As expected, AMD entered the CES arena this week to announce new laptop CPUs. Most of the new Ryzen 5000 family of mobile chips are similar to the desktop CPUs the company announced a few months ago, and they’ll start shipping laptops from some of the major computer manufacturers. In february
The new chip is divided into two sub-families, at least partly based on the 7nm Zen 3 technology: it has the H Series, which is meant for gaming laptops and creating high-end content focused on performance and U-C. Series, aimed at Intel̵7;s dominance in the ultraportable space. With a greater focus on energy efficiency
The biggest lifts of the lineup are the Ryzen 9 5980HX and 5980HS, the former are gaming chips that will be unlocked for overclocking on some machines. At the same time, there are some additional tweaks to the laptop built for creatives. Both of these (And all but two chips in the Ryzen 5000 mobile family) have eight CPU cores and 16 threads at a maximum of 4.8Hz.
Here is a chart including all the chip specs announced from AMD’s website:
The U-series line also has 8-core chips, but as you can see, there are two 6-core ones too.While AMD made it difficult for Intel’s rival lives in late performance-focused machines, Intel still Probably occupy a special area (For now) So AMD is definitely hoping to achieve growth there, with that being said, AMD claims that the 5800U can get almost 18 hours of battery life for normal use cases and up to 21 for video playback (Intel announced. Own laptop chip this week as well)
On the gaming side, AMD says the 5900HX beats Intel’s Core i9-10980HK by more than 20 percent in 3DMark, which certainly seems plausible compared to what we see on the desktop, although it’s good to wait and see. Test results from anyone other than AMD
OEMs have already begun announcing laptops with these chips, so we expect to see those illuminated benchmarks early next month.