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AMD Radeon 890M with RDNA 3.5 in the standard for the first time

AMD Radeon 890M with RDNA 3.5 in the standard for the first time

The AMD Ryzen AI 9 HX 370's integrated graphics unit (“IGP”), which bears the name AMD Radeon 890M and offers a total of 16 compute units and 1024 shader units based on RDNA 3.5 (also RDNA 3+), leaves behind its direct predecessors, the AMD Radeon 780M-based To RDNA 3, very “old” if the first OpenCL standards are confirmed in games.

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After the absolute top model of the Ryzen AI 300 series (“Strix Point”), the Ryzen AI 9 HX 370, along with Zen 5 and Zen 5c, has already made a promising first impression in the first benchmarks, once again Bench leaks The first benchmarks for the integrated graphics unit, Radeon 890M, which is based on the updated RDNA 3.5 architecture, have been published. Both previous models, the Radeon 780M (“RDNA 3”) and Radeon 680M (“RDNA 2”) are far apart.

AMD Radeon 890M AMD Radeon 780M AMD Radeon 680M
building RNA 3.5 Randa 3 Randa 3
Arithmetic units 16 12 12
Shading units 1,024 768 768
Clock frequency 2.9 GHz 2.8 GHz 2.4GHz
Tflops* 5.9 4.3 3.6
OpenCL result** ~ 42000 ~ 30,000 ~ 26000

*) AMD Dual Edition **) Geekbench 6 OpenCL benchmark

With nearly 42,000 points in Geekbench 6's OpenCL benchmark, the new Radeon 890M is now on par with dedicated desktop graphics cards like the Geforce GTX 1650 Ti, and is therefore approximately 39 percent faster than its immediate predecessor, the Radeon 780M, which is About 39 percent. 30,000 points coming.




Source: Geekbench (Screenshot: PCGH)



Of course, the now collected OpenCL benchmark cannot be implemented directly in games, but the GPU alone, which has grown from 768 to 1024 shader units, gives hope for at least 30 percent higher gaming performance. The Ryzen AI 300 with RDNA 3.5 and XDNA 2 is likely to take a big step forward, especially in the mobile segment. News about the release provides more information.

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source: Geekbench via BenchLeaks via VideoCardz