This preview is interesting but I don't think its really representative of what we're going to see in real products. These chips aren't going to be put in thick chunky notebooks with fans running 100% all the time and I really doubt OEMs are going to actually use 3733MHz memory except maybe in a handful of ultra premium products. They'll probably just match performance or barely outperform existing Whiskey Lake parts when in a thermally constrained environment paired with more reasonable 2400 or 2666MHz memory.
I'm also thinking the big graphics performance uplift has more to do with the super fast memory and less with the more than doubling of execution units as onboard graphics have always been more memory bandwidth limited than anything. Vega 8 and Vega 10 graphics perform practically identically in Ryzen mobile parts because they're both generally paired with the same slow memory. It'll be interesting if the Zen 2 mobile parts get support for much faster memory like Ice Lake.
Athlon 950 Thunderbird > Athlon 64 LE-1620 > Athlon x2 4850e > Phenom II x3 720BE > Core i5-2500K > Ryzen 7 1700
GeForce2 MX400 > Radeon HD 4650 > Radeon HD 5770 > Radeon HD 6850 > Radeon HD 6950 > Radeon R9 290 > GeForce GTX 1080 Ti
Ryzen Workstation - 13" Macbook Pro - iPhone X - Galaxy Note 5 - Fire HD 7
Kef Q100 Mains - Micca MB42X Surrounds - Outlaw Audio Ultra-X12 Subwoofer - Yamaha RX-V675 AVR - Fidelio X2 Headphones
Last edited by CJRhoades; 08-03-2019 at 01:39 AM.