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AMD Teases Powerful Zen 4 Dragon & Ryzen 7000 Gaming Chips

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Coming to the Dragon Range and Phoenix processors, both of these lineups will be released next year. While AMD hasn’t officially announced most of its specs and features, a slide shared by Tom’s Hardware suggests that the Dragon Range will offer the “highest core, thread, and cache ever for a mobile gaming CPU.” According to rumors, the top Dragon Range chip could have up to 16 cores to compete against Intel’s Alder Lake-HX processors that come with a hybrid 8+8 design. These are also expected to support DDR5 memory and PCIe 5 connectivity, while their TDPs will be more than 55W.

Finally, the Phoenix APU lineup will utilize both Zen 4 and RDNA 3 cores. They will reportedly offer PCIe 5 connectivity like their Dragon Range counterparts but support LPDDR5 instead of the standard DDR5 chips for better efficiency. The chips will be more power-efficient than the Dragon Range processors and will have TDPs ranging from 35W to 45W, quite a bit less than the Dragon Range. Some of the specifics regarding AMD’s next-gen laptop chips are still a mystery but expect more details to emerge in the coming weeks and months.

Source: AMD, Tom’s Hardware

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AMD Teases Powerful Zen 4 Dragon & Ryzen 7000 Gaming Chips

Image Courtesy: Tom’s Hardware
Coming to the Dragon Range and Phoenix processors, both of these lineups will be released next year. While AMD hasn’t officially announced most of its specs and features, a slide shared by Tom’s Hardware suggests that the Dragon Range will offer the “highest core, thread, and cache ever for a mobile gaming CPU.” According to rumors, the top Dragon Range chip could have up to 16 cores to compete against Intel’s Alder Lake-HX processors that come with a hybrid 8+8 design. These are also expected to support DDR5 memory and PCIe 5 connectivity, while their TDPs will be more than 55W.
Finally, the Phoenix APU lineup will utilize both Zen 4 and RDNA 3 cores. They will reportedly offer PCIe 5 connectivity like their Dragon Range counterparts but support LPDDR5 instead of the standard DDR5 chips for better efficiency. The chips will be more power-efficient than the Dragon Range processors and will have TDPs ranging from 35W to 45W, quite a bit less than the Dragon Range. Some of the specifics regarding AMD’s next-gen laptop chips are still a mystery but expect more details to emerge in the coming weeks and months.
Source: AMD, Tom’s Hardware

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