AMD Ryzen 7 5800H/HS and Ryzen 5 5600H/HS laptops – the complete list

By Andrei Girbea , last updated on June 7, 2021

AMD Ryzen platforms have been at the core of some good budget and mid-tier gaming laptops in recent years, but the narrative is further changing as of 2021, with the release of the Ryzen 5000 H platform.

This time around AMD laptops are not just able to compete, but they even outmatch most of their Intel counterparts in terms of performance, efficiency, and pricing. On top of that, unlike last year, this year most OEMs have adopted the AMD hardware into their lineups and have also paired it with a wide variety of screens, graphics options, and other modern features. As a result, Ryzen-based laptops cater to a wider audience now, no matter the needs or budget.

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 5800H and Ryzen 7 5800HS platforms (plus some of the older 4800H/HS models), as well as on the mid-tier Ryzen 5 5600H/HS options, the ones to look into when shopping in a lower price range.

It also includes a detailed list of all the devices built on Ryzen 5000 and 4000 hardware platforms, both those already announced and launched, as well as those rumored to be unveiled in the near future.

For starters, here’s a quick specs sheet of the Ryzen 7 and 5 H lineup, the updated Zen3-based 5000 platform from 2021, and last year’s Zen2-based 4000 series. We’ve left the Ryzen 9 models out of this table, as we’ve discussed those in a separate article available here.

Ryzen 7 5800H
Ryzen 7 5800HS Ryzen 7 4800H Ryzen 7 4800HS Ryzen 5 5600H Ryzen 5 5600HS Ryzen 5 4600H Ryzen 5 4600HS
Build process 7 nm
Generation Zen 3 Zen 2 Zen 3 Zen 2
TDP 45+ W 35+ W 45+ W 35+ W 45+ W 35+ W 45+ W 35+ W
Cores/Threads 8/16 6/12
CPU Base Frequency 3.2 GHz 2.8 GHz 2.9 GHz 2.9 GHz 3.3 GHz 3.0 GHz 3.0 GHz 3.0 GHz
CPU Max Turbo 4.4 GHz 4.4 GHz 4.2 GHz 4.2 GHz 4.2 GHz 4.2 GHz 4.0 GHz 4.0 GHz
L3 Cache 16 MB 16 MB 8 MB 8 MB 16 MB 16 MB 8 MB 8 MB
Memory Type
DDR4 3200 MHz, LPDDR4X 4266 MHz
Graphics Vega, 8 CUs Vega, 8 CUs Vega, 7 CUs Vega, 7 CUs Vega, 7 CUs Vega, 7 CUs Vega, 6 CUs Vega, 6 CUs
Graphics Speed 2000 MHz 2000 MHz 1600 MHz 1600 MHz  1800 MHz 1800 MHz 1500 MHz 1500 MHz

A couple of things to keep in mind:

  • Ryzen 7 processors are 8C/16T, while the Ryzen 5 processors are 6C/12T and slightly lower Turbo clocks. This mostly translates to a disadvantage for the Ryzen 5 in multi-threaded activities;
  • Ryzen H platforms have a design TDP of 45+W, while Ryzen HS APUs are higher-tier and more efficient bins with a design TDP of 35+W. Both can go higher depending on the implementation and thermal module;
  • Ryzen H processors are normally found in full-sized laptops, while Ryzen HS CPUs are only available in a handful of exclusive compact designs;
  • the Zen3-based Ryzen 5000 processors run at higher clocks than their Zen2 predecessors, get extra cache and higher-power Vega iGPUs. They also benefit from a handful of IPC improvements and optimizations that translate into gains in performance in everyday use and various workloads.

All these aside, you should always remember that not all Ryzen laptops are the same, and the overall performance and experience varies between the different implementations, depending on the applied power-profiles, internal design, and thermal module. That’s why you should look into detailed reviews of the laptop that you’re interested in, for a more detailed picture of how it can handle the kind of loads and activities you’re planning to run, either games, workloads, daily use, you name it.

