AMD Ryzen 5 2400G APU gets leaked 3DMark results
It seems AMD was kind enough to provide some reviewer kits of the Ryzen 5 2400G CPU with Vega 11 integrated graphics to select specialized sites ahead of the official launch, however, some benchmark results have already been leaked without mentioning the exact configurations used for testing. According to WCCFTech, the leaked results submitted directly to FutureMark’s 3DMark database only specify that the test configuration used a “generic GPU and an unknown CPU”, so there is a bit of speculation and guesswork involved.
First up are the results for the Ice Storm test, which is aimed at mobile devices mostly. The supposed Ryzen 5 2400G scored around 50% more than the average notebook powered by Intel GPUs, but the results were a bit under an average gaming laptop.
Next is the DX11 Firestrike test, specifically designed to stress GPUs in a more realistic fashion. Here, the Ryzen 2400 is more than 350% faster than the average notebook, however, it is two times slower than the average gaming notebook.
Finally, the DX12 Time Spy test, which is supported by the Vega 11 iGPU without any problems, shows that the Ryzen 5 2400G can perform up to three times faster than the average notebook, while being more than 2 times slower than an average gaming notebook.
The 65 W quad-core/8-thread Ryzen 5 2400G APU will be clocked at 3.6 GHz by default (3.9 GHz boost) and will integrate 4 MB of L3 cache memory. AMD is launching the processor today, so expect to see our detailed review with pricing information in the next several days.