Integrated Vega 8 GPU against desktop graphics cards. The result is impressive

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Last updated on December 8th, 2022 at 01:59 pm

The novelty is quite capable of competing with the GeForce GT 1030

A few days ago, we already had the opportunity to see the incredible performance of the integrated Vega 8 core in the Ryzen 9 4900HS mobile processor. Recall that tests showed that in Vega 8 games, it’s 30-40% faster than the old Vega 10 (in Ryzen 7 3750H) and 20-30% faster than the GeForce MX250, but everything depends on the game there.

Ryzen 9 4900HS
Ryzen 9 4900HS

Now, on the Web, comparative tests of the same Vega 8 GPU with desktop graphics cards and AMD desktop APUs have appeared.

To begin with, compare the result of the Ryzen 9 4900HS with the Ryzen 5 3400G. The first is the carrier of the most powerful AMD iGPU of the current generation, and the second is the carrier of the most powerful AMD iGPU of the last generation (Vega 11). As you can see, the new product is 8-18% faster. Given that this is a comparison of a mobile 35-watt processor and a desktop 65-watt processor, and the difference in the number of GPUs is 37.5% in favour of the old core, the result is more than impressive. You can only imagine what the Vega 8 core will be capable of in the Ryzen 4000 desktop hybrid processors, which should enter the market in the near future.

As for the comparison with discrete graphics cards, the CS: GO Ryzen 9 4900HS is even faster than the GeForce GT 1030 and Radeon RX 550, but in other games, it is 1-27% behind them. Recall that the TDP of the above video cards is 30 and 50 W, respectively.

Of course, even in the conditional desktop Ryzen 5 4400G, the Vega 8 graphics core will not be able to compete with the same Radeon RX 560 or GTX 1050, but, quite possibly, the next generation iGPU Navi will be capable of this.

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