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AMD fights notebook market with ASUS exclusive 35W TDP Ryzen 7 processor for half a year

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At the CES 2020 exhibition, AMD's products are the most interesting, and they will be available soon. 
AMD fights notebook market with ASUS exclusive 35W TDP Ryzen 7 processor for half a year

There is no trick. Among AMD's new products, the 7nm Zen2 architecture Ryzen 4000 series notebook processor is the most important. In order to attract VIP customers like Asus, AMD has given ASUS a privilege-the exclusive supply of Ryzen 7 4800HS processors for half a year.


We have also introduced the Ryzen 4000 series notebook processors released by AMD. The H version of the high-performance processors includes Ryzen 7 4800H and Ryzen 5 4600H, which are 8C / 16T, 6C / 12T, and TDP are 45W. The benchmark is Intel's Core H series of standard pressure processors.

AMD fights notebook market with ASUS exclusive 35W TDP Ryzen 7 processor for half a year
8-core 16-thread processor for a high-end game of this, and indeed ASUS launched Zephyrus G15 this game, the first high-end products using AMD processors, but the model they are using the 4800HS Dacentrurus 7, exposure time yesterday also wonder What is 4800HS? Now the answer is revealed.

The Ryzen 7 4800HS processor is a variant of the Ryzen 7 4800H. The S stands for a special customization, because the Zephyrus G15 game's Ryzen 7 4800HS processor is 35W TDP, not 45W, which means that its frequency should be Will be slightly lower, but has little effect on overall performance.

According to the latest news, the Ryzen 7 4800HS processor is exclusive to Asus, with a 6-month exclusive period. AMD treats ASUS so much. The root cause is that they need No.1 brands like Asus to help them open up the market for high-end notebooks and gaming notebooks. 

After all, Intel's power in this field is too strong. 70% of the revenue of the latter's consumer CPUs They all come from the notebook market. They are home bases, and it is not easy to attract first-tier manufacturers such as Asus.

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