AMD has made a groundbreaking announcement with the introduction of its first-ever 16-core Ryzen CPU for laptops. The Ryzen 7045HX family, codenamed Dragon Range, is the latest addition to AMD’s impressive lineup of mobile systems.
The Ryzen 9 7945HX model, the top-of-the-line processor in the Ryzen 7045HX family, is the most exciting development from AMD yet.
This APU for laptops boasts a maximum clock speed of 5.4 GHz in Turbo mode and comes equipped with an impressive 80 MB of L2 + L3 cache, which is over 50 percent more than that of the basic Ryzen 5.
In addition to its impressive technical specifications, the Ryzen 9 7945HX has been compared to Intel’s top model, the Core i9-13950HX.
The two CPUs were tested in 31 games, and the AMD model outperformed the Intel model in 26 of them, working on average 10 percent faster.
The launch of the Ryzen 7045HX family marks a significant advancement in the field of APUs for laptops. AMD has demonstrated its commitment to pushing the limits of mobile computing, and the Ryzen 9 7945HX is a prime example of this.
Gamers and professionals alike will undoubtedly appreciate the enhanced performance capabilities of these new systems.
According to AMD, the first laptops equipped with the new Ryzen series systems will be available in stores in the coming weeks. With these new systems, AMD is poised to take the mobile computing market by storm and solidify its position as a leader in the industry.