AMD Ryzen 7 PRO 2700U vs AMD Ryzen 7 1800X vs AMD Ryzen 7 2800H
AMD Ryzen 7 PRO 2700U► remove
The AMD Ryzen 7 PRO 2700U is a mobile SoC that was announced in October 2017. Compared to the consumer Ryzen 7 2700U, the PRO versions offer additional security features. It combines four Zen cores (8 threads) clocked at 2.2 - 3.8 GHz with a Radeon RX Vega 10 graphics card with 10 CUs (640 Shaders) clocked at up to 1300 MHz. The TDP can be configured by the laptop manufacturer between 12 to 25 Watt (15 Watt nominal) and therefore the APU is also suited for thin and light laptops. The integrated dual-channel memory controller supports up to DDR4-2400 memory. More information on Raven Ridge can be found in our launch article.
The performance of the Zen CPU cores should be better than a high end Kaby-Lake-Refresh Quad-Core CPU (e.g. the Core i7-8650U) according to AMD. Therefore, the Ryzen 7 PRO 2700U is suited for all applications.
AMD Ryzen 7 1800X► remove
The AMD Ryzen 7 1800X is a fast desktop processor with 8 cores and SMT (16 threads) that was introduced in early 2017. It is based on the new Zen architecture and it is the fastest model at the time of announcement.
The CPU cores clock from 3.6 base speed up to 4.1 GHz (XFR). The 2-core Turbo is specified at 4 GHz and using all 8 cores, the CPU can reach up to 3.7 GHz. Therefore, the CPU offers 200 MHz more than the Ryzen 7 1700X.
The performance in applications that can make use of all 8 cores is very competitive to high end Intel CPUs at a very good price point. However, non optimized apps like many games can't make full use of the new architecture.
A detailed look at the new Ryzen 7 1800X, 1700X and 1700 can be found in our review.
AMD Ryzen 7 2800H► remove
The AMD Ryzen 7 2800H is a mobile SoC that was announced late 2018. It is intended for mid-sized to big laptops and combines four Zen cores (8 threads) clocked at 3.3 (base) - 3.8 GHz (boost) with a Radeon RX Vega 11 Mobile graphics card with 11 CUs (704 Shaders). The integrated dual-channel memory controller supports up to DDR4-3200 memory.
Compared to the older Ryzen 7 2700U for slim and light laptops, the 2800H offers a higher TDP (45 Watt versus 15 Watt), higher clocked memory, a higher base clock (3.4 versus 2.2 GHz), and a faster integrated GPU.
More information on Raven Ridge can be found in our launch article.
The performance should be slightly better than the Ryzen 7 2700U due to the higher TDP and base clock speed. Especially longer loads should profit from this. Due to the high TDP (configurable from 35 - 54 Watt), the Ryzen 7 2800H is best suited for bigger laptops.
|AMD Ryzen 7 PRO 2700U||AMD Ryzen 7 1800X||AMD Ryzen 7 2800H|
|AMD Raven Ridge (Ryzen 2000 APU)||AMD Ryzen 7||AMD Raven Ridge (Ryzen 2000 APU)|
|: Raven Ridge (Ryzen 2000 APU) Zen|
|2200 - 3800 MHz||3600 - 4000 MHz||3300 - 3800 MHz|
|384 KB||384 KB|
|2 MB||4 MB||2 MB|
|4 MB||16 MB||4 MB|
|4 / 8||8 / 16||4 / 8|
|XFR, FMA3, SSE 4.2, AVX2, SMT||XFR, FMA3, SSE 4.2, AVX2, SMT||XFR, FMA3, SSE 4.2, AVX2, SMT|
|iGPU||AMD Radeon RX Vega 10 ( - 1300 MHz)||AMD Radeon RX Vega 11 ( - 1300 MHz)|
|AMD Raven Ridge (Ryzen 2000 APU) PRO 2700U|