The processor in the HP notebook is a Ryzen 7 4700U mobile processor with Radeon Graphics. It runs at a clock speed of up to 4.1 GHz. Usuallly it clock to a lower multiplier but will go into Turbo mode to 41x.

IN terms of memory, the set comes with 1 single channel SO DIMM running at DDR4-3200 at CAS 22, 22, 22, 74- 1T cmd. Speed could be improved if a pair of RAM is ran in dual channel by adding another SODIMM.

The onboard sorage is a PCIe gen 3 NVME Memory module which at an amazing speed of 3449 MB/s in squential READ and 1244 MB/s in write. A typical PCIe Gen 3 can do a read of 3500 MB/s and write of 3500 MB/s. A typical PCIe Gen 4 is capable of doing 4900 and 4200 in read and write. Reference



With a score of 4568, the notebook is comparable to an Intel Core i7-1065G7 based notebook running  Intel Iris Pro Graphics 10th Gen Mobile that scored 4595 in this test.

So in terms of Digital content creation, the AMD notebook should work as hard as the Intel counterpart.



What about 3Dmark result of 831 ?  Compared to the same Intel processor Core i7-1065G7 with IRIS PRO graphics 10th Gen, the AMD Ryzen 4700U graphics has catching up to do. The difference is around 12% with a score of 945.