That aside, the Ryzen 7s are the workhorse of the AMD platforms, the best balance of general performance and price. The Ryzen 5s are the cheaper alternatives you should consider if the 7s are not within your reach, and generally just as snappy with everyday use and multitasking. At the same time, these are also perfectly-suited for mid-tier gaming laptops with up to RTX 3060 graphics. Higher than that, your gaming experience might benefit from an 8C processor.

We’re not going to include benchmarks results in this article, you’ll find those in our detailed reviews instead. Still, here are some numbers on similar 4000 and 5000 designs, based on our tests.

Ryzen 7 5800H
(2021 TUF A15)
Ryzen 7 4800H
(2020 TUF A15)
Ryzen 9 5900HS
(2021 Zephyrus G15)
Ryzen 7 4800HS
(2020 Zephyrus G15)
3DMark – Fire Strike Physics 24017 20977 24554 20594
3DMark – Time Spy CPU 8859 8707 9537 8264
Blender – Classroom Scene, CPU 8m 40s 11m 15s 8m 19s 11m 28s
Cinebench R20 CPU 4999 cb 3899 cb 5136 cb 3663 cb
Cinebench R20 Single Core 564 cb 460 cb 572 cb 477 cb
Geekbench 5 64-bit – Multi-Core 7706 8291 7939 6783
Geekbench 5 64-bit – Single Core 1417 1192 1477 1117
x265 HD Benchmark 29.22 fps 35.26 fps 28.11s 38.08s

As a whole, the Ryzen 5000 platform is quite a significant improvement over the Ryzen 4000 lineup from 2020, so these newer 2021 laptops are what I’d mostly look into in the months to come. Unless you’re shopping on a tight budget, in which case a heavily discounted good Ryzen 4800H implementation such as the HP Omen 15 or the Lenovo Legion 5 will still make perfect sense for you, while in stock.

With all these in mind, here are the lists of the announced or rumored Ryzen 7 5800HS and 5800H notebooks. These tables are a continuous work in progress and we’re constantly updating them 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.

Ultraportable options – mostly built on Ryzen 7 5800HS/4800HS 35+W

This section includes compact and portable AMD notebooks, most of them built on the Ryzen 7 or Ryzen 5 HS 35W versions of the AMD APUs. Most of these are also available with Ryzen 9 hardware, especially in the higher-end configurations.

Model Screen Hardware Battery Weight Price
2021 Asus ROG Flow X13 13.3″ FHD+ 120 Hz or UHD+ 60 Hz up to Ryzen 9 5980HS w/ GTX 1650Ti 35-40W
max 32 GB LPDDR4x RAM, 1x PCIe x4 storage
62 Wh 1.34kg / 2.95 lbs from $1499
2021 Asus ROG Zephyrus G14 14″ FHD 144 Hz or QHD 120 Hz up to Ryzen 9 5900HS w/ RTX 3060 60-80W
max 40 GB DDR4 RAM, 1x PCIe x4 storage
76 Wh 1.6 kg / 3.55 lbs from $1499
2020 Asus ROG Zephyrus G14 14″ FHD 120 Hz or QHD 60 Hz up to Ryzen 9 4900HS w/ RTX 2060 65W
max 40 GB DDR4 RAM, 1x PCIe x4 storage
76 Wh 1.6 kg / 3.55 lbs from $1499
2021 Asus ROG Zephyrus G15 15.6″ FHD 240 Hz or QHD 165Hz up to Ryzen 7 4800HS w/ RTX 3080 80-100W
max 48 GB DDR4 RAM, 2x PCIe x4 storage
76 Wh 2 kg / 4.4 lbs from $1499
2020 Asus ROG Zephyrus G15  15.6″ FHD 144/240 Hz up to Ryzen 7 4800HS w/ RTX 2060 65W
max 48 GB DDR4 RAM, 2x PCIe x4 storage
76 Wh 2.05 kg / 4.5 lbs from $1299
Eluktronics MAX-15 or
XMG Neo 15
15.6″ QHD 165 Hz, 100% sRGB up to Ryzen 9 5900HX w/ up to RTX 3080 OC 135-150W ??
max 32 GB DDR4 RAM (2x DIMMs), 2x PCIe SSD
62 Wh 1.77 kg / 3.9 lbs from $2599
Eluktronics MAX-17 or
XMG Neo 17
17.3″ QHD 165 Hz, 100% sRGB up to Ryzen 9 5900HX w/ up to RTX 3080 OC 135-150W ??
max 32 GB DDR4 RAM (2x DIMMs), 2x PCIe SSD
91 Wh 2.3 kg / 5.1 lbs from $2699
Lenovo Legion Slim 7 15.6″ FHD 144 Hz or UHD 60 Hz up to Ryzen 9 4900H w/ Radeon Vega 8
max 16 GB DDR4 RAM, 1x PCIe x4 storage
71 Wh 1.87 kg / 4.1 lbs
Lenovo Yoga Slim 7 Pro 14″ 2.2K or 2.8K 90 Hz up to Ryzen 9 5900HX w/ RTX 3060 65W
max 16 GB DDR4 RAM, 1x PCIe x4 storage
61 Wh 1.87 kg / 4.1 lbs
Razer Blade 14 14″ ?? up to Ryzen 9 5900HX w/ RTX 3060 ??W
max 32 GB DDR4 RAM, 1x PCIe x4 storage
?? ??

