Editor's Note: AMD has put up an official page for the Ryzen 7 5700G with little (or really, no) fanfare. This leads us to believe the results below are less likely a leak and possibly just a submitted benchmark from someone who got a system with the APU earlier than most." The original story follows below.
An unknown user has submitted alleged benchmark results of an HP Pavilion Desktop TP01-2xxx machine based on the AMD Ryzen 7 5700G APU to CPU-Z and UserBenchmark databases, hardware blogger @Tum_Apisak has discovered.
R7 5700GCPU-Zhttps://t.co/3FwvDcOwlkUserbenchhttps://t.co/MqlHowIAZY pic.twitter.com/rPEeYNorHBMay 5, 2021
AMD yet has to announce its long awaited Ryzen 7 5700G accelerated processing unit with Zen 3 cores and built-in Radeon Vega graphics, yet these chips are floating around as PC makers are getting ready to launch computers based on the new processors. PC manufacturers also have to test their new systems before shipping and sometimes these test results leak. As ever, take this leaked data with a pinch of salt.
Specifications of AMD's Ryzen 7 5700G APUs are pretty well known as samples of the chip were sent out to AMD's partners quite a while ago. The Ryzen 7 5700G has eight cores based on the Zen 3 microarchitecture that are clocked at 3.80 GHz – 4.60 GHz and comes equipped with a 16MB L3 cache as well as AMD Radeon Vega 8 graphics with 512 stream processors operating at 2.0 GHz.
- In CPU-Z, the Ryzen 7 5700G-based system scored 631 points in single-thread test as well as 6534 points in multi-thread test. The APU demonstrated higher single-thread results than Intel's Core i9-10900K CPU and outputperformed Intel's Core i9-9900KS and Core i7-10700KF processors.
- As for UserBenchmark, the the Ryzen 7 5700G-based hit 'Above average' results (98 CPU points, 19 GPU points, etc.).
These are not the first benchmark results of AMD's Ryzen 7 5700G APU that have leaked. Yet, these are the first results obtained on a presumably commercial system — an HP Pavilion desktop. Perhaps, this means that the launch of the new APUs is getting closer and some PCs are already in the wild.
It is when it is Intel!
Note also how the language is different when Intel gets a benchmark... the headline is Intel is king...
When its AMD it is like, Allegedly......!
Toms Hardware contributors are full of Intel <<Removed by moderator>>
I have been on Toms for longer than gen Z types have been alive. Toms is generally pretty good about being fair to all manufacturers. I have seen them call out Intel, to which the rabid fanboys cry about them being an AMD leaning site and conversely when AMD is called out their fanboys make the same complaints though it is Intel that gets preferred treatment.
I honestly don't think you are being fair to their reporting. Yes some reviewers might tend to lean one direction while another leans the opposite but taken as a whole things generally balance out. But you are welcome to your opinion even if I personally find it an unrealistic characterization of Tomshardware.
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Funny how the AMD mob never remembers the first article. Based on that one, THG was clearly shilling for AMD by telling people to not buy into RTX.