Shocking news erupted from hardware enthusiast Komachi_Ensaka via twitter. It’s all about leaked AMD APU named “Renoir” that will likely be included within Ryzen 9 and Ryzen 7 series notebooks/laptops alongside powerful integrated Radeon graphics. Since all people know that Ryzen 9 and 7 are the flagship series of CPUs that come with multicore enhancements of up to 16 Core in desktops and only Ryzen 7 has 4 Core 8 Thread model for laptops with Vega 10 graphics.
Highly noticable TDP ratings in this image suggest that Ryzen 9 “Renoir” laptop APU might have 45W maximum capacity to run the multicore beast together with strong graphics. Previously, 3D Planet Now website has leaked up to 8 core configurations of upcoming Ryzen 4000 mobile laptop series where Ryzen 4000H or U version might have integrated Vega graphics powered by VCN 2.1 video encoder. So that information must be closer to this leaks from Komachi_Ensaka who has detected exact naming scheme for upcoming Ryzen “Renoir” APU made from finest 7nm technology with chiplet design like current gen Ryzen CPUs. According to above image, Ryzen 9 and 7 are likely divided into two categories. There will be PRO version for business laptops with TDP of 15W and obviously vanilla models with 45W for gaming laptops.
“Renoir” APUs launch may deliver groundbreaking performance in laptop industry due to their versatile graphics performance and efficient power design for light & thin ultrabooks. Whole world must be excited for this APUs launch. Finally, anyone can get gaming laptops with 7nm technology and up to 4266 MHz memory speed according to previous leaks.
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