Get Your Coffee and Come: Intel Tiger Lake Core i7-1165G7 vs. AMD Renoir Ryzen 7 4700U


Tiger Lake and Renoir, the new mobile system and laptop processors of Intel and AMD, which have recently been in an eye-to-eye competition, will come across this year. Benchmark tests are the first place where two processors face before the market.

Intel, which has been the only single judge of the processor market for many years, lost a significant market share with AMD developing more effective and more affordable models. Recently, with the preference of AMD for both servers and consoles, the two companies entered into a serious competition in every field.

Nowadays, laptops are also among the products preferred by those who want to play games, and there are even brands known as gaming laptops. New Intel and AMD processors to be used in this segment are also slowly emerging.

Only 2 points difference

Intel Core i7-1165G7 is known as a 4-core 8-thread member of the Tiger Lake family with 10nm architecture. This processor performed at par with AMD 8-core Core Ryzen 7 4700U Renoir APUs in performance tests. Although two processors faced 3DMark 11 benchmarks before, this benchmark test was accused of not being able to measure properly on 4 cores since it was outdated.

3DMark Time Spy results leaked by Rogame reveal similar performance figures, but Xe shows the difference when it comes to graphics. Let’s look at the results of the comparison together.

2nd fastest processors face

Among the Tiger Lake-U chips, Core i7-1165G7 appears to be the second fastest processor right after Core i7-1185G7. In a 4-core and 8-thread processor, the main core speed is 2.8 GHz and the highest point is 4.7 GHz. The new Intel Xe graphics offer twice the performance of the 11th generation.

On the other hand, the Ryzen 7 4700U also stands out as the fastest member of the Renoir family right after the Ryzen 7 4800U. Both processors struggled with the highest TDW values ​​in tests. Core i7-1165G7 will come with LPDDR4x 4266MHz memory, which is expected to be standard in Tiger Lakes.

When we look at the numbers, the Intel Core i7-1165G7 performs exactly 5304 points. AMD Ryzen 7 4700U Renoir gets only 2 points less than him. In terms of graphics, Tiger Lake manages to establish an almost 35% advantage. In general processor tests, the Renoir flagship manages to achieve an obvious 34% superiority with the effect of its double cores and threads.

Although it is not clear how long the Ryzen 7 4800U will maintain its superiority, it is quite remarkable that Intel competes with half the number of cores and provides GPU improvements. Of course, it should not be forgotten that AMD has graphics processors that it has not introduced.

In the past period, one of the new processors appeared in 1080p in Battlefield V. This engineered processor succeeded in delivering 30 FPS performance. Of these processors and Xe graphics, two from the 10th generation, 9.5. He stated that he was 4 times faster than the generation.

Technical specifications of Intel Tiger Lake and AMD Renoir

Intel Tiger Lake Features:

Processor Family: Intel 11th Generation Core
Infrastructure: 10 nm
CPU core architecture: Willow Cove
Number of Cores / Thread: 4/8
Max CPU speed: TBD
GPU core architecture: Xe Graphics
Max GPU core number: 96 EU
MAx GPU speed: TBD
Released: mid 2020
AMD Renoir features

Processor Family: AMD Ryzen 4000

Infrastructure: 7 nm
CPU core architecture: Zen 2
Number of Cores / Thread: 8/16
Max CPU speed: 4.2 GHz
GPU core architecture: Vega
Max GPU core number: 8 CU
MAx GPU speed: 1750 MHz
Released: March 2020

Intel Tiger Lake processors are expected to be here soon. It is even possible that we will see these processors even next month. What do you think about these two processor families? Which one do you think is better?


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