Results: Web Benchmarks
With little time to spare, we ran a few Web-based tests on AMD's prototype laptop.
While the scores overwhelmingly favor Intel's Core i7-4702MQ and its efficient CPU architecture, I will go on-record saying that any user sitting in front of either system and browsing the Internet wouldn't notice a difference between them. Where Intel would no doubt pull ahead, indisputably, would be in the threaded tasks we typically run in a CPU review. Those tests require more time, and I'd want a shipping product to look at from AMD, too. Neither of those luxuries were afforded this time around, unfortunately.
I sure hope not. North Bridges and HT Link are so 5 years ago.
That's enough for their 8-core chips to catch up or surpass current i5s, right?
1080p and demanding games are not good benchmarks for this GPUs you must use less demanding games or test lower resolutions It is not the same benchmarking F1s than Nascars or electric cars