AMD Ryzen 4000 Mobile is now officially out

Posted on Tuesday, March 17 2020 @ 13:10 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
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AMD introduces its Ryzen 4000 Mobile lineup. The first laptops with these 7nm "Renoir" based APUs are now available for pre-order but actual product availability may take a few more weeks. AMD says these chips offer a 25 percent higher IPC than the previous-gen, 20 percent lower SoC power consumption, two times higher energy efficiency, five times faster state switching, and much faster integrated graphics. VideoCardz has all the details over here.
The Ryzen 4000 Mobile is based on Zen2 architecture, a refined version designed specifically for laptops. The new silicon is codenamed Renoir, it features with up to 8 graphics units and 8 processing cores (16 threads) — which also happen to be the specs of the Ryzen 9 4900H and Ryzen 7 4800U.


The Renoir silicon is fabricated by TSMC in 7nm node, it features 9.8 billion transistors and the package is 25x25x1.38mm in size. This means that the package has twice as many transistors as Picasso while the die is 25% smaller.

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