Looks like Asus still have exclusive access to the AMD HS processors for now, so it will be a while until we’ll see Ryzen HS products from other OEMs.

Full-size notebooks – Ryzen 7 5800H/ Ryzen 5 5600H 45+W

This section includes the full-size notebooks built on the 45W Ryzen 7 5800H and Ryzen 5 5600H hardware platforms, as well as the 2020 Ryzen 4000 hardware. Some of these are also available with the higher-tier Ryzen 9 processors.

Keep in mind that the Ryzen 5 models are usually only available with lower-tier screens and graphics chips.

Model Screen Hardware Battery Weight Price
2021 Acer Nitro 5 15.6″ FHD 144 Hz, 100% sRGB up to Ryzen 7 5800H w/ up to RTX 3080 80-85W
max 32 GB DDR4 RAM (2x DIMMs), 2x PCIe SSD + 2.5″ bay
58 Wh 2.22 kg / 4.9 lbs
2021 Asus ROG Strix G15 G513 15.6″ FHD 144Hz 100% sRGB
/ 240Hz 100% sRGB
up to Ryzen 9 5900HX w/ up to RTX 3070 OC 115-130W
max 32 GB DDR4 RAM (2x DIMMs), 2x PCIe x4 SSD
90 Wh 2.3 kg / 5.1 lbs from $1499
2021 Asus ROG Strix G17 G713 17.3″ FHD 144Hz 100% sRGB
/ 240Hz 100% sRGB
up to Ryzen 9 5900HX w/ up to RTX 3070 OC 115-130W
max 32 GB DDR4 RAM (2x DIMMs), 2x PCIe x4 SSD
90 Wh 2.7 kg / 5.95 lbs from $1499
2021 Asus TUF Gaming A15 FA506 15.6″ FHD 144Hz 62% sRGB
/ 240Hz 100% sRGB
up to Ryzen 7 5800H w/ up to RTX 3070 OC 80-95W
max 32 GB DDR4 RAM (2x DIMMs), 2x PCIe x4 SSD
90 Wh 2.23 kg / 4.9 lbs from $1199
2021 Asus TUF Gaming A17 FA706 17.3″ FHD 144Hz 62% sRGB
/ 240Hz 100% sRGB
up to Ryzen 7 5800H w/ up to RTX 3070 OC 80-95W
max 32 GB DDR4 RAM (2x DIMMs), 2x PCIe x4 SSD
90 Wh 2.65 kg / 5.7 lbs from $1199
Dell G5 15 Ryzen Edition 15.6″ FHD 120 or 165Hz up to Ryzen 7 5800H w/ up to RTX 3060 ??W
max 32 GB DDR4 RAM (2x DIMMs), 2x PCIe SSD
56 or 86 Wh 2.5 kg / 5.5 lbs from $999
Dell Alienware m15 R5 15.6″ FHD 360Hz or QHD 240Hz up to Ryzen 9 5900HX w/ up to RTX 3070 OC 115-125W
max 32 GB DDR4 RAM (2x DIMMs), 2x PCIe SSD
86 Wh 2.42 kg / 5.4 lbs from $1299
Eluktronics MECH-15 or
Schenker XMG Neo 15
15.6″ FHD 240 Hz
or QHD 165 Hz, 100% sRGB
up to Ryzen 9 5900HX w/ up to RTX 3080 OC 135-150W
max 64 GB DDR4 RAM (2x DIMMs), 2x PCIe SSD
94 Wh 2.15 kg / 4.7 lbs from $2599
Eluktronics Prometheus VIII 17.3″ QHD 165 Hz, 100% sRGB up to Ryzen 9 5900HX w/ up to RTX 3080 OC 135-150W
max 64 GB DDR4 RAM (2x DIMMs), 2x PCIe SSD
62 Wh 2.67 kg / 5.9 lbs from $2599
2020 HP Pavilion 15 15.6″ FHD 60 Hz, 60% sRGB Ryzen 7 4800H w/ GTX 1650 50W
