AMD Phenom II X2 B59: , Callisto, 2 X 3.40 GHz, DDR2-1066.
AMD Ryzen 9 4900HS: 7 nm, Renoir (Zen 2), 8 X 3.00 GHz, DDR4-3200 LPDDR4-4266.
CPU comparison by their number of cores, threads, base clock speed and speed in turbo boost can be found below. Please pay attention to the model, the specifications of which are the highest, as reflected in the common performance.
CPU generation and family
CPU Comparison by the type of usage (segment: mobile, desktop, laptop). Basic data on AMD Phenom II X2 B59 vs AMD Ryzen 9 4900HS comparison.
Not every CPU comparison gives the complete picture as not all the models are equipped with a built-in graphic core. Therefore, in the comparison between AMD Phenom II X2 B59 and AMD Ryzen 9 4900HS, one of the columns can be blank because of the absence of iGPU specifications. If the built-in core is present, we recommend paying attention to the clock speed as other figures are secondary.
Hardware codec support
Comparison by hardware support of various codecs and extensions. The section is for informational purposes only as it is not accounted for in benchmarks of synthetic performance testing.
Modern CPUs support the memory operating in the multichannel mode that provides the high-speed exchange of data and increases performance. The higher the clock speed of the ram, its standard (e.g. DDR3, DDR4, DDR5) and maximum capacity in the system are, the better it is.
Thermal Management (TDP)
AMD Phenom II X2 B59 and AMD Ryzen 9 4900HS TDP depict the whole information of a thermal pack. Here you can easily assume which CPU consumes more power and correspondingly requires a power supply of larger capacity. We recommend paying attention to a model with a low TDP as the component system needs the power reserve of not the power supply but the cooling system, as a CPU being loaded up does not always consume more power.
Based on the comparison of AMD Phenom II X2 B59 and AMD Ryzen 9 4900HS, we can see how fast the information is to proceed in the cache memory of L2 and L3. Also, you can compare the architecture of a core, a socket of motherboards and dates of CPUs' release here.
Cinebench R20 Benchmark is an upgraded version of Cinebench R15 Benchmark. Similarly to the preceding one, this version was developed on the Cinema 4 Suite software. The benchmark tests the performance of a single-core CPU not given the hyperthreading. Here are the updated results to learn.
Cinebench R23 benchmark produced by Maxon is a real cross-platform set of testing which evaluate the total CPU performance and operates on Cinema4D. The score of the Cinebench R23 (single-core) shows how efficient the CPU in games and operation is.
The Maxon Company has developed an accurate benchmark of CPU performance, Cinebench R20, based on the software complex Cinema 4 Suite. The scenarios of data proceeding and calculations reflect the efficiency high-performance of a CPU given all the cores and hyperthreading support.
Cinebench R23 is a cross-platform benchmark, which shows the accurate scores of CPU performance. The benchmark’s results reflect the real speed and efficiency of the CPU operation. It is designed on the Cinema 4D software. The testing accounts for hyperthreading and activates all the CPU cores. Learn the results below.
It is the Cinebench R15 benchmark for testing CPUs upon using a single core not given hyperthreading. The real performance in testing rendering is perfectly suitable for all the CPU segments. Learn Cinebench R15’s results and the number of scores below.
Cinebench R15 Benchmark supports all the CPU cores in testing and takes into account hyperthreading. It was developed on the brand software company Cinema 4 Suite of Maxon. The Cinebench R15 scores are presented below.
The testing benchmark iGPU is integrated graphics cores in the central processor. The general graphics performance to benchmark the high-speed performance of the video chip is tested. The evaluation scores are presented below. Pay attention that not every manufacturer builds in an inner graphics core. Thus, the general results of the performance do not depend on this parameter, that is considered of good advantage.
Many wonders how good the scores of Geekbench 5 in testing CPUs are. So, we are here to answer: they are accurate and impartial to brands. The higher the evaluation of Geekbench 5 in testing performance of a CPU single core is, the better. Check out the results and compare them.
A 64-bit version of Geekbench 5 is used for testing CPU performance using all the cores and threads. The Geekbench 5 for multi-core models shows scores of how performing and fast a chip is in the review or comparison.
Blender 2.81 (BMW 27) tests the gaming performance of a CPU which is checked by the various scenarios of 3D image rendering. The testing result is presented below.
Geekbench 3, 64 bit (single-core) is a benchmark used for testing CPUs in hard scenarios such as calculation and rendering in single-core operation. The testing results of performance are presented below.
Geekbench 3, 64 bit (multi-core) is the first version of the professional synthetic benchmark which tests CPU performance in various scenarios of rendering and calculations. The benchmark involves all the cores and activates hyperthreading of a CPU.
Cinebench R11.5 Benchmark for single-core CPUs is the first version of a professional synthetic app for testing performance. Cinebench R11.5 tests a single-core of a CPU without hyperthreading based on Cinema 4 Suite app. It suits the speed evaluation of CPUs of an earlier generation.
Cinebench R11.5 is used for multi-core given hyperthreading. Cinebench R11.5 tests the performance of all the CPU cores in the Cinema 4 Suite software. The results of the performance evaluation of all the CPU cores in Cinebench R11.5 can be found below.
The evaluation of PassMark benchmark is more authoritative among all the experienced users. Exactly the PassMark takes the lead in testing CPU performance. The evaluation result of CPU speed is checked in the condition of complex calculation and 3D rendering.