- Oct 16, 2019
That's relatively boring when compared to full testing at several different power draws (all in Cinebench R15):
10710U and 9750H below
These are all 4c/8t chips.
But also some extra important details. For example, FCLK is still a limiting factor, and LPDDR4-4266 likely won't provide much extra bandwidth over DDR4-3200, assuming your laptop ships with FCLK maxed out at around 1800-1900mhz (for power saving reasons the device he had locked it to 1333mhz, but BIOS let him change it).
The 4900U doesn't exist. It became the 4800U around CES and the 4600U came into existence around then too.
The type of memory used between SDP and DDP memory can have a huge effect on iGPU performance of around 20%, and this could very likely be an issue in budget laptops.
And quite a bit more. Just skip past the CPU-z screens.