At CES 2020, AMD CEO Dr. Su Zifeng personally released the Rylong 4000 series of notebook processors, including the U-Series for thin and thin books, the H-Series for gamebooks, and the PRO series for business books. Using the latest 7nm process, Zen 2 CPU architecture and Vega GPU architecture, the Ryzen 4000 Series notebook processor is the first time in history that 8 core 16 threads have been introduced for the thin and thin book.
The U-Series is the Ryzen 7 4800U, 8 core 16 thread, the base frequency 1.8GHz, the maximum acceleration of up to 4.2GHz, the GPU part integrates 8 computing units, 512 stream processors, thermal design power consumption is still controlled at 15W.
In terms of performance, AMD compares it to the Core i7-1065G7 of Intel 10nm Ice Lake Ten, a 4core 8-threaded Core i7-1065G7, with the CineBench R20 leading 4% in single thread, 90% ahead of multithreaded, and 3DMark Time Spy Extreme leads by 28 percent and content creation by up to 49 percent.
AMD also stressed that the 7nm Zen2 is more energy efficient on mobile platforms than the 12nm Zen plus, with 70% coming from new processes and another 30% from new architectures, compared with a 124% increase in the 14nm Zen compared to the generation 14nm Zen.
One of the first typical notebooks in the Ryzen 4000U was Lenovo’s Yoga Slim 7, equipped with the Ryzen 7 4800U, measuring just 14.9 mm thick and weighing just 1.4 kg, plus a 14-inch FreeSync HD screen and up to 16GB of LPDDR4X memory.
The Rylong 4000 series of notebooks is about to go on sale, with more than 20 in the first quarter and more than 100 this year.