AMD Launches Dragon Range Mobile Ryzen Series with 16-Core Processor
AMD Launches Dragon Range Mobile Ryzen Series with 16-Core Processor

AMD Launches Dragon Range Mobile Ryzen Series with 16-Core Processor

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AMD has announced the release of its new mobile Ryzen series, the Ryzen 7045HX, starting from March 12, 2023. The series, codenamed Dragon Range, is the first to use AMD’s chiplet technology to achieve a lightning-fast 16-core configuration. It is a direct port of the desktop series into a mobile form factor and consists of 16-core, 12-core, 8-core, and 6-core configurations.

According to Techspot on Monday (March 13, 2023), all Dragon Range processors have a configurable TDP that starts at 45-75 W and boosts up to around 5GHz in single-threaded workloads that explode from a base clock of 3+GHz. Apart from the 7945HX, all other configurations have their own minimum 55-75 W bracket requirement, which has never been seen before.

The 7945HX model, with its 16-core processor, has twice as many cores as its predecessor, the 6900HX flagship, along with a 5.4GHz boost clock and a combined 80 MB L2 and L3 cache. As a comparison, the 6900HX fits a 20 MB cache and 4.9GHz boost clock into a 45 W envelope. AMD compared the 7495HX with the 6900HX a while back and found that its performance was 41- 211% better in mixed applications.

In Cinebench R23, it is 22% faster in single-threaded testing and 123% faster in multi-threaded testing. AMD also compared its flagship processor with the older 16-core i9-12900HX and found that the 7495HX was 18- 169% faster in various slightly advantageous benchmarks compared to the i9-12900HX.

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Now, AMD has shared some fairer comparisons between the 7495HX and one of Intel’s new CPUs, the i9-13950HX. It features eight p-cores and 16 e-cores, and a slightly higher clock than the Ryzen part of 5.5GHz. It also consumes around 55 W by default but can be configured to jump up to 157 W under load. AMD tested the two CPUs in 31 titles and found that the 7495HX worked better in 26 titles and was 10% faster on average.

Benchmarks from vendors like AMD are always susceptible to biases, and mobile components have highly variable performance due to many configuration options and dependence on cooling. OEMs can start selling laptops equipped with the 7945HX, 7845HX, 7745HX, and 7645HX configurations this weekend. AMD expects these laptops to start appearing on store shelves by the end of the week.

The first models available in the market are the Alienware M16 and M18, Asus Scar G17 and Zephyrus Duo, and Lenovo Legion 5 Pro and 7 Pro. More models will follow in the coming months, and AMD will release more mobile CPUs as well. With AMD’s new Dragon Range series, users can expect even faster processors on-the-go with advanced chiplet technology.

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