At last week’s CES show, AMD released a new generation of Ryzen 6000 series mobile processors, including Ryzen 6000H and Ryzen 6000U series, upgraded 6nm Zen3+ technology and architecture, and fully optimized energy efficiency, claiming to achieve 24-hour notebook battery life .
Among these processors, the Ryzen 6000U series for thin and light notebooks has improved significantly.From the test published by AMD’s official PPT, the performance of the Ryzen 7 6800U is 70% higher than the current Ryzen 7 5800U, and 130% higher than the current Ryzen 7 5800U. The performance is more than doubled.
However, everyone quickly discovered that AMD’s test was tricky, because the TDP of the two processors were completely different.Among them, Ryzen 7 5800U is 15W TDP, and Ryzen 7 6800U is 28W TDP——Players who know the processor know that the difference in TDP in the mobile platform determines the difference in the upper limit of performance.
AMD compares a 28W processor with a 15W processor. With the same architecture, there is no suspense about doubling the performance. However, this has also been questioned by netizens as cheating, and AMD officials have now given an explanation.
In a video interview, AMD Chief Marketing Officer Robert Hallock said that you can’t separate this comparison from the context.AMD has done a lot of work on the Ryzen 6000 processor. Among them, the CPU core alone has more than 50 optimizations. Therefore, the processor TDP can be increased to 28W without affecting the temperature, noise and other parameters of the system. This is a new process. One of the main advancements of the device.
As for the Ryzen 5000 series, Robert Hallock said that this generation of processors does not have these optimizations. The increase in TDP does not significantly improve performance. The redesigned Ryzen 6000 processor allows users to take full advantage of the increased TDP, CPU and GPU performance improvements, and work efficiency. Higher, this is AMD’s proud achievement.
To put it simply, although the TDP gap between the two generations of processors is very large, AMD does not think that this comparison is cheating or flicking, but the result of their optimization. The Ryzen 6800U does not affect the temperature and noise of the system under 28W TDP. Ryzen 7 5800U can only work at 15W TDP under the same conditions, which is actually an improvement of AMD.
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