AMD Ryzen 7 7745HX scores 18606 points in Cinebench R23
An 8-core AMD Dragon Range CPU has been tested with Cinebench R23 software.
AMD Ryzen 7000HX series aka “Dragon Range” are the upcoming high-power mobile processors based on the desktop silicon. These are unlocked 45W+ series for enthusiasts and “high-performance gaming laptops. The Ryzen 7 7745HX is actually not the lowest SKU in the whole series, AMD is set to launch even a 6-core model called 7645HX, but the 8-core 7745HX is probably what most gamers will prefer.
This processor will boost up to 5.1 GHz, with base clock at 3.6 GHz. It should operate within 45 to 75W power range, so definitely more than typical AMD mobile processors in the past few years.
Over at Bilibili, a benchmark score featuring Ryzen 7 7745HX laptop has been shared. The CPU was tested with Cinebench R23 benchmark where it scored 1828 and 18606 points in single and multi-core workloads respectively:
We did a quick comparison with other flagship models from AMD and Intel HX series. This is based on public data from Notebookcheck data, who do their testing. The Ryzen 7 7745HX is 15% faster than Zen3+ based Ryzen 9 6900HX in single-core test and 34% faster in multi-core. This is a comparison between two HX SKUs featuring the same core count, but the Zen4 model will boost 200 MHz higher.
Interestingly, 7745HX even reached multi-core performance level of desktop 65W 7700 non-X SKU which had its debut at CES 2023. Furthermore, AMD processor is also very close to Core i9-12950HX, the last-gen mobile flagship CPU with 16 cores total.
AMD is set to launch first 7045HX laptops this month, but we are yet to hear the details or see any detailed review of such laptops.
|Cinebench R23 Performance|
|Ryzen 7 7700X||8C/16T|
|Ryzen 7 7700||8C/16T|
|Ryzen 7 7745HX||8C/16T|
|Ryzen 9 6900HX||8C/16T|