New evidence promises us more of the new generation of AMD, In a very similar approach to that of rival Intel
A new day arrives, along with more information about other processors it is preparing AMD, As part of its assault on the controlling market share of Intel - This time, the focus is Processors More cost effective for the desktop market, and more advanced and powerful processors for laptops.
Models RYZEN 7 2700E andRYZEN The 5 2600E will offer a power envelope of only 45 watts, without sacrificing the number of cores of their counterparts that require up to 105 watts to operate. The 2700E will offer eight processing cores at a somewhat modest base frequency of 2.8GHz, compared to 3.7GHz for theRYZEN 7 2700X, while the-RYZEN 5 2600E will provide six cores at the frequency 3.1GHz vs 3.5GHz as the base onRYZEN 5 2600X. The turbo frequencies of the models on the way have yet to be revealed, but we will not be surprised if they only increase the relative gap in favor of the advanced X models.
There is a good chance that, despite reduced performance,RYZEN They will be offered with very close price tags to their agile siblings - this is because they will be designed for different configurations, with the trimmed thermal shell being able to help in combination with All-In-One units and other compact computers for the home consumer.
On the other hand, the mobile market gets another indication for the launch of the upcoming Ryzen H models - which will be suitable for a direct battle with the H models of Intel With an enlarged power envelope of 45 watts, instead of just 15 watts in products RYZEN Mobile devices to date.
At least one model with increased power is planned under the Raven Bridge generation, with estimates that it will offer four physical processing cores at a nice base frequency of 3.3GHz, compared to only 2.2GHz for the currently leading Ryzen 7 2700U model - combined with a slightly enlarged Vega 11 core ( An additional 10 percent to the number of active units) that you will probably also be able to operate at increased working frequencies. It will be an interesting competitor to the modern mobile H models of Intel Gift of theCore i5 - although it is worth noting that here the hand of the latter is actually the top, thanks to the use of six general processing cores instead of only four.
Multiple cores versus working frequencies and graphical performance - there is no doubt that a very interesting competition is waiting around the corner here.