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Some very thorough reviewers have debunked this.
In your graph you are comparing graphics score of a 3060 at 140W with a 3070Ti. Where is the graphics score of the 4060 in that graph @140W? Quite lower than a 3070Ti and onty 19% faster than the 3060 mobile. But cherry picking, you know... Also, the 3070Ti in your own graph @140W is lower than 12000 points, while the 3060 is just below 8500. That is around 45% but at lower TDPs (which are often found in the laptop market) the difference shrinks a lot. In any case, the 4060 GS lays exactly in the between 3060 mobile and 3070Ti mobile, that is where I said it is.
Apparently 12800HX is a dog slow cpu that is heavily bottlenecking 3070Ti here but you do you.
It is not a slow dog in absolute terms but it is noticeably slower than the 13900HX in gaming, you can just google around and find by yourself the difference between an Alder lake and a Raptor Lake in this regard. Which, at 1080p where there are way more situations where CPU is a limiting factor, skews the results in the direction of the faster CPU. To see where AD107 stays, you can look easily at the results against the 3060 12G desktop, which is barely slower than the 4060 even with a slower CPU (13400KF vs 13900HX). Trying to compare mobile GPUs on different notebooks is always tricky as there is no platform uniformity: CPU, power management, memory, cooling. Every one of this factors can skew the results in a direction or the other. I.e. just trying to compare the results on a barebone like the one where the 4060 mobile was tested with the GPU on a light& thin gaming like the Zephirus G14 is simply stupid. This is also why AMD when launching the N33 mobile lineup chose to make a comparison with 3060 desktop cards. Those results should be taken with a grain of salt, however that does not mean they are false by default.
Anyways this is an RDNA3 thread and this is what 7600S (28CU RDNA3 on mobile) seems to perform like:
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Love to know how that's clearly faster than RDNA2 equivalents in 6700/6800S.
First of all, you are again making the mistake of taking results on different platforms as representative of every case out there. 7735HS is basically the equivalent of 6800HS but the 7600S has 10W less TDP available than the 6700S, not even speaking about the 6800S on the other notebook which has a faster processor (which a 1080p still counts) and it is the full N23 die even if with similar TDP. And these differences come before considering the mainboard/power management, RAM, cooling differences that could be there. You can also see that in the individual test in almost every case the 7600S performs like the 6800S while having less CUs and a slower CPU. The comparison with the 3060 is stupid in this case because not only the CPU is quite faster on the Nvidia laptop but it has also a 140W GPU power limit versus 95W in the 7600S case.
So yes, from these data you can deduct that the N33 (which in the 7600XT version will have the full die and up to 120W power limit) will be likely be faster than the similarly configured N23 even if not by miles and even if it could end slower than a 4060 mobile it can for sure compete in both performance and especially price as a 200mm^2 N6 die costs much less than a 147 mm^2 N4.