AMD just had a pretty large event at CES and launched a couple of new hardware.

One of the major reveals includes the AMD Ryzen 6000 mobile platform with ten APU chips under its belt.


The chips will come with Zern 3+ architecture, 6nm TSMC process, and promises about 40% lower power consumption in basic tasks, and about 28% faster performance.

As for graphics, they will come with an RDNA2 integrated GPU that comes with hardware-accelerated ray-tracing, two bigger L2 caches, a 50% larger GPU compute engine, plus, support for DirectX 12 Ultimate.


AMD also said that the Ryzen 6000 mobile will have support for WiFi 6, Bluetooth 5.2, USB 4, PCIe Gen4, DDR5/LPDDR5 RAM, DisplayPort 2, HDMI 2.1, and AVI decoding.

The company also revealed the Radeon 6600S series of GPU for laptops. There’s the RX 6600S, RX 6700S, and RX 6800S. There are also the new Radeon 6300M, 6500M, 6600M, 6600M XT, and 6850M XT.


As for desktop PC, the company announced the AMD Radeon RX 6500 XT graphics for the entry-level market. It comes with 16 compute units, 16MB infinity cache, 32 ROPs, and 4GB memory. It comes with a clock speed of 2610MHz and is based on the 6nm TSMC process.

This chip will be available starting January 19 for USD199 (around Php10,200).

There’s also the AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D. This one is identical to the 5800X, albeit with AMD 3D V-Cache tech. It features the same number of cores and threads, but with a larger 100MB cache, although lower clock speeds.

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