According to VideoCardz, the running score information of AMD R7 7840HS core display Radeon 780M has appeared on Geekbench.
As shown in the picture above, this device should be a mini-host being developed by Minisforum. It is equipped with an R7 7840HS processor with a core display frequency of 2700MHz and an OpenCL score of 36757.
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As a comparison, an ASUS device equipped with R7 6800HS has a core display score of 33429. According to the current Geekbench running points, Radeon 780M is 10% higher than 680M.
Data from VideoCardz shows that the performance of the Radeon 780M core display should be between the Nvidia GTX 1650 Ti Max-Q and the GTX 1650 Max-Q .
In terms of parameters, the Radeon 780M core display of AMD’s new R7 7840HS processor is the latest RDNA3 architecture, with 12CU and a GPU frequency of 2700MHz .
The memory frequency supported by AMD R7 7840HS has been increased from the previous generation LPDDR5-6400 to LPDDR5-7500.
AMD initially announced that notebooks equipped with the Ryzen 7040 HS processor will be available in March 2023, but no manufacturers have yet released relevant models.