American multinational semiconductor company AMD has unveiled its Ryzen 3000 mobile chips at the biggest technology show of the year – Consumer Electronic Show (CES) – in Las Vegas, the United States. The newly launched Ryzen 3000 mobile chips have debuted with six variants that have been targeted at mobile devices and Chromebooks.
The Ryzen 3750H chip by AMD comes with 12nm process along with 2.3/4.0GHz bass/boost frequency and 10 GPU cores. The chip has a GPU frequency of up to 1,400MH. While Ryzen 3750H is the most high-end chip that has been launched, the most low-end one – Ryzen 3300U chip – is based on 12nm process and comes with a bass/boost frequency of 2.6/2.6GHz. It has three GPU cores that come with a frequency of up to 1,200MHz.
According to the company, the new chips that have been launched are capable of delivering up to 10 to 12 hours of battery life when they are used on notebooks. The Ryzen 3,000 mobile chips come with support for 4K HDR resolution and are equipped with a new ‘Always On’ technology. AMD also said that its Ryzen 3000 mobile chips perform well when they are made to do certain productivity-focused tasks such as browsing the internet and media editing.
The semiconductor company has also talked about the gaming performance of the new chips that have been launched. It said that when it comes to playing powerful games like Dota 2 and Fortnite, Ryzen 3000’s performance surpasses Intel Core i7-8565U CPU’s.
According to the company’s website, “AMD Ryzen 7 3700U can edit media up to 29% faster than the Intel Core i7-8550U6, and the AMD Ryzen 5 3500U can load websites up to 14% faster than the Intel Core i5-8250U.”
The first device to come with AMD’s Ryzen 3000 mobile chips has already been launched by HP. HP’s Chromebook 14 packs the latest chip by AMD and comes with a 14-inch display with 768p resolution, 4GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage and 47.36 Wh battery.
Other notebooks from ASUS, Dell, HP, Huawei, Lenovo, and Samsung will be launched later this year with AMD’s Ryzen 3000 chips.