New information has leaked around the future Ryzen 7000, in particular the family AMD Phoenix for Laptopswhich guarantee that it will have an RDNA 3 iGPU which IIt will match a mid-range graphics card like the RTX 3060M. All this in a family of processors aimed at thin laptop ranges (thickness less than 20 mm) and with great autonomy.
AMD is putting all the meat on the grill, since less than a week ago the latest news about the new Ryzen leaked, knowing that the Ryzen 7000 (Raphael) would arrive later this year.
During; family AMD Dragon Seriesintended for high performance laptops Yes amd phoenixfor thin laptops they would take up 2023. To refresh the memory, recall that they will use the memory DDR5interface PCI Express 5.0graphics RDNA3 and kernels with architecture Zen 4 at 5nm and with a consumption of +55W for the Dragon range and 35W-45W for Phoenix (possibly Ryzen 7000HS/7000H).
Ryzen 7000 Phoenix Roadmap, and its iGPU?
Now let’s move on to the most interesting and that’s the gpu phoenixwhere we now know that this integrated RDNA 3 GPU will have performance equivalent to a RTX 3060M Max-Q with a TDP of 60W. This would leave us with a performance similar to a RTX 2060 desktop computer or even that of a RX5600 approximately, that, in the event that we were satisfied, we would be in front biggest jump in performance seen in a generation of integrated graphics.
Phoenix≈3060m 60W GPU
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We assume that this large increase in power is due to three causes:
- The first for the use of TSMC’s New 5nm Nodeincreasing the efficiency and density of the chip itself.
- The second for memory usage DDR5 (Dragon Range) or LPDDR5X (Phoenix) soldered RAM notably improving the write and read speed compared to the current DDR4.
- The use of hidden similar to the implementation of RDNA2.
If this performance is confirmed, we could be facing the biggest generational leap of an iGPU in history, since it would exceed almost double the performance of the current generation. There are also rumors that the number of units will be less compared to the RDNA 2 CPUs, around 8 or 12, so it remains to be seen what final frequency AMD will be able to give them.