Ryzen 6000H series notebooks are officially on sale, HX and U series will go on sale next month

2022-05-23 0 By

AMD’s Rayon 6000H series mobile processor has been officially launched, carrying Rayon 6000H and Rayon 6000HS asus ROG games have been on the market.At present, only H/HS series of standard processors are available, high-performance HX series and low-voltage U series have to wait, but not for long, according to the official roadmap, these two series will be officially launched in early March.Business notebooks powered by ryzen PRO 6000 series processors will be available in mid-March.Raydragon 6000 H/U series has been upgraded to Zen3+ core and integrated with RDNA2 GPU. The manufacturing process has been upgraded to TSMC 6nm, and the memory has been upgraded to support the new GENERATION OF DDR5-4800 and LPDDR5-6400(DDR4 is no longer supported), as well as PCIe 4.0 and USB 4.R7 6800H: 8C16T, maximum 4.7ghz, 16MB L3 cache, 12CU 2.2ghz core display;R5 6600H: 6C12T, up to 4.5ghz, 16MB L3 cache, 6CU 1.9GHz core display;Raylong 6000HS (35W) R9 6980HS: 8C16T, up to 5.0ghz, 16MB L3 cache, 12CU 2.4ghz core display;R9 6900HS: 8C16T, maximum 4.9ghz, 16MB L3 cache, 12CU 2.2ghz core display;R7 6800HS: 8C16T, maximum 4.7ghz, 16MB L3 cache, 12CU 2.2ghz core display;R5 6600HS: 6C12T, up to 4.5ghz, 16MB L3 cache, 6CU 1.9GHz core display;The remaining ones released in March are Ryelong 6000HXR9 6980HX: 8C16T, up to 5.0ghz, 16MB L3 cache, 12CU 2.4ghz core display;R9 6900HX: 8C16T, up to 4.9ghz, 16MB L3 cache, 12CU 2.4ghz core display;Raydragon 6000U (15-28W) R7 6800U: 8C16T, maximum 4.7ghz, 16MB L3 cache, 12CU 2.4ghz core display;R5 6600U: 6C12T, up to 4.5ghz, 16MB L3 cache, 6CU 1.9GHz core display;In addition, TODAY AMD officially introduced the upcoming R7 6800U core Radeon 680M.The new Ryon 7 and ryon 9 processors feature a 12CU 2.4ghz Radeon 680M core, while the Ryon 5 features a 6CU 1.9ghz Radeon 660M core.According to AMD, the 12CU Radeon 680M will feature a 1.5-times larger GPU computing engine, double L2 cache, and support for Dx12, AMD FSR, and RSR super-resolution technology.In terms of performance, according to AMD’s test data, the R7 6800U core display has a higher frame rate than Nvidia’s MX 450 in 10 games under 1080p low picture quality, leading by up to 100%.AMD says the Radeon 680M delivers about twice the performance of the I7-1165G7’s 96EU Xe core.