After the Surface Book 3 and Surface Go 2, Microsoft is also on track to launch the much-anticipated Surface Laptop 4 model this year. The Surface Laptop 3, released last year, features a traditional flip-top laptop design. Underneath the look, Intel Ice Lake and AMD Ryzen processors are also available. Many have speculated that the Surface Laptop 4 will continue this market strategy. The recently leaked benchmark has exposed AMD Ryzen APU version of Surface Laptop 4.
The 3DMark 11 benchmark database indicates that Microsoft has tested the Amd Ryzen 5 4500U APU processor and AMD Radeon RX 5300M unique Surface Laptop 4 models, a sign that the machine will soon meet you.
The list shows that the device is running the Windows 10 operating system, or Version 2004, which was updated in May 2020, and the driver for the WDDM 2.7 version.
The rezen 5 4500U processor of its choice, codenamed Renoir, is part of the Zen 2 architecture. With 6 physical cores, the base frequency is 2.3GHz, up to 4GHz.
Thanks to 15W thermal design power (TDP), the chip is ideal for mobile devices such as the Surface Laptop 4. It remains to be seen whether Microsoft will offer more AMD chip options.
An AMD processor codenamed Pollock, or a Surface Go 3, has been predicted by a whistleblower who predicted the size of a Surface Go 2 product.
Reported that the thermal design of this mobile chip power consumption as low as 4.8W, as compared to the Intel Core m3-8100Y TDP ceiling is also relatively close to 4.5W.
Interestingly, an unknown AMD processor was earlier exposed by an AMD GPU DRM-driven patch, which the source said could be used by a successor to Surface Go 2 or other custom devices.