AMD Ryzen 9 4900U, Ryzen 7 Extreme Edition presentate at the same time: exactly the same size

AMD Ryzen family continues to expand, more and more products, but also appeared a number of strange unconventional models, such as in the mobile version of the Renoir APU family, has emerged the Ryzen 9 4900U, Rylong 7 Extreme Edition. The highest model in the rye 4000U series was the Ryzen 7 4800U, and soon came out the rye 9 4900U news, or 8 core 16 threads, detection shows that the reference frequency is maintained at 1.8GHz, the acceleration frequency is bound to be higher.

Now, the 3DMark database finally sees this Ryzen 9 4900U, as expected, 8 core 16 threads, base frequency 1.8GHz, up to 4.3GHz acceleration, compared to the Ryzen 7 4800U provides 100MHz.

The GPU part and the thermal design power consumption is not the same, but certainly can not escape the Vega 8, 15W, but the acceleration of 100MHz from the Ryzen 7 liter to rye 9, the span is a bit large – rye 9 4900H compared to the Ryzen 7 4800H but the frequency from 2.9-4.2GHz pull up to 3.3-4G Hz also opened from Vega 7 to Vega 8.

AMD Ryzen 9 4900U, Ryzen 7 Extreme Edition presentate at the same time: exactly the same size

But it’s more to play than that. As we reported yesterday, 3DMark also found a Ryzen 7 Extreme Edition, the ultimate version that has always been the title of Intel’s flagship fever-class product, and AMD seems to be using it for the first time.

According to the test, rye 7 Extreme edition is also 8 core 16 threads, the reference frequency 1.8GHz, the acceleration frequency 4.3GHz, that is, the same as the Ryzen 9 4900U, at least for the time being, there is no difference.

AMD Ryzen 9 4900U, Ryzen 7 Extreme Edition presentate at the same time: exactly the same size

AMD Ryzen 9 4900U, Ryzen 7 Extreme Edition presentate at the same time: exactly the same size

I don’t know which one AMD sings, maybe the Ryzen 7 Extreme Edition is customized for a customer? Perhaps it can release the release to 25W on the basis of the power consumption of the 15W standard thermal design?