IT House News on June 27. Today, Redgamingtech released more news about AMD's new generation of mobile processors "Phoenix" and "Dragon Range" for your reference.
First look at Dragon Range. This APU is facing the game book, so its nuclear display scale is small, only 2 CUs. The core quantity of this series APU is as follows:
R9 7980HX: 16 cores
R9 7900HX 12 core
R7 7800HX 8 core
R5 7600HX 6 core
Looking at the Phoenix series APU, this series will still adopt a maximum 8 -core CPU specification, but the nuclear display performance greatly increases. CreateThe core display of Phoenix will have 1536 stream processors, and the frequency will reach 2.6 GHz to 3 GHz.This series of power consumption can reach 60-70W, and its nuclear display will reach the level of the RTX 3060 mobile version in this performance mode. In addition, the Phoenix series APU will support LPDDR5X-8400 memory to provide larger bandwidth for nuclear display.
It is also reported that AMD's unlimited cache is now on the nuclear display. The following is the Phoenix structural diagram exposed by foreign media, which is for reference only.
IT House reported that on AMD Financial Analyst Day in 2022, AMD shared the roadmap of a new generation of laptop processor. As shown in the figure below, AMD's new generation of mobile CPU code "Phoenix Point", with a 4nm process, Zen4 architecture, equipped with RDNA3 GPU, and AIE engine.