The performance data of AMD’s Ryzen 5 2500U and 7 2700U has leaked out right after HP listed its first Raven Ridge APU laptop. The details were revealed in the 3D mark Database on Noctua, showing fans the initial look of the horsepower of the chipset.

According to the post, both processors of Raven Ridge family, Ryzen 5 2500U and Ryzen 7 2700U, were based on the “U” branding and were created with ultralow power design. The chip's architecture was also similar to the Zen core, featuring identical AMD Radeon Vega mobile graphic blueprint.

Ryzen chips details

Hexus reported in its post that the Ryzen 5 2500U comes with four cores and eight threads while supporting a clock speed of 2 GHz base and 3.6 GHz burst. For starters, the burst frequency is just another fancy name for AMD Mobility’s Boost processors while it has six MB of cache.

When it comes to the Ryzen 7 2700U, the post did not reveal its specifications. However, the database claimed that the chip has a Clock Speed at 2.2 GHz while has the turbo range of 3.8 to 4 GHz. The clock speed will also depend on the laptop or PC capability.

The post further revealed that both chips have 4C/8T architecture. Currently, AMD is offering its Radeon Vega M Graphics that replaces GCN which can be found on its older APUs.

In the benchmarks category, both of AMD’s Ryzen chips were tested on 3DMark 11. The Ryzen 5 2500 managed to set a score of 3,884 points with 6,595 physical and 3,774 graphics cards. The Ryzen 7 2700U, on the other hand, set a score of 4,212 points while having a 6,419 physical and 4072 graphics points.

Intel vs. Ryzen

When comparing the Ryzen chips to Intel’s chips lineup, AMD falls behind in the physical test as the Intel chip has set a score of 8,278 points.

Intel’s list includes NVIDIA GeForce MX150 GPU that has a performance parallel to the GeForce GT 1030, which causes a huge leap on the test by setting an impressive graphics score of 4,570 points.

However, fans should keep in mind that AMD U series and Intel chips are dependent devices that rely heavily on laptops that have better design and cooling ability to deliver its best performance.

These can be proved in the test that has two chips that feature same Core i7-8550U in a different PC system.

The first one was tested on ASUS Zen Book 3. The chip has a graphic score down to 1,772 points compared to the second chip that was tested on H Specter X 360 as it has an astonishing score of 6,627 points.

In other words, the chip that was tested on H Specter X360 is better than the other one by 19 percent. These can also mean that if AMD manages to make its systems stay under 35W of TDP, the chip could bring out its best performance.