(a) The 1185G7 is not in the charts. The second-ranked 1165G7 is.
(b) Absolutely amazing that even the second-ranked sku has a single-core score in Cinebench R20 of 589. That is 11% faster than even an i9 10900K (which has the highest Cinebench score so far with 531 and that of course is achieved with a frequency of 5.3GHz). I imagine that the 1186G7 breaks the 600 boundary. Also in multicore the 1165G7 scores higher than a desktop 9600K. Not bad at all.
(c) Absolutely hilarious that the “15W” 4800U draws a whooping 63W during Cinebench. As I said and on another thread AMD is using smoke and mirrors with Renoir. Plug-in performance use unlimited power, then in battery mode where no reviewer benchmarks for scores drop clocks and power to 15W so that it looks good on battery benchmarks and we fool everyone that it was indeed 15W perfomance all along. Good trick, seems to be working on ignorant fanboys. Taking cheating on benchmarks to another level.
(d) Cinebench performance is largely academic anyway. Not only because the percentage of people using Cinema 4d is less than 0.001% but because CPU-only 3D rendering is becoming a thing of the past. Most other similar applications (e.g. Blender) have moved to offer a GPU-only rendering option that is vastly faster than even the fastest cpu-only rendering time. I haven’t seen a single 3D artist not using gpu-acceleration when provided. Moreover, even Maxon with the latest Cinema 4D R21 now offers natively the Maya Arnold renderer and this is the renderer of choice between 3D artists because it offers superior quality over Maxon’s own renderer (which is what is used in Cinebench R20). And Arnold on Maya now comes with GPU acceleration too. Even a year ago the GPU-only rendering quality was indistinguishable from the cpu-only rendering quality. See articles below.
Geekbench 5 is a solid CPU benchmark. It’s a proper all-round benchmark testing CPU performance in a variety of workloads. The 1185G7 scores 1610 in single core and 6113 in multicore. Again that single-core score is the highest we have ever seen so far sans extreme overclocking with liquid nitrogen. For reference the 10900K with its 5.3GHz single-core boost does around 1400. So that’s 15% faster than the 10900K. Also, the 4800U does only around 1150-1200 single core and 6400-6600 multicore. So, the 1185G7 is over 1/3 faster in single-core (and pretty much per core so it also has the faster 1T, 2T, 3T, 4T and even 5T-5.5T performance). The pure multithreaded performance is only 4.5%-7.5% lower. Not bad given it consumes over 30% less power.