AMD Launches Ryzen 7000 Series
AMD has launched 2023 with the Dragon Range Ryzen7045 and Phoenix Mobility Ryzen7040 processors. They are based on Zen 4 architectures for laptops.
The Ryzen7000 product line includes the Mendocino Ryzen 7200 for everyday use, Barcelo R Ryzen 7030 for slim and premium laptops and Rembrandt-R Ryzen 7035 to create and super slim laptops.
Users who require the best performance are able to choose from the Dragon Range processors. These processors have an TDP of 55-75W. They were replaced yesterday by Phoenix Point, which has 35-45W.
AMD has introduced four new SKUs in this line. These are Ryzen9 7945HX, Ryzen9 7845HX, Ryzen9 7845HX, Ryzen9 7845HX, Ryzen9 7745HX, 12 cores, 24 threads, Ryzen7 7745HX, 8 cores, 16 threads, Ryzen7 7745HX, Ryzen7 7745HX, Ryzen7 7745HX, Ryzen5 7645HX, 6 cores, 12 threads
The company confirmed that the new Phoenix Point APUs will use Zen 4 cores and RNDA 3. The APUs are available in both 35W and 45W configurations and come with PCIe 5 and LPDDR5 memory.