AMD on Tuesday unveiled its new Zen 3-based Ryzen 5000 Series mobile processor at CES 2021.
The CPU will be based on the 7n process. The processor will offer 17.5 use time in notebooks. It will also allow up to 21 hours of straight movie watching experience from a single charge, CEO Lisa Su said.
Ryzen 7 5800U processor is 18% head of PC mark compared to Intel’s Core i7-1185G7. It has 44% better performance in Adobe Premiere video encoding, 7% in PC mark app and 39% in blender 3D ray tracking.
The processor is optimal for use in video and picture editing and 3D design work. It will also be suitable for gaming, Su said.
Over 150 notebooks launching this year will be powered by the processor with the first one launching in February.
AMD also unveiled Zen 3-based HX mobile processor for gaming. This will come in two models: Ryzen 9 5900HX and 5980HX.
Both models will have eight cores 16 spread based 20MB L2+L3 cache and 45W TDP. Each model will have a bandwith of 4.6GHz and 4.8GHz, respectively.
AMD claimed the models, compared to Intel’s Core i9-10980HK, is better in performance by 13% based on single spread Cinebench R20 standard, 35% based on PassMark. It has 19% better performance in terms of 3DMark Fire Strike physics score, AMD said.
AMD will also launch a new mobile graphic card by the first half of 2021, which will be based on RDNA 2 architecture unveiled in November last year.
The company plans to launch gaming notebooks that uses the card in partnership with various partners. AMD is also planning to unveil a new desktop graphic card within the first half of 2021.
AMD also showed off its Zen 3-based server CPU, Epyc processor called Milan.