AMD is bringing new chips to the laptop world

AMD is kicking off their CES 2019 announcements with new Laptop processors. The launch will bring 2n’d Gen Ryzen hardware to the mobile computing world and offer some big increases in performance over their Intel rivals. We will also see some significant boosts in GPU performance with the inclusion of Vega 10 on their higher end laptops.

Pricing for the new chips hasn’t been disclosed, but Asus will be one of the first launching with the new chips, with HP brining a new Chromebook to the market using the latest A-Series chips with 2-cores at 1.8/2.7GHz or 1.6/2.4GHz.

Product Model Cores/
Threads
TDP Boost/Base Freq. Radeon Graphics GPU Cores Max GPU Freq. L2+L3 Cache
AMD Ryzen™ 7 3750H 4C/8T 35W 4.0/2.3 GHz Vega 10 1400 MHz 6MB
AMD Ryzen™ 7 3700U 4C/8T 15W 4.0/2.3 GHz Vega 10 1400 MHz 6MB
AMD Ryzen™ 5 3550H 4C/8T 35W 3.7/2.1 GHz Vega 8 1200 MHz 6MB
AMD Ryzen™ 5 3500U 4C/8T 15W 3.7/2.1 GHz Vega 8 1200 MHz 6MB
AMD Ryzen™ 3 3300U 4C/4T 15W 3.5/2.1 GHz Vega 6 1200 MHz 6MB
AMD Ryzen™ 3 3200U 2C/4T 15W 3.5/2.6 GHz Vega 3 1200 MHz 5MB
AMD Athlon 300U 2C/4T 15W 3.3/2.4 GHz Vega 3 1000 MHz 5MB
Product Model Cores/
Threads
TDP Boost/Base Freq. Radeon Graphics GPU Cores/Shaders Max GPU Freq. L2 Cache
AMD A6-9220C 2C/2T 6W 2.7/1.8 GHz R5 Series 3 / 192
(GCN 1.2)
720 MHz 1MB
AMD A4-9120C 2C/2T 6W 2.4/1.6 GHz R4 Series 3 / 192
(GCN 1.2)
600 MHz 1MB

The new chips should start appearing in hardware within Q1 of 2019, with hopefully very competitive pricing, which AMD has been over the last few years.

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