12 Core AMD Ryzen 9 7845HX as Fast as 24 Core Intel i9-13980HX at Lower Power Consumption [Rumor]

AMD’s Ryzen 7045HX “Dragon Range” processors are shaping to be quite the killer mobile SoCs. The Ryzen 9 7945HX is up to 40% faster than its Intel Raptor Lake-HX rival while drawing notably less power. Its 12-core sibling, the Ryzen 9 7845HX, looks just as aggressive, leveling with the 24-core i9-13980HX at a notably lower power draw.

A review from Chiphell shows the 7845HX in action, scoring over 25,000 points in Cinebench R23 multi-threaded. With PBO enabled and the turbo TDP set to 130W, the 12-core processor scores 28,500 and 1,960 points in the multi and single-threaded benchmarks, respectively.

The above chart shows that the Ryzen 9 7845HX is about as fast as the Intel Core i9-13980HX, a CPU with twice as many cores and appreciably higher power consumption. It’s worth noting that the former doesn’t hit its 130W power limit, staying a bit over 120W in compute-heavy workloads.

The Ryzen 9 7845HX has a default peak TDP of 110W with a single boost clock of 5.25GHz. The all-core boost is pegged at 4.7GHz. Precision Boost Overdrive pushes the turbo power limit to 130W with the boost set to 5.45GHz (single core). The CPU achieves an all-core boost of 5GHz in gaming workloads at stock with a single-core peak of 5.3GHz.

Source: Chiphell (Via: Olrak)

Areej Syed

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