At the time of the first tier financial results of 2022, AMD Ryzen has unveiled plans to release the 7000, a high-end mobile gaming CPU range codenamed Dragon Range. New classes of CPUs are expected next year, with the highest number of cores, threads and caches in the mobile gaming CPU. These high-end CPUs will be built into the company’s Zen4 architecture.
The TDP of the Ryzen 7000 Dragon Range will be more than 55W and the laptop is designed for use when plugging in. Also, it can be seen on laptops over 20mm thick. Further, the Dragon Range CPU will come with PCIe 5 architecture and DDR5 memory. However, some SKUs may come with support for LPDDR5 storage.
Upcoming Dragon Range CPU The range will use the suffix “HS”. Despite the high TDP, Dragon Range will keep an eye on energy efficiency. Robert Halk, AMD’s director of technical marketing, said the Dragon Range would be “significantly more power-efficient than other laptops in a competitive period.”
As far as Zen4 architecture is concerned, it is expected to be based on TSMCIts 5nm process node. The Zen4 architecture will debut later this year with the “Raphael” desktop CPU.
In addition to the Ryzen 7000 Dragon Range CPU series, AMD will also release the Ryzen 7000 Phenoix CPU. The The birds of the fairy tale are special The CPU range will be aimed at laptops with a thickness of 20 mm or higher Ultrabook. The CPU of this series will have a TDP of 35W to 45W. Similarly Dragon Range, d Phoenix It will also include PCIe 5 and LPDDR5 memory, while some models may come with DDR5 memory. Both Dragon Range and Phoenix are expected to drop in 2023, after the debut Raphael.