Advanced Micro Devices Incorporated released what they consider the fastest laptop CPU for ultrathin notebooks. This company just released their newest Ryzen mobile processors. They have two model of processors.
The Ryzen 7 2700U and Ryzen 5 2500U notebook processors. These mobile Accelerated Processing Units are named Raven Ridge. These micro processors are designed for two in one, convertible and ultrathin computers.
They use fifteen watt Thermal Design Power that is configurable. Both of these mobile Central Processing Units have “Zen” x86 cores. Advanced Micro Devices claims that their Ryzen 7 2700U is currently the fastest ultrathin notebook micro processor.
They claim forty four percent more multi threaded performance. They also claim up to one hundred sixty one percent greater graphics performance.
“We promised to bring innovation and competition back to every segment of the PC market in 2017, and today marks the fulfillment of that promise for consumer notebooks following our successful roll-out across the consumer, commercial and high-end desktop markets earlier this year. Ryzen™ mobile processors offer leadership performance for everyday activities, multi-tasking, and advanced workloads alike, all while enabling amazing battery life. We are pleased to deliver the world’s fastest processor for ultrathin notebooks, offering consumers the opportunity to get the most out of their digital lives through our OEM partners’ notebook designs.”
Senior Vice President & General Manager
Computing & Graphics Group
Advanced Micro Devices
These processors include up to four cores and eight threads.
* three times central processing unit
* 2.3 times the graphics processing unit
* fifty eight percent less power consumption
These processors include:
* precision boost two
* mobile extended frequency range
These Ryzen processors support 1080p gaming frame rates. Also, they support 4K video monitors. Acer, Hewlett Packard, and Lenovo are expected to ship new computers with these processors in a few weeks. Dell Computer Corporation and other original equipment manufacturers are scheduled to ship computers with these processors early next year.