amd announced the launch of its family of processors Ryzen PRO 6000 for laptops. Basically, all existing laptop models currently have their numbers increased by 50 digits, so the high-end processor in this series is the AMD Ryzen 9 PRO 6950Hwith a setting of 8 cores and 16 processing threads at base/turbo frequency of 3.30/4.90GHz under the architecture Zen3+ to a manufacturing process 6nm of TSMC with a TDP of 45Wwhile the HS models offer a TDP of 35W and the low-power U-Series range will remain in 28W.
For low-power models, a Ryzen 7 PRO 6850U promises to deliver up to 29 hours of video playback time while delivering 10% more performance than its predecessor (Ryzen 7 PRO 5850U) limited to the same 15W consumption or offer 30% more performance with the TDP of 28W, while in the graphics this improvement is noticeably higher, from 50 to 110% depending on the TDP.
Remember that unlike conventional processors, these are focused on productivity with low power consumption and strong security, and that is why it uses a multi-layered security system at different levels with technologies such as AMD Memory Guard Is AMD Shadow Stacknot to mention business and management technologies.
via: video cardz