AMD’s new Ryzen 6000 laptop chips promise the ultimate portable gaming machines – Chaim Gartenberg

AMD has officially debuted its new Ryzen 6000 CPUs for laptops at CES 2022, featuring the company’s upgraded Zen 3 Plus architecture, a new 6nm process node, and the debut of AMD’s RDNA 2 graphics architecture for its integrated GPUs. AMD is promising some big gains here, too: up to 1.3 times faster processing, up to two times the gaming performance of the previous generation, and up to 24 hours of battery life.

The new chips succeed the Ryzen 5000 line of laptop chips announced last year at CES 2021. Like those models, the Ryzen 6000 chips will be offered in both an H-series line (with both 35W and 45W models of each chip) for more powerful gaming and creative devices, along with a 15W to 28W U-series line aimed for thin-and-light…

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