With the RX 6500 XT desktop card, Ryzen 6000 APUs with Zen 4 for laptops, the Ryzen 7 5800X3D with 3D V-Cache, and desktop CPUs with Zen 4 for 2022 H2, AMD has already announced quite a few new products at CES this year. . As mentioned in December, mobile Radeon 6000 GPUs have also been unveiled, which are produced at 6 and 7 nanometers.
The three highest ranked variants use 7nm, namely the RX 6850M XT, 6650M XT and 6650M. The flagship has faster 18GBps memory and a higher TDP of 165W. Like the Radeon 6800M, there are 40 compute units available. The RX 6500M and 6300M are based on 6nm Navi24 chips with 16 and 12 cu’s and 4 and 2 gigabytes of vram respectively. The TDP is 50 or 25 watts, the most economical model has a fairly low clock speed of 1512 megahertz.
Then there are the Radeon 6000S models that are energy efficient and aimed at thin and light laptops. The RX 6800S, 6700S and 6600S have to compete with Nvidia’s Max-Q products. The power consumption is adjustable up to 80 or 100 watts. There are 28 or 32 compute units clocked around 1900MHz with 4 or 8GB gddr6 over a 128 bit bus.
Source: Hardware Info Compleet by nl.hardware.info.
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