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AMD Ryzen 7 4800H/4800HS laptops – the complete list

By Andrei Girbea - @ andreigirbea , last updated on March 17, 2020

AMD Ryzen platforms have been at the core of budget-gaming laptops in recent years, but that’s changing as of 2020, with the release of the Ryzen 4000 H platform.

This time around AMD laptops are able to compete and even outmatch their Intel counterparts in terms of performance, features, efficiency, and pricing, thus I expect a lot of interest around these AMD products in the months to come.

While we’re testing and working on our reviews for several different Ryzen H notebooks, this article will provide details on the mid-range Ryzen 7 4800H and Ryzen 7 4800HS platforms, which will power the vast majority of these 2020 laptops. It also includes a detailed list of all the devices built on Ryzen 4000 hardware platforms, both those already announced and launched, as well as those rumored to be unveiled in the near future.

But first, a quick specs sheet of the Ryzen 4000 H lineup.

Ryzen 9 4900H
Ryzen 9 4900HSRyzen 7 4800HRyzen 7 4800HSRyzen 5 4600HRyzen 5 4600HS
Build process7 nm
GenerationZen 2
TDP45 W35 W45 W35 W45 W35 W
CPU Base Frequency3.3 GHz3.0 GHz2.9 GHz2.9 GHz3.0 GHz3.0 GHz
CPU Max Turbo4.4 GHz4.3 GHz4.2 GHz4.2 GHz4.0 GHz4.0 GHz
L3 Cache8 MB
Memory Type
DDR4 3200 MHz, LPDDR4X 4266 MHz
GraphicsRadeon Vega, 8 CUsRadeon Vega, 8 CUsRadeon Vega, 7 CUsRadeon Vega, 7 CUsRadeon Vega, 6 CUsRadeon Vega, 6 CUs
Graphics Speedup to  1750 MHzup to  1750 MHzup to  1600 MHzup to  1600 MHzup to  1500 MHzup to  1500 MHz
Processing Power1.79 TFLOPs1.79 TFLOPs1.43 TFLOPs1.43 TFLOPs1.15 TFLOPs1.15 TFLOPs

All these processors are built on the same Zen 2 7nm process and offer similar features and characteristics. What sets them aside is the number of cores/threads, Base and Turbo frequencies for those cores, as well as the type of integrated Radeon Vega iGPU. The entire lineup consists of APU, with distinct CPU and iGPU.

The Ryzen 7 4800H is the workhorse of the platform, a followup of the wide-spread Ryzen 7 3750H and a direct match for the Intel Core H i7s available in most modern laptops (i7-9750H, i7-10750H). It will make its way inside most AMD SKUs this year, and most likely offer the best bang for your buck.

The Ryzen 7 4800HS is the more efficient bin of the 4800H, with similar capabilities, but within a more efficient 35W implementation. This APU will find its way inside some of the higher-tier ultraportable SKUs, such as the Asus Zephyrus G14 and G15, and will cost more than the 45W variant.

Furthermore, AMD will only offer HS processors to select OEMs that accept to work alongside AMD on the design and the software of their products, in order to make sure that Ryzen HS products offer the best user experience the platform is capable of.

The Ryzen 5 4600H (and its 35W Ryzen 5 4600HS variant) are the lower-tier variants with 6C/12T and lower-level graphics, budget alternatives for the Ryzen 7 and 9 builds, as well as tier-matches for Intel’s Core i5 H platforms. Most laptops that offer Ryzen 7 and 9 configurations will also be available with Ryzen 5 hardware for their base-level configurations.

Finally, I can’t yet share the results of our benchmarks with you (will update in the future), but I will include AMD’s own results of a Ryzen 7 4800H notebook versus an Intel i7-9750H configuration, both paired with an Nvidia RTX 2060 graphics chip. AMD seem to have a significant edge in productivity tests, but also in most games, the Achille’s heel for past Ryzen laptops. Take these with a lump of salt though, and make sure to check out 3rd party benchmarks results as well, once those are available.

AMD Ryzen 7 4800H gaming resultsAMD Ryzen 7 4800H productivity benchmarks

Those being said, here are the lists of the announced or rumored Ryzen 7 4700HS and Ryzen 7 4800H notebooks. This is a work in progress and we’re constantly updating it with new entries as they are launched, so let us know in the comments below if you spot any mistake or any product that should be included here and is not.

Ryzen 7 4800HS 35W ultraportable laptops

This section includes ultra-portable notebooks built on the Ryzen 7 4800HS or Ryzen 5 4600HS 35W versions of the AMD APUs. Some of these are also available with higher tier Ryzen 9 4900HS hardware, which is mentioned when true.

Asus ROG Zephyrus G14 GA401IV14″ IPS – FHD 120 Hz or WQHD 60 Hzup to Ryzen 9 4900HS w/ RTX 2060 65W
max 32 GB DDR4 RAM, 1x PCIe x2 storage
76 Wh1.6 kg / 3.55 lbs$2499
Asus ROG Zephyrus G14 GA401IU14″ IPS – FHD 120 Hz or WQHD 60 Hzup to Ryzen 7 4800HS w/ GTX 1660 Ti 65W
max 32 GB DDR4 RAM, 1x PCIe x2 storage
76 Wh1.6 kg / 3.55 lbs$1699
Asus ROG Zephyrus G15 GA502IV15.6″ IPS FHD 240 Hzup to Ryzen 7 4800HS w/ RTX 2060 65W
max 32 GB DDR4 RAM, 1x PCIe x2 storage
76 Wh2.1 kg / 4.65 lbs$1799
Asus ROG Zephyrus G15 GA502IU15.6″ IPS FHD 240 Hzup to Ryzen 7 4800HS w/ GTX 1660 Ti 65W
max 32 GB DDR4 RAM, 1x PCIe x2 storage
76 Wh2.1 kg / 4.65 lbs$1599

Earlier in 2020, AMD mentioned that Asus have been given exclusive access to their HS processors for a few months, so it might be a while until we’ll see Ryzen HS products from other OEMs.

Ryzen 7 4800H 45W full-size notebooks

This section includes the full-size notebooks built on the 45W Ryzen 7 4800H and Ryzen 5 4600HS hardware platforms. Some of these are also available with the higher-tier Ryzen 9 4900H processor.

Asus TUF Gaming A15 FA50615.6″ IPS FHD 144 Hzup to Ryzen 9 4900H w/ RTX 2060 90W
max 32 GB DDR4 RAM (2x DIMMs), 2x PCIe x2 storage, optional 2.5″ bay
48 or 90 Wh2.25 kg / 4.96 lbsfrom $899
Asus TUF Gaming A17 FA70617.3″ IPS FHD 120 Hzup to Ryzen 9 4900H w/ RTX 2060 90W
max 32 GB DDR4 RAM (2x DIMMs), 2x PCIe x2 storage, optional 2.5″ bay
48 or 90 Wh2.45 kg / 5.4 lbsfrom $999
Dell G5 Special Edition15.6″ IPS FHD 144 Hzup to Ryzen 7 4800H w/ AMD Radeon RX 5600M
max 32 GB DDR4 RAM (2x DIMMs), 1x PCIe storage, optional 2.5″ bay
69 or 90 Whfrom $799

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Andrei Girbea, Editor-in-Chief of Ultrabookreview.com. I've been covering mobile computers since the 2000s and you'll mostly find reviews and thorough guides written by me here on the site.

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