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AMD’s new Ryzen 45W laptop chips will take on Intel’s Coffee Lake H series processors
2018-09-18T20:34:21Z - Shannon Liao / The Verge
AMD has made two new processors to counter Intel’s Coffee Lake H series chips, which are often found in gaming notebooks and mobile workstations. The new AMD Ryzen 5 2600H and Ryzen 7 2800H are 45-watt processors with four CPU cores, eight processor threads, and Radeon Vega graphics. AMD’s first 45W laptop chips approaching desktop classThe new models are the first 45W laptop chips that AMD has come out with; AMD has a 15W Ryzen line for lighter laptops, but these beefier chips can handle more. Although some laptops use AMD chips today, the market is largely ruled by Intel. With these new chips, AMD isn’t going after the common consumer PC, but the higher-end models that could help build its reputation as a true rival to Intel.

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