Although no time-scale was given at the CES 2020 roundtable conversation with AMD's CEO, the implication is that the nearly mythical "Big Navi" GPU will be released this year. This new Dell G5 15 SE is powered by 3rd Gen AMD Ryzen 4000 H-Series Mobile Processors (up to 8-cores, 16-threads) and the new AMD Radeon RX 5600M GPUs. The Red team announced that the new Lenovo Yoga Slim 7 would be one of the first laptops to feature the Ryzen APUs with up to 8 cores on an ultra-thin form factor. The model offers 128 threads of processing power, 88 PCIe 4.0 lanes, up to 288MB of combined cache, and more.
For the U-series, the Ryzen 7 4800U is the biggest hitter, offering up to 4% faster in single-threaded and 90% in multithreaded performance compared to Intel's Core i7-1065G7. AMD's stock was the best performer on the Standard & Poor's 500 Index past year, bid up nearly 150 per cent by investors who believe the company's improved chips will help it grab market share and finally shed its status as a cheap alternative to Intel. We'll be looking to test these performance claims ourselves in the coming month.
The Consumer Electronics Show 2020 (CES 2020) is finally underway and we already have interesting news from all over.
The announcements didn't stop at mobile processors, though.
There's no doubt about it, AMD is running rampant through the market in everything it's focusing on right now-whether you're looking for a gaming or general-purpose desktop CPU, a content creation powerhouse or server CPU, a laptop or even a graphics card, AMD is leading in performance. Like the 5700 and 5500-series, it's based on AMD's new RDNA architecture and has a total of 36 compute units-with a base clock of 1375MHz, a boost clock of up to 1560MHz, and 6GB of GDDR6. However, no one can be disappointed at how AMD once again set industry standards. The Radeon RX 5600 XT Phantom Gaming D3 6G OC uses three 8cm fans, while the Radeon RX 5600 XT Phantom Gaming D2 6G OC and Challenger D 6G OC have two 9cm fans, perfectly balancing heat dissipation and size.
It makes sense that AMD is working on delivering quality discrete graphics and not just rushing production to capitalize on the ray-tracing hype.
The company is promising the "ultimate 1080p" AAA gaming experience and a 10 percent boost over the Nvidia 1060-series.