Ryzen 7 4800U

AMD CEO Dr Lisa Su has kicked off the CES 2020 keynote with the announcement of the Ryzen 7-4800U processor, as the company focuses on delivering high performance computing this year, this is the first and most powerful processor for ultrathin laptops that sports 8-cores and 16 threads with a 15W TDP, it also packs an 8-core Radeon graphics processor.

Ryzen 7 4800UPositioned as the direct competitor to Intel’s Ice Lake Core i7-1065G7 processor, the Ryzen 7-4800U offers up to 4% better single threaded performance and 90% multi threading performance, graphics performance is 28% faster and you can expect up to 50% faster performance in Premiere Pro video editing. Power efficiency of the Ryzen 7-4800U is 2X better over its predecessor due to its 7nm process, leading to a 124% increase in performance per watt.

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Ryzen 7 4800UWe should expect the rest of the Ryzen mobile models to come later in the year, AMD has teased that we should be able to see more than a hundred Ryzen 7-4800U laptops and they are coming in this quarter, one of them being the Lenovo Yoga Slim 7, which weighs merely 1.4kg and comes with a 14″ FHD Freesync display.

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