max 32 GB DDR4 RAM (2x DIMMs), 1x PCIe SSD + 2.5″ bay
52.5 Wh 2.1 kg / 4.6 lbs from $749
2021 HP Omen 15 15.6″ FHD 144 Hz, 100% sRGB up to Ryzen 9 5900HX w/ up to RTX 3070 OC 85-100W
max 32 GB DDR4 RAM (2x DIMMs), 2x PCIe SSD
71 Wh 2.48 kg / 5.45 lbs from $1449
Huawei MateBook 13 13″ 2K 3:2 60 Hz, 100% sRGB up to Ryzen 7 4800H w/ Vega
soldered RAM, 1x PCIe SSD
36 Wh 1.3 kg / 2.9 lbs
Huawei MateBook 14 14″ 2K 3:2 60 Hz, 100% sRGB Ryzen 7 4800H w/ Vega
soldered RAM, 1x PCIe SSD
56 Wh 1.5 kg / 3.3 lbs
2020 Lenovo Legion 5 15.6″ FHD 60-144 Hz, 100% sRGB up to Ryzen 7 4800H w/ up to RTX 2060
max 64 GB DDR4 RAM (2x DIMMs), 2x PCIe SSD + 2.5″ bay (on 60 Wh model)
60 or 80 Wh 2.3 kg / 5.1 lbs from $879
2021 Lenovo Legion 5 15 15.6″ FHD 165 Hz, 100% sRGB up to Ryzen 7 5800H w/ up to RTX 3070 115-130W
max 32 GB DDR4 RAM (2x DIMMs), 2x PCIe SSD + 2.5″ bay on 60 Wh battery configs
60 or 80 Wh 2.4 kg / 5.4 lbs
2021 Lenovo Legion 5 17 17.3″ FHD 165 Hz, 100% sRGB up to Ryzen 7 5800H w/ up to RTX 3070 115-130W
max 32 GB DDR4 RAM (2x DIMMs), 2x PCIe SSD
80 Wh 2.7 kg / 6 lbs
2021 Lenovo Legion 5 Pro 16″ QHD+ 165Hz, 100% sRGB up to Ryzen 7 5800H w/ up to RTX 3070 125-140W
max 64 GB DDR4 RAM (2x DIMMs), 2x PCIe SSD
80 Wh 2.45 kg / 5.4 lbs
2021 Lenovo Legion 7 16″ QHD+ 165Hz, 100% sRGB up to Ryzen 9 5900HX w/ up to RTX 3080 150-165W
max 64 GB DDR4 RAM (2x DIMMs), 2x PCIe SSD
80 Wh 2.5 kg / 5.5 lbs
Mechanical Revolution S2 Air / Schenker VIA 14 14″ FHD 60 Hz, 100% sRGB Ryzen 7 4800H w/ Radeon Vega
max 16 GB DDR4 RAM (soldered ??), PCIe SSD
46Wh ~1.13 kg / 2.5 lbs
Mechanical Revolution S2 Code / Schenker VIA 15 15.6″ FHD 60 Hz, 100% sRGB Ryzen 7 4800H w/ Radeon Vega
max 16 GB DDR4 RAM (soldered ??), PCIe SSD
91Wh ~1.5 kg / 3.3 lbs
2020 MSI Bravo 15 15.6″ FHD 120Hz, ~60% sRGB up to Ryzen 7 4800H w/ AMD Radeon RX 5500M
max 64 GB DDR4 RAM (2x DIMMs), 1x PCIe SSD + 2.5″ bay
51 Wh 1.9 kg / 4.3 lbs from $999
2020 MSI Bravo 17 17.3″ FHD 120Hz, ~60% sRGB up to Ryzen 7 4800H w/ AMD Radeon RX 5500M
max 64 GB DDR4 RAM (2x DIMMs), 1x PCIe SSD + 2.5″ bay
51 Wh 2.2 kg / 4.8 lbs from $1099
2020 XMG Core 15 15.6″ FHD 144 Hz, 90% sRGB Ryzen 7 4800H w/ up to RTX 2060 110W
max 64 GB DDR4 RAM (2x DIMMs), 2x PCIe SSD + 2.5″ bay
46 Wh ~2 kg / 4.3 lbs €1179
2020 XMG Core 17 17.3″ FHD 144 Hz, 90% sRGB Ryzen 7 4800H w/ up to RTX 2060 110W
max 64 GB DDR4 RAM (2x DIMMs), 2x PCIe SSD + 2.5″ bay
46 Wh ~2.5 kg / 5.5 lbs €1179

