Amd advantage gaming laptops revealed
Gaming laptops have proven to be a huge focus of Computex 2021, and for Nvidia, and especially for AMD, it reflects the tremendous growth of the industry in the past year. So far, although AMD has performed well in the field of budget and mid-range laptops, due to its excellent APU (ie CPU with integrated graphics), its high-end gaming-focused machines have not matched the laptops of Nvidia GPUs. Version.
The first part of AMD’s challenge to the green team in the field of notebook computers is AMD’s release of a brand new 6000M series notebook GPU, with the goal of succeeding the mobile GPU 30 series of graphics cards. However, in addition to this, AMD also hopes to improve its gaming laptop products in many other areas.
Second, as part of its “AMD Advantage Design Framework”, the Red Team seeks to maximize the efficiency of AMD’s gaming laptops (Ryzen CPU and Radeon GPU), from in-game FPS to improved batteries. Performance life, cooling, reduced fan sound, and even poor battery performance. The AMD Advantage designation basically guarantees that any notebook computer that comes with it must meet certain general standards of performance and build quality.
The main notes are concentrated on three points, as listed below.
AMD’s various "smart technologies" are the source of many of these advantages-smart memory access will now be included in these laptops, as we have seen, it can improve certain games by allowing the CPU to access excess GPU memory FPS. , And AMD Smartshift technology allows the system to switch power between the CPU and GPU where it is most needed, which is advantageous in the design of laptops with limited power.
As far as displays are concerned, AMD has not really brought anything new, but they do promise that all AMD Advantage laptops have 144Hz + LFC displays, "low latency" (which means I don’t know), FreeSync, 300 NITS + Brightness, IPS and OLED panels, and 100% sRGB or 72% NTSC color gamut. Hopefully, this shows that the basic standards of gaming laptops from all manufacturers will be improved in the near future.
AMD promises that each of its Advantage systems will be equipped with at least one 4-lane NVMe PCIe gen 3.0 SSD, and they claim that the loading time is three times faster than SATA III SSD.
Reducing the temperature on the keyboard during performance (generally affected by high-performance machines) is also involved, especially keeping the temperature on the WASD keys below 40 ° C.
Finally, AMD stated that they have worked hard to Increase the expected battery life for "watching carnivals" (ie, watching Netflix, YouTube, etc.) to more than 10 hours. If they can meet these requirements, it will be a welcome change compared to some more demanding Nvidia 30 series machines, most of which are hard to reach for more than 5 hours in this case.
AMD announced that the two notebooks that will use this technology are ROG Strix G15, said it will be launched in early June and HP Omen 16 will be available soon. You can read more about the features of these laptops in our respective articles.
More competition between Intel, AMD and Nvidia in the field of gaming laptops can only mean more innovation and is expected to lead to greater savings for the end consumer Given the very high prices of most gaming laptops, we welcome to this with open arms.
We look forward to reaching out to these latest AMD laptops to see if they are in line with the hype. Stay tuned to WePC for more details!