Lenovo Saver Y9000p Vs. R9000p: Core I7-11800h Smells Better Than Raider R7 5800h


[Bestbuy618 Notebook Channel] Lenovo Saver’s outstanding performance release is difficult for gamers to resist as one of the most popular gaming notebooks in 2021. However, the rich product configuration of Lenovo Saver gaming notebooks causes many gamers to commit selection errors. For example, the specifications are nearly identical, with the only difference being the processor Lenovo Saver Y9000P and R9000P, who should choose? To find out, we conducted a comprehensive comparison review of the two gaming notebooks. In terms of gaming and productivity, the Lenovo Saver Y9000P with Core i7-11800H outperforms the Lenovo Saver R9000P with Rex R7 5800H.

Not only does it provide improved performance, but the Lenovo Saver Y9000P also includes cutting-edge features such as PCIe 4.0, Thunderbolt 4, and AI, thanks to the benefits of the 11th generation Core platform. So, if you’re looking for a more extreme and efficient experience, the Lenovo Saver Y9000P smells even better.

The Lenovo Saver Y9000P and Lenovo Saver R9000P specifications are as follows.

The i7-11800H has 8 cores and 16 threads, a 24MB three-level cache, a base frequency of 2.3GHz, supports single-core and dual-core RWD frequencies up to 4.6GHz, a full-core RWD frequency of 4.2GHz, and a TDP of 45W. The i7-11800H has eight cores and sixteen threads, a 16MB three-level cache, a base frequency of 3.2GHz, a maximum acceleration frequency of 4.4GHz, and a TDP of 45W. The sharp dragon 7 5800H has 8 cores and 16 threads, 16MB of tertiary cache, a base frequency of 3.2GHz, a maximum acceleration frequency of 4.4GHz, and a TDP of 45W.

Core i7-11800H upgraded 10nm SuperFin process technology, Willow Cove architecture, and the number of core threads from Core i7-10750H’s 6 cores and 12 threads to the same 8 cores and 16 threads as the Rex 7 5800H, not only single-threaded performance enhancement, but multi-threaded performance also has a 19 percent generation and generation improvement. While the sharp dragon 7 5800H is built on AMD’s new Zen 3 architecture, the single-core single-threaded performance is a significant improvement.

The comparison was carried out using a variety of testing software, including CPU-Z, CINEBENCH, GeekBench, and others. The results are as follows: in items such as CPU-Z, CINEBENCH, and x264/x265, where AMD’s sharp dragon platform clearly dominated in previous generations of product comparisons, the Core i7-11800H not only still has better single-core single-thread performance, but its multi-thread performance not only catches up with, but also surpasses, the sharp dragon 7 5800H. In the CINEBENCH R20/R23 test, for example, the Core i7-11800H is around 6% ahead of the Rex 7 5800H; in the GeekBench 5 test, the Core i7-11800H is 9% ahead in single-core performance and 5% ahead in multi-core performance.

The superior performance of the Core i7-11800H over the Rex 7 5800H can also translate into a better gaming experience and more efficient productivity. Previously, we conducted gaming comparisons of the Lenovo Saver Y9000P and Lenovo Saver R9000P at 1080P and 2K resolutions. Whether it’s a 3A masterpiece or a gaming online game, the Core i7-11800H can deliver higher gaming frame rates due to its high frequency and other advantages.

For example, among the 10 games tested at 1080P resolution, the Core i7-11800H had a leading edge in 8 games, with 3 of them having a frame rate increase of more than 10% compared to the Raider 7 5800H. At 2K resolution, the Core i7-11800H outperformed the Raider 7 5800H in more than 3% of games, reaching 6 games. In 2K resolution, the Core i7-11800H still has 6 games above 3%.

Many college students and working professionals choose gaming notebooks not only to play games, but also to study and work; after all, more powerful performance can ensure productivity. So, how does the Core i7-11800H compare to the Raider 7 5800H in productivity tests? The results are as follows: in the PCMark 10 productivity and digital content creation scenarios, the Core i7-11800H outperformed the Rex 7 5800H by up to 3% and 6%, respectively; in the PCMark 10 application test, the Core i7-11800H outperformed the Rex 7 5800H by up to 15%.

Web performance testing with WebXprt 3 reveals that the Core i7-11800H outperforms the Rex 7 5800H by approximately 13%. The performance advantage in the AI organizing album test is approximately 17%, highlighting another advantage of the 11th generation Core platform – AI. AI. Over the last two years, Intel has pushed the popularity of AI on the PC side by providing AI acceleration engines such as Intel DL Boost: VNNI, Intel DL Boost: DP4a, and Intel Gaussian.

With these enhancements, the Core platform can provide better AI and machine learning performance, allowing developers to better explore AI application scenarios on the PC platform and improve the PC usage experience. The new low-power AI gas pedal GNA 2.0, for example, has excellent performance in voice noise reduction and other aspects, which can improve the voice experience of notebooks in video calling and other scenarios. Furthermore, there are applications on the PC side that take advantage of the platform’s AI performance, such as background replacement during video calls, intelligent performance tuning, and program acceleration.

As more and more applications add AI-based use cases and features, these “behind-the-scenes innovations” from Intel can also enhance PC productivity and become another advantage over competitors.

Continuing with the productivity real-world tests: PPT to PDF, Lightroom photo format conversion, PR video editing, PS photo processing, and AE project execution, the Core i7-11800H maintains a clear advantage, with a nearly 10% average lead. In the 1080P video debut test, the Core i7-11800H is 11 percent and 14 percent more efficient than the Raider 7 5800H, respectively. It should also be noted that the Core i7-11800H supports PCIe 4.0, which also brings some productivity performance improvement.

Through the test, the hard drive read and write performance of the Lenovo Y9000P with Core i7-11800H can be twice that of the Lenovo R9000P with Rex 7 5800H. When transferring or copying video material, the PCIe 4.0 supported by the Core i7-11800H is 60 percent-70 percent faster than the PCIe 3.0 used by the Rex 7 5800H; PCIe 4.0 is also about 40 percent faster when copying within the data hard So, whether gamers are transferring game files or content creators are backing up video material, the Core i7-11800H outperforms.

The superior performance of the Core i7-11800H over the Rex 7 5800H enables the Lenovo Saver Y9000P to provide a better gaming and productivity experience. This consideration alone leads to the conclusion that the Core i7-11800H smells better than the Rex 7 5800H. Not only that, but the Core i7-11800H also brings leading features such as dual Thunderbolt 4 interfaces, PCIe 4.0 SSD, AI, and so on. All of these benefits can help to improve the user experience in a subtle way, but one thing should not be overlooked: the price.

The Lenovo Saver Y9000P is $1,000 yuan more expensive than the R9000P, but it will vary between 700 and 800 yuan in channels or events. But does this portion of the price difference, in exchange for superior performance and more powerful features, smell?

With these benefits, the Core i7-11800H may be able to help you show wonderful operation in the canyon group battle, rather than losing due to sudden lag; allow you to edit video and other work with ease, avoiding wandering in the “deadline” side…