Probably the most anticipated products are powerful and gaming mobile processors, so let’s start with them. AMD expanded the H (45W TDP) and HS (35W TDP, for certified notebooks) series introduced last year by the HX series. Its motto, in addition to above-standard clock frequencies and an unlocked multiplier, is also the so-called 45W + TDP, which means the possibility of increasing the TDP (and therefore the power) by the laptop manufacturer to such a level that the design can cool. For example, 65 watts (or even more, is not yet known).
The specifications of all eight new models can be found in the table:
|9 5980HX||8/16||3,3 / 4,8 GHz||16MB||512||?||?||45W+|
|9 5980HS||8/16||3,0 / 4,8 GHz||16MB||512||?||?||35W|
|9 5900HX||8/16||3,3 / 4,6 GHz||16MB||512||?||?||45W+|
|9 5900HS||8/16||3,0 / 4,5 GHz||16MB||512||?||?||35W|
|7 5800H||8/16||3,2 / 4,4 GHz||16MB||512||?||?||45W|
|7 5800HS||8/16||2,8 / 4,4 GHz||16MB||512||?||?||35W|
|7 4800H||8/16||2,9 / 4,2 GHz||8MB||448||1,6GHz||3200||45W|
|5 5600H||6/12||3,3 / 4,2 GHz||16MB||?||?||?||45W|
|5 5600HS||6/12||3,0 / 4,2 GHz||16MB||?||?||?||35W|
|5 4600H||6/12||3,0 / 4,0 GHz||8MB||384||1,5GHz||3200||45W|
The clock frequencies in the table are updated according to the final parameters from AMD. Compared to leaks, some differ by 50-100 MHz (no more).
AMD also introduced ultra-mobile (15W) innovations for light notebooks, the Ryzen 5000U series:
|Ryzen 7 5800U||8/16||1,9 / 4,4 GHz||16MB||512||2,0 GHz||?||15W|
|Ryzen 7 4800U||8/16||1,8 / 4,2 GHz||8MB||512||1,75GHz||3200||15W|
|Ryzen 7 5700U||8/16||1,8 / 4,3 GHz||8MB||512||1,9 GHz||?||15W|
|Ryzen 7 4700U||8 / 8||2,0 / 4,1 GHz||8MB||448||1,6 GHz||3200||15W|
|Ryzen 5 5600U||6/12||2,3 / 4,2 GHz||16MB||448||1,8 GHz||?||15W|
|Ryzen 5 4600U||6/12||2,1 / 4,0 GHz||8MB||384||1,5 GHz||3200||15W|
|Ryzen 5 5500U||6/12||2,1 / 4,0 GHz||8MB||448||1,8 GHz||?||15W|
|Ryzen 5 4500U||6 / 6||2,3 / 4,0 GHz||8MB||384||1,5 GHz||3200||15W|
|Ryzen 3 5300U||4 / 8||2,6 / 3,8 GHz||4MB||384||1,5 GHz||?||15W|
|Ryzen 3 4300U||4 / 4||2,7 / 3,7 GHz||4MB||320||1,4 GHz||3200||15W|
As expected, “even” models are built on cores Zen 3 and “odd” on Zen 2. Even with the odd models, however, some improvements had to be made, because despite the same architecture and even lower basic measures compared to last year’s offer, they achieve significantly higher multi-core performance and, for example, the Ryzen 7 5700U is faster than the Ryzen 7 4800U:
The Ryzen 7 5800U further increases energy efficiency and reduces power consumption at low load and video playback, so AMD has managed to last up to 17.5 hours at normal load (MobileMark 2018) and 21.4 hours at video playback (1080p).
Both series of processors have been announced so far. It is yet to be released, so GPU parameters and memory support have not been confirmed. The GPU data thus comes from leaks to date.
Desktop and mobile Radeons with RDNA2
Lisa Su also announced mobile graphics cards with RDNA2 architecture and new desktop models with RDNA2 for the first half of the year. It will probably be a GPU Navi 22 a Navi 23as expected.
The picture shows a similar to the desktop Radeon s Navi 22 (two fans) and next to it also a one-fan solution probably for <150W segment, which will probably be Radeon with Navi 23. According to recent reports, it could have been Navi 22 postponed to March, which (given TSMC’s tight production capacity, production problems due to transport capacity and the US-China trade war) would be quite understandable.
Threadripper PRO v retailu
Another news is that the 16-64-core Threadripper PRO, processors designed for the most powerful workstations, will also go into the retail segment. When AMD introduced them last summer, it distributed them exclusively to OEM partners. Now (it looks like the expiration of exactly six months of exclusivity) these products will also go to the retail segment.
|PRO 3995WX||64/128||2,7 / 4,2 GHz||256MB||280W||–||?|
|PRO 3975WX||32 / 64||3,5 / 4,2 GHz||128MB||280W||–||?|
|PRO 3955WX||16 / 32||3,9 / 4,3 GHz||64MB||280W||–||?|
|PRO 3945WX||12 / 24||4,0 / 4,3 GHz||64MB||280W||–||?|
|3990X||64/128||2,9 / 4,3 GHz||256MB||280W||–||$3990|
|3970X||32 / 64||3,7 / 4,5 GHz||128MB||280W||–||$1999|
|3960X||24 / 48||3,8 / 4,5 GHz||128MB||280W||–||$1399|
|2990WX||32 / 64||3,0 / 4,2 GHz||64MB||250W||–||$1799|
|2970WX||24 / 48||3,0 / 4,2 GHz||64MB||250W||–||$1299|
|2950X||16 / 32||3,5 / 4,4 GHz||32MB||180W||–||$889|
|2920X||12 / 24||3,5 / 4,3 GHz||32MB||180W||–||$649|
|1950X||16 / 32||3,4 / 4,0 / 4,2 GHz||32MB||180W||–||$999|
|1920X||12 / 24|
3,5 / 4,0 / 4,2 GHz
|1900X||8 / 16|
3,8 / 4,0 / 4,2 GHz
Threadripper PRO combines the equipment and connectivity of Epyc processors (128 PCIe 4.0 lines, 8 channels supporting UDIMM, RDIMM, 3DS RDIMM, LRDIMM with ECC with a capacity of up to 2 TB, AMD PRO) with higher clock frequencies closer to Threadripper than Epycu.
However, the company’s press release does not include MSRP / recommended prices, so we do not know how much these products will cost. Finally, OEM 65W models Ryzen 7 5800 and Ryzen 9 5900 with the expected parameters were released.
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