AMD Introduces the First Ryzen Notebook Processors


AMD Introduces the First Ryzen Notebook Processors:

AMD announced this week the long awaited line of Ryzne processor to notebooks in a move with consolidated this true crusade of the manufacturer to meet again rival with leader Intel. Prior to that, the American company had already taken its Zen architecture to corporate and end -user desktop PCs, with Ryzen, as well as servers and data centers, with Epic.

The Ryzen 5 2500U cloaked at 2.0 GHz while Ryzen 7 2700U cloaked at 2.2 GHz, both take 15W with four cores and eight threads, both of Ryzen CPUs target first at laptops (ultra thin). The new Ryzen are contain APUs (accelerated processing units), combining a CPU and an integrated GPU (Radeon Vega) with single processor.

According to company, the new chip of Ryzen will hit market in time for final parties on new version of existing laptops, like Acer, Lenovo, HP and others, company also planning to launch their new models in due in January at CES 2018.

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