The first processor rumors arrive AMD Ryzen 7000 “Dragon Range”, i.e. the family of CPUs AMD Zen4 of high performance for laptops, which will seek to match Intel’s bet on this market by offering configurations with up to 16 cores.
As noted, the high-end processor, the AMD Ryzen 9 7980HXwill offer such a 16-core configuration, throwing us back to AMD Ryzen 9 7900HX with 12 cores; to Ryzen 7 7800HX with 8 cores; and even Ryzen 5 7600HX 6 hearts. Regarding the frequencies, depending on the model and the energy consumption, we speak of 3.60-4.00GHz as the base frequency, and 4.80 to +5.00GHz as Turbo frequencies. All of these will be accompanied by integrated graphics under the AMD RDNA2 architecture.
On the other hand, he talks about AMD Ryzen 7000 known as Phoenix. The models are the same but instead of ending with the HX label, they do so with HS, offering 8 basic configurations except for Ryzen 5 (6 cores).
- AMD Ryzen 9 7980HS: 8 cores + 1536 SP
- AMD Ryzen 9 7900HS: 8 cores + 1536 SP
- AMD Ryzen 8 7800HS: 8 cores + 1536 SP
- AMD Ryzen 5 7600HS: 6 hearts + 384 SP
Although they keep the same architecture AMD Zen4at the graphic level we are talking about the architecture AMD RDNA3expecting more advanced models to offer 1536 stream processors at frequencies around 2.60 – 3.00GHz and promising to deliver the same performance as the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 Mobile lowest consumption on the market.
These processors would thus allow the creation of low end gaming laptops at a presumably low cost, while the HX series of processors are meant to bring much more advanced gaming solutions to life by coming with dedicated graphics, in addition to doubling the maximum core count for the CPU, of course.
via: Red Gaming Tech | video cardz