Amd/intel Low-voltage Processor Performance Comparison

[Bestbuy618 Notebook Channel]At this year’s CES 2019, AMD unveiled a new generation of Ryzen Razon 3000U series processors, providing a new option for many thin and light notebook users and blowing a new wind into the Intel-dominated CPU market. In the months that followed, a slew of thin and light notebooks and business notebooks outfitted with the new Ryzen 5-3000U series CPUs were released, and many of them performed admirably, with performance strengths comparable to Intel processors in the same class, which surprised users.

Intel, as we all know, wields considerable power in the processor industry, with its Core i series accounting for more than half of the global market share. AMD has had a relatively weak position in the field of mobile platforms, but users can see AMD’s efforts in this area year after year. AMD launched the sharp dragon mobile version of the processor to the industry in 2017 to see a different performance, which also officially announced that AMD has opened up competition with Intel in the field of mobile processors once again.

AMD has accumulated sufficient experience and embodied it in last year’s Ryon 5-2000U series processors, which received a favorable market response, thanks to its own APU research and development and practice. AMD has returned this year with the new Ryzen-3000U series, which has piqued the interest of users once more.

What is the performance of the Ryzen-3000U series, and what is the difference between Intel’s 8th generation i series? We’ll find out this time by comparing Lenovo’s Xiaoxin 14 2019 Ryzen Edition to the Mate Book 14 equipped with both i5 and i7 Intel Core low voltage U!

Huawei’s new thin and light notebook product, the Mate Book 14, was unveiled at this year’s overseas spring launch. This time, we’ll see how the two Mate Book 14s with i5-8265U and i7-8565U compare to the new Rex U.

Lenovo’s Xiaoxin series is a line of thin and light notebook computers. It has been well received by the majority of users since its introduction in 2014, and its various models, such as the “AIR” and “Tide” series, have segmented the market, attracting many fans with their thin and light features and value. The new 14 2019 model debuted this year, and the product under consideration is the version equipped with AMD’s new R5-3500U processor.

The new 14 is equipped with the Rui Long R5-3500U using a 12nm process, based on the Zen architecture, with four cores and eight threads; the benchmark main frequency of 2.1GHz, the maximum acceleration frequency of 3.7GHz, efficiency improvement of up to 25%, 22 percent increase in responsiveness compared to the previous generation of 2500U.

Furthermore, according to AMD’s official information, the Zen architecture of the sharp low voltage processor is more optimized in terms of energy consumption ratio than the previous generation of products. The maximum power consumption can reach 25W, the core frequency can reach 30W, and the sustained power release can reach 24W, ensuring the CPU, GPU dual “core” strong operation.

The test package also included two Mate Book 14s with Intel Core i5-8265U and i7-8565U processors. I compared some of their score data to the theoretical performance of the R5-3500U to see how these three low-voltage U models performed.