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Amd ryzen 4000 mobile renoir release

Laptops equipped with AMD Ryzen 4000 Mobile will start accepting pre-orders today, and customers can get them in a few weeks.

AMD released key information about the processor and confirmed that the Ryzen 9 4900H is the flagship CPU in laptops. AMD's

Ryzen 4000 mobile processor will be based on the Zen 2 architecture and use an enhanced version specifically designed for laptops and mobile devices. The new chip codenamed "Renoir" will be equipped with up to 8 graphics units and 8 processing cores and 16 threads.

AMD said that compared to Ryzen 3000M, this will increase its IPC by 25%, but SoC power consumption will be reduced by 20%, power efficiency will increase 2 times, and the speed of state switching will increase 5 times. TSMC will build the

Renoir chip on the 7nm node, using 9.8 billion transistors, twice the size of the Picasso-series APU.

It is interesting that all Renoir CPUs will use Vega 7nm graphics, so the integrated graphics will definitely be improved.

We also learned from a statement by AMD vice president of computing and graphics, Rick Bergman, that the battery life will be impressive. Bergman said: "With our new Ryzen products, we have advanced up to 18 hours."

This means that the Ryzen 4000 mobile APU will be able to provide 18 hours of battery life, which is good news for gamers.

Although Intel has nearly dominated the laptop market in recent years, AMD has quickly grabbed some of the market share. New versions like the Ryzen 4000 processor can only confirm that Intel has stiff competition in the laptop and desktop market.

AMD claims to be the most advanced notebook processor in the world launched today, which should be enough to make Intel worry.

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