Some time ago, AMD surprised its new Ryzen family of 5,000 processors (Zen 3), intended for laptops. Newcomers bring a significant increase in performance compared to their predecessors, and electricity consumption is noticeably lower, which is reflected in the autonomy of longer computers. However, as the competition in laptop processors continues, it’s no surprise that AMD will soon introduce a completely new family of laptop processors.
The Ryzen 6000 Mobile family of processors will be based on Zen 3+ technology and will be built using six nanometer technology. The integrated graphic RDNA2 will be responsible for transcoding the graphic content. Initially, three Ryzen 6000 Mobile processors will be available, namely the Ryzen 9 6980HX, the Ryzen 9 6900HX, and the Ryzen 7 6800HX. The most powerful of all will be the expected Ryzen 9 6980HX. The three models will only consume 45 watts of electricity when fully loaded, as these are processors designed for laptops.
The Ryzen 9 6980HX mobile processor will feature eight physical cores, 16 virtual processors up to 5GHz (fast mode) and an integrated iGPU Radeon 680M graphics core. The slightly less powerful Ryzen 9 6900HX will have eight physical cores, 16 virtual processors clocked at up to 4.9 GHz (Fast mode) and a built-in iGPU Radeon 680M graphics core. The Ryzen 7 6800HX will be the least powerful representative of AMD’s new family of Ryzen 6000 Mobile processors. It will have eight physical processors and 16 virtual cores with frequencies up to 4.7 GHz.