AMD’s Ryzen 5000 family will soon be expanding with mobile members. The mobile Ryzen 5000 APU with shared HX suffix comes with significant performance gains in single core and multi-core.
Combining the Zen 3 architecture with the desktop and mobile wing under the 5000 designation, AMD’s high-performance mobile solutions will continue to appear in tests.
Mobile Ryzen processor with X suffix
The last mobile Ryzen 5000 solution to fall on Geekbench was the Ryzen 9 5900HX. The first mobile Ryzen solution with the X suffix, the chip overclock lock could be an option. The operating range of an 8 core 16 thread processor is reported as 3.3-4.7 GHz.
The chip seems to have slightly over 4.7 GHz in the test, which is the first time in a Ryzen mobile processor. A few days ago, the model was working at 4.6 GHz, and it was included in the results database.
If we go into comparisons, it is difficult to compare it with the exact model since the TDP of the model is not known. If we compare it to the Ryzen 7 4900HS with 35 watts TDP, the Ryzen 9 5900HX has a huge difference of 40% in a single core. In multi-core, the difference is an impressive 28%.
If we compare the Ryzen 9 5900HX with the Ryzen 9 4900H with 45 watts TDP, it is seen that the model offers 25% improvement in single core and 8% improvement in multi-core.