flagship configuration with 12 Zen 5 architecture cores, 24 threads, and the top-class iGPU Radeon 890M with 16 CUs (Compute Units).

According to test results, the AMD Radeon 800M (890M) with 16 Compute Units running at around 2900 MHz scored over 3600 points in the 3DMark Time Spy Graphics test. Additionally, a Cinebench R23 test was conducted, where the processor scored over 2000 points in single-core and over 20000 points in multi-core mode. It is noted that the overall CPU performance increased by more than 20% compared to the previous generation, although details about the TDP were not disclosed.

By scoring over 3600 points, the iGPU AMD Radeon 890M brings its performance close to the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2050 laptop GPU. Since this is a preliminary engineering sample and the TDP is unknown, it can be assumed that the final performance will be significantly higher.

The expected performance level of professional iGPUs could potentially exceed even 4000 points in similar 3DMark Time Spy tests. Overall, for a slightly updated architecture, this is a big step forward, and the additional Compute Units will help provide a significant performance boost in games. This is ideal for a range of applications, including ultrabooks, mini-PCs, and portable devices.

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