An AMD processor for the first time seen in GeekBench is very close to Intel’s naming scheme with its model number. The processor, called Athlon Gold, comes with a code number of 3150U, reminiscent of Intel’s Silver and Gold branded products in the Pentium series, and shows similar figures in performance.
The full name of the processor is the AMD Athlon Gold 3150U, and the computer with the processor is listed as the HP 17-CA2XXX . In this case, we can understand that the processor is already in production and sent to the manufacturers. The Gold suffix indicates that the processor will offer a similar performance to the Intel Pentium Gold series.
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According to the GeekBench test, the processor has a base frequency of 2.40 GHz and a turbo speed of 3.30 GHz , exceeding 1.60 GHz of Pentium Gold in this area. The caches are 512 KB on the L2 layer and 4MB on the L3 layer . The chip has a single core score of 3559 and a multiple core score of 7336 . The Pentium Gold 4417U has a single core score of 2599 and a multiple score of 5029.