At the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2023, AMD announced a number of new computing products across Ryzen 7000 desktop and mobile APUs platforms, bringing improved performance to gamers, creators, professionals, and mainstream users.
AMD continues to expand its Ryzen 7000 Series Desktop processor lineup with the introduction of Ryzen 9 7900, Ryzen 7 7700, and Ryzen 5 7600 Series processors.
AMD is doing something interesting with the truly new Ryzen 7000 mobile APUs based on the Zen 4 architecture. All previous generations of Ryzen mobile essentially used the same chip for every single segment, but Ryzen 7000 mobile introduces two separate CPUs for different segments: the 7040 series laptops for efficiency and size, and the 7045 series for raw performance.
AMD’s new Ryzen processors, which feature “Zen 4” architecture and 65W TDP, are designed for both efficiency and performance, and include AMD’s Wraith cooler, expanding options for Socket AM5 users.
“AMD is consistently pushing the boundaries of innovation in the PC industry, bringing unrivalled performance and efficiency to PC desktop and laptop users,” said Saeid Moshkelani, AMD’s senior vice president and general manager, Client.
Meanwhile, AMD announced a new lineup of Ryzen 7000 Series Mobile processors, including the AMD Ryzen 7045HX Series Mobile processors, which deliver on average over 50% more performance across a wide range of applications, allowing gamers and creators to work on the go.
According to AMD, the RX 7700S can achieve 87fps in Cyberpunk 2077 and 147sfps in Death Stranding at full 1080p resolution.
AMD also unveiled the Ryzen 7040 Series Mobile processors, which include the first dedicated artificial intelligence hardware in an x86 processor.
We will bring not only leadership performance and power efficiency, but also the power of artificial intelligence to laptop devices with the new Ryzen AI technology built into our Ryzen 7040 Series Mobile processors, ushering in a future with powerful new capabilities that only true AI hardware