AMD said customers looking for a new generation of gaming laptops should be able to purchase their first RDNA 2 GPU-powered notebooks before July, the company revealed today at the CES 2021 press conference. It’s the foundation of custom chipsets in Sony’s PlayStation 5 and Microsoft’s Xbox Series S / X, and now it’s coming to laptops.
The Radeon RX 6000 series of GPUs were the first to feature AMD’s new RDNA 2 architecture when it launched in October of last year. Rather, it is a top class desktop graphics card designed to work with the Nvidia 3000 series.
Today at CES, AMD CEO Lisa Su said that the company is in the process of introducing the first RDNA 2 notebook with our partners in the first half of the year, ”added,“ You will also get. We saw the new RDNA 2 desktop graphics card designed in the first half as well. ”To show the performance of the mobile GPU, Su showed. Dirt 5 Runs at 1440p at 60 frames per second.
That said, AMD is experiencing the same severe supply shortage as Nvidia at the moment, meaning it can be difficult to cope with any new desktop design if AMD meets the July delivery deadline. While laptops with these newer mobile GPUs might be easier to cope with, there is still a shortage of desktop GPUs.