Trying to borrow the 2019 MacBook Pro just in hand, I ran a few tests on the performance of this device so that you could partially imagine the hardware upgrade of the new generation MB.
I borrowed almost the most basic configuration with an Intel Core i7-9750H processor, 6 12-threaded cores, 2.6Ghz, 16GB DDR4 2400Mhz RAM, integrated UHD 630 1563MB GPU, and a Redeon Pro 555X 4GB VRAM discrete GPU. SSD 256GB capacity.
The first is the Geekbench 4. The result is a single 5530 and multi-core score with 23412. Point OPenCL 49937.
Next is the Cinebench R20 test with a more complex task volume, running the latest rendering engine of Cinema 4D. As a result, we have multi-core CPUs of 22771 and single-core 445. With this single-core score, the Intel Core i7-9750H will be below the I-7700K but much higher than AMD's Ryzen Threadripper 1950X.
A little bit about the game's ability to play games through the test Unigen Heaven. The settings are in the default, average quality and the results are as below. The average frame rate is at 41.4 games, scoring 1042 points, promising to run smoothly in the average setting.
Try increasing the difficulty a bit, I turned on 8xAA antialiasing, the frame slipped to 31.4 and score 791.
Next is the section that many brothers are also quite interested in SSD speed. The MacBook Pro has always been the top hard drive machine in the world of laptops. With a 256GB hard drive of MBP 2019, we have an average reading and writing speed test from the BlackMagic app located at 2500 MB / s and 1440MB / s.
Added results of GFXBench Metal and Novabench