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Advanced micro-device unveiled its Ryzen 7000 Series processors for laptops at CES 2023.
These chips use AMD’s latest Zen4 architecture, which enables up to 16 cores in the current generation of technology on-chip for notebook applications. AMD CEO Lisa Su made the announcement at the opening keynote of CES 2023, the major tech trade show in Las Vegas this week.
These models include the 7020 U Series processors for everyday laptop computing, the 7030 Series U Series for mainstream thin and light notebooks, the premium thin and light 7035 Series HS and the U Series,
The 7040 HS Series and U Series are for elite ultrathin notebooks, followed by the Ryzen 7045 Series for laptops in February 2023.
Su opened the talk by pointing out the processing power of AI and noting, “AI is the defining technology of our time.”
Different processors have power consumption from 15 watts to 55 watts at the high end. The Ryzen 7045 series has 16 cores and 32 threads, runs at 55 watts, and is built in a 5-nanometer manufacturing process. It has a boost frequency of 5.4 GHz and a total cache of 80 megabytes.
AMD had a good year in 2022 with AMD Ryzen 6000 Series processors, Ryzen Threadripper Pro WX-5000 Series, AMD Ryzen 5800X3D processors for gaming, AMD Ryzen Pro 6000 series with security features , a game console based on AMD Zen custom chips and data center CPUs based on AMD Epyc Milan.
Donny Woligroski, AMD’s director of product marketing, said in a press conference that it’s a solid foundation to enter 2023. Su said that the Electronic Arts game Star Wars Jedi: Survivor will come with multiple prizes. AMD methods differ at launch.
“Zen4 is the template for the most powerful mobile processor in the world,” says Woligroski. “It’s about being the ultimate gaming platform.”
He says the 7045 is 18% more responsive and 20% faster to multitask than the previous generation. AMD says the Ryzen 7045 on Blender is 75% faster than the Intel Core i9 12900HX processor — and 169% faster on the Handbrake. League of Legends runs 62% faster on 7045.
AMD has a new architecture called XDNA, or adaptive AI architecture, which is optimized for AI inference. It will emphasize high performance, energy efficiency, scalability and customizability.
It can expand on things like cars. AMD revealed the AMD Alveo V70 processor card can handle inferential tasks like judging at the edge of a network whether someone has fallen, whether someone stole something from a store, and whether a traffic accident has occurred. whether it occurs or not. AI is showing that these accidents are preventable. And Alveo V70 uses XDNA architecture.
It can achieve 80% more efficiency in a compact energy efficient AI accelerator for smart retail, 72% better for patient monitoring and 70% better for smart city applications. bright.
The AMD Ryzen 7040 mobile processor will be the first client processor to come with Ryzen AI, using XDNA technology on the X86 processor. It is 50% more efficient than the Apple M2 neural engine and 35% more responsive to AI experiences for real-time multitasking. It is optimized to minimize battery life.
“This is dedicated hardware and the great thing is that it can multitask,” says Woligroski. “We really see this as a long-term investment in a market that is definitely going towards AI solutions.”
He points out that DALL-E is pushing the technology forward on the general AI front, and AMD is positioning for that wave of applications.
The Ryzen 7040 Series processor will use Zen4, RDNA 3 graphics, XDNA and it will run on 4-nanometer manufacturing technology. The Ryzen 7840HS chip — compared to an Intel Core i7 1280P — will run Handbrake 106% faster than Intel.
Meanwhile, the 7035 chip is capable of playing 15% longer videos when it comes to battery life. And it also plays games significantly faster than rival chips from Intel, AMD says. AMD says the 7030 Series and 7030 Series Pro chips have similar advantages at the low end.
The AMD Ryzen 7800 X3D chip uses AMD’s new 3D V-cache technology for better gaming. It has eight cores, 16 threads, 5.0 GHz boost frequency, 104 MB cache and 120 watts of power consumption. It is 30% better in terms of Dota 2 performance than the previous 5800 X3D chip.
The company also introduced gaming chips: AMD Ryzen 5 7600, Ryzen 7 7700 and Ryzen 9 7900, all of which have similarly good numbers compared to the previous generation.
AMD’s New RDNA 3 Graphics Chip
In November, AMD announced the RDNA 3 graphics processing unit architecture. The previous lineup included the AMD Radeon RX 7900 XTX GPU, which had 61 teraflops of FP32 performance, while the Radeon RX 7900 XT had a decent performance. capacity 52 FP32 teraflops.
Those are desktop graphics chips. Now, AMD is expanding RDNA 3 into the laptop segment with the Radeon RX 7600M XT, which has 32 FP32 teraflops, and the Radeon RX 7600M with 28 FP32 teraflops. These are 6 nanometer manufacturing chips. Both will support AV1 streaming.
The RX 7600M XT is about 26% faster than the previous generation RX 6600M GPU. Compared to desktop graphics Nvidia 3060 series, it was 31% faster on average on some games.
AMD also introduced the RX 7000 series of notebook GPUs, optimized for thin and light laptops. These include the RX 7700S with 32 FP32 teraflops and the RX 7600S with 28 teraflops. They work best in heat-constrained laptops. The RX 7700S is 29% faster than its predecessor RX 6700S.
Alienware will launch the Alienware M18 and M16 alongside the RX 7600M XT in the first half of 2023. Asus Tuf Gaming 16 will also launch with the 7700S GPU. Emdoor is about to have another laptop, as well as an IP3.
FSR 3.0 is coming soon, and over 230 current or upcoming games will take advantage of it.
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