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AMD: the Ryzen 5000 mobiles would be a source of confusion?

AMD: the Ryzen 5000 mobiles would be a source of confusion?

After the Ryzen 5000 for desktop, we now know a bit more about the features of AMD’s next mobile processors. The main feature would be that the range would combine Zen 3 and a refresh of Zen 2.

AMD Zen 2 and Zen 3 processors under the name 5000.

On October 8, AMD launched its new processors using the Zen 3 architecture again offering a significant increase in performance, with +19%CPI compared to Zen 2 and frequencies up to 4.9 Ghz, these processors would be another good step forward for AMD. However, only desktop models have been announced, with mobile versions planned for CES 2021.

This mobile range, which is therefore not yet announced at this time, has just been fully published by the twitto ExecuFix. Although reservations are always necessary, this twitto has already shared quite a lot of information about AMD processors in the past.

Ryzen 5000U

As you can see in this table published by Videocardz, AMD would launch 6 new processors. We would start from Ryzen 3 5300U to Ryzen 7 5800U. All models would now be equipped with SMT (hyper threading ) and of course accompanied by frequency increases on both the processor and the iGPU. We would thus have up to 4.4 Ghz for the 5800U and 2 Ghz on the IGPU Vega 8. All this with an identical TDP of 15 W (configurable from 10 W to 25 W). AMD intends to refresh the Renoir processors, (which will be renamed “Lucienne” for the occasion),but only three of the six new processors will be equipped with Zen 3 architecture. This range would also be renamed 5000. This choice, if it proves to be correct, could then lead to some confusion among uninformed users when buying a laptop. The name 5000 does not guarantee a latest-generation CPU… Of course, even if the source has already proved reliable in the past, you have to take this information with big tweezers and wait a few weeks for details.

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