AMD Ryzen Enters Mobile CPU Market Strongly | Ryzen APUs vs Bristol Ridge

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AMD Ryzen Enters Mobile CPU Market Strongly | Ryzen APUs vs Bristol Ridge

AMD Ryzen Mobile CPUs Seems to be joining the mobile gaming

AMD new Ryzen platform benchmark in mobile platform has been leaked and Ryzen seems competitive | Ryzen APUs vs Bristol Ridge


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Just recently the Benchmarks for AMD’s upcoming Raven Ridge APUs featuring the Zen CPU & Vega GPU microarchitectures have been release or some may say leaked. They are expected to be released before holidays 2017 somewhere around Dec 2017.

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This is the first representation of Ryzen family in mobile platforms and with what we know about Ryzen in gaming world, its expected to bring high performance gaming in lower cost in mobile platforms. Vega graphics architecture is also being released along the ryzen for the first time in an APU Platform. Vega was announced last month and its new.Vega and ryzen are both in 14 NM platform. 14 NM delivers significant performance and power efficiency improvements over the older platform 28nm planar.


AMD Ryzen Mobile APUs Deliver 100% more than the Performance Of Old AMD’s CPUs

AMD has managed to increas its performance in desktop by making a smarter CPU rather than just making it stronger. This is also going to play well in mobile platforms. Smarter CPUs work by learning behaviors and making efficient use out of the most used data processing and files and apps. So in a way they are very individualized in terms of what sort of use the user have. The Ryzen 5 2500U  scored 9723 points in the multi-core part of the Geekbench4 test and 3625 points as single core. In comparison, AMD’s fastest mobile Bristol Ridge A12 9800B part scores nearly half the points in the multi-core test and more than 1200 points less in the single core test. Doubling the performance in a big deal in today processing technology that it seems that the tech giants are stock in increasing the processing speed and power. the first solution was using more CPUs so multi core cpus came to life, but now the next step seems to be processing efficiently.

Intel, on the other hand, has been dominating notebook CPU space with the 8th generation Kaby Lake-R chips by releasing the  Core i5-8250U. The “U” means an ultra-low power CPU for Intel and a standard mobile CPU for AMD. Geekbench scores seem to be in favor of Intel and not AMD. High end laptops like Asus ROG Strix GL702ZC already sport AMD Ryzen CPUs. AMD seems to be aiming at mainstream gaming market, Ryzen APU laptops are expected to become mainstream before the end of 2017. Lets wait and see what AMD has to offer in 2017.


Next Generation AMD CPUs And APUs Specs

WCCFTech AMD Summit Ridge AMD Pinnacle Ridge AMD Bristol Ridge AMD Raven Ridge AMD Gray Hawk
Product Architecture Zen Zen 2 Excavator Zen Zen 2
Process Node 14nm 14nm 28nm 14nm 14nm
CPU Cores Up to 8 Up to 8 Up to 4 Up to 4 Up to 4
GPU Architecture N/A N/A Caribbean Islands Vega Navi
TDP 65W-95W 65W-95W 15-65W TBA TBA
Socket AM4 AM4 AM4 AM4 AM4
Memory Support DDR4 DDR4 DDR4 DDR4 DDR4
Launch 2017 2018 2017 Q4 2017 2019




The Ryzen 5 2500U APU (Source: PC Perspective)




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