There are two PugetBench results to mull over. However, they are both benchmark runs in the PugetBench for Premiere Pro tests. Of course, this is a benchmark based around Adobe Premier video editing performance. Thankfully, alongside an overall score, the benchmark produces a GPU score, as GPUs are useful for accelerating video editing performance. While we are happy to see what are probably the first benchmark results for an RTX 4050 Laptop GPU, bear in mind that the score could have little or no correlation with, or relation to, this GPU’s performance in PC games or even final production results.
Across the two benchmark runs, the RTX 4050 accelerated system achieved GPU scores of 57.4 and 51.3. We don’t know why there is such a sizable difference, as all the reported system specs of the Samsung 960XFH laptop appear to be unchanged. Perhaps there was a driver update applied, and a technician was testing for any performance impacts.
If we average the two GPU scores, we get a number of approximately 54. So, in looking for some significance to this score, let us see what a selection of other modern laptop and desktop PC systems score. Check out some rival system Premiere GPU scores below, for context:
Lenovo 82TK with Core i7-12650H and RTX 3050 Laptop GPU: GPU score 43.4
MSI Stealth GS66 with Core i7-12700H and RTX 3070 Ti Laptop GPU: GPU score 46
MSI Raider GE66 with Core i9-12900HK and RTX 3080 Laptop GPU: GPU score 70
PC Specialist desktop system with Core i9-13900K and RTX 4090 GPU: GPU score 135.9
With the new year rapidly approaching, it seems safe to assume that laptops like this are being prepared for a reveal at CES 2023 in January. These machines should go public after NVIDIA and Intel have completed their keynote presentations boasting about the newest generation mobile processors.