AMD at CES 2020 was all about more x86 and GPU products to reinforce
loyalty from gamers and mobile users alike.
While AMD at CES 2020 claims it now has the world’s highest-performance desktop and ultra-thin processors it’s a game of tag between it and Intel as the winner of the speed crown can change minute-by-minute.
What is clear from AMD at CES 2020 is that Intel has a serious competitor in its space although their respective designs are poles apart – each has its strengths and weaknesses.
AMD at CES 2020 – 7mn thin is good
AMD Ryzen 4000 Mobile processors with Radeon Graphics
U-series up to 8 cores and 16 threads, configurable 15W TDP for ultra-thin laptops.
These figures are ‘up to’
4% greater single-thread performance
90% faster-multithreaded performance than the competition (Core i7-1065G7)
18% faster graphics performance than the competition
H-Series Mobile Processors, configurable 45W TDP
5% greater single-threaded and up to 46% greater multi-threaded performance than the competition (Core i7-9750H)
25% faster 4K video encoding using Adobe Premier than the competition
39% greater gameplay physics simulation performance than the competition
Note that mobile processors are only sold to laptop makers/OEMs.
AMD introduced the new AMD FreeSync Premium and AMD
FreeSync Premium Pro (HDR) tiers, making it easier to identify and select
displays delivering the best, high-refresh, ultra-smooth gaming experience.
Learn more here.
Harnessing the power of Ryzen processors, Radeon graphics, and the latest Radeon Software, it takes users’ gaming experiences to new levels by automatically shifting power between the Ryzen processor and Radeon graphics as needed.
AMD at CES 2020 – Dr Lisa Su – CEO
Our prime focus is on high-performance computing
and graphics – we are unique in that way
More than 20 offerings in 7nm – way ahead of the
Strongest offerings are for gamers and content
We are working with partners like Microsoft (Surface
Laptop 15, Xbox), Sony (PlayStation), Apple (MacBook, iMac) HP, Lenovo, Dell,
Acer and ASUS to offer our power-efficient mobile and desktop solutions.
And we are powering Google Stadia, AWS and Microsoft