As mentioned already, we’re constantly working on updating these lists and adding new products as they are released, but errors might slip in despite our best efforts to keep things accurate. If you spot any mistake or any product that should be in here and is not, please let us know in the comments section down below.

That aside, we’ve also reviewed many of the available Ryzen 5000 and 4000 notebooks here on the site, so check out those articles if further interested in one of these AMD laptops.

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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.

6 Comments

  1. Ed. Yang

    May 22, 2020 at 7:41 am

    Lenovo's Legion 5(AMD) is upgradable to 80whr battery pack, only if the 2.5" HDD/SSD storage bay is sacrificed.

  2. ed

    June 28, 2020 at 4:42 am

    Hi Andrei,

    I am one of the mods of sub /r/AMDLaptops.

    You mention in your title to be the complete list.

    May I add a few that are not on your list and which are either announced or already sold right now. There are also data sheets and reviews of these laptops available.

    * XMG Core 15 = Eluktronics RP-15 = Mechrevo Jiaolong P 15 [all 3 are same Tongfang model]. Of the 3 also a 17 inch version exists.
    * HP Pavilion Gaming 15
    * Mechrevo CODE 1 = XMG VIA Schenker (Pro). The first sold in China, the 2nd announced by XMG_gg
    * Mechrevo S2 Air. This is sold in China and will be likely coming to US as Walmart brand

    All above can be ordered with 4600H or 4800H, the Mechrevo's dont have dGPU.

    • Andrei Girbea

      June 28, 2020 at 10:52 am

      Thanks, much appreciated! Looking into these and updating the article right now.

      Are you sure about an AMD Pavilion? From what I'm seeing, the new pavilion is Intel only for now

  3. Guest

    June 29, 2020 at 5:11 pm

    Hmmm… Still no mobile workstations featuring Ryzen H together with Quadro graphics, unfortunately.

  4. Prerak Adhuria

    July 30, 2020 at 11:29 pm

    Would you happen to know when ryzen 4600/4800 laptops for work/personal/light gaming use will be available for customers in the US? Looking for a ryzen 4800 laptop with following specs: at least 400 nits brights, 100%rgb minimum, 16gb ddr4 at least, windows pro, lightweight (under 3.5 lbs), with usb A/C ports along with hdmi and headphone jack, hd webcam for under $1400? Or am I asking for too much. Wouldn't mind intel equivelant but it seems ryzen is cheaper, faster, better.

  5. Mike kariv

    August 18, 2020 at 7:17 am

    I am sold on Ryzen 4000, the big problem is thunderbolt. I need 3 displays to connect when in the office. Any thoughts, anyone?

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