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Three new Ryzen mobile APUs have leaked

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Three new Ryzen mobile APUs have been leaked

Three new Ryzen mobile APUs have leaked

At the end of October AMD announced their new Ryzen mobile series of processors, CPUs that combine the power of AMD's Ryzen and Vega architectures to create a compelling offering when it comes to both mobile CPU and GPU performance. 

New leaks from Informatica Cero have revealed that more Ryzen-powered APUs are on the way, with a new Ryzen 3 Mobile U-series variant as well as a never before seen G-series of Ryzen mobile products.  

AMD's Ryzen Mobile G-series will offer higher levels of power consumption than their U-series, which means that these new APUs are likely to provide a significant performance advantage over their low-power U-series counterparts. The Ryzen 5 2400G will come with four CPU cores and eight threads alongside a Vega 11 GPU, offering 702 stream processors on the GPU side. AMD will also be offering a more affordable Ryzen 3 2200G APU which will have four cores and four threads with Vega 8 graphics, giving the GPU a total of 512 stream processors.

Sadly the clock speeds of these two parts are unknown at this time, though they will be available in both 65W and 35W versions. These new Ryzen Mobile processors are expected to release in Q1 of 2018. 

  

Three new Ryzen mobile APUs have been leaked

 

Moving back to AMD's U-series of low power Ryzen mobile products, it looks like AMD plans to release a new Ryzen 3 2300U CPU with Vega six graphics, making the CPU the weakest Ryzen mobile product on the GPU side. At this time it is unknown what the clock speeds of the core configuration this APU are. 

  
Three new Ryzen mobile APUs have been leaked

 

Not many Ryzen Mobile based products have hit the market, with broader availability of AMD's latest APU being likely at the start of Q1 2018. Q1 is when AMD is most likely to officially reveal their Ryzen Mobile G-series of products and showcase new OEM designs for their U-series of processors, bringing AMD back into the portable PC market with more competitive offerings than ever before. 

You can join the discussion on AMD's new Ryzen Mobile CPUs on the OC3D Forums

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14-12-2017, 14:06:16

grassman
I can't believe AMD gave Intel the powerful CPU + GPU + HBM system memory combo everyone was waiting for when we first started hearing about HSA. What on earth are they thinking.

If AMD released a quad core with HBM system memory and something like an RX 580 on board they would take over the world. A VR PC for a console price tag.Quote

14-12-2017, 14:11:35

NeverBackDown
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I can't believe AMD gave Intel the powerful CPU + GPU + HBM system memory combo everyone was waiting for when we first started hearing about HSA. What on earth are they thinking.

If AMD released a quad core with HBM system memory and something like an RX 580 on board they would take over the world. A VR PC for a console price tag.
And how would you suggest they control that TDP in a mobile environment?Quote

14-12-2017, 14:15:56

grassman
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And how would you suggest they control that TDP in a mobile environment?
https://newsroom.intel.com/editorial...-thin-devices/Quote

14-12-2017, 14:35:43

NeverBackDown
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irrelevant. They aren't using as strong of a GPU.Quote

08-01-2018, 02:41:32

grassman
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
irrelevant. They aren't using as strong of a GPU.

ololololololo



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rOTKgvPUXN8&t=0sQuote
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