Without waiting for the official opening of the CES 2019 exhibition, AMDA introduced a new line of mobile processors, which includes two A-series chips designed for the second generation of APU Region Mobile and Chromebooks.
New AMD Ryan Mobile Solutions differs only in the operating frequency, TDP layers, the number of x86 cores or the arrangement of radio vega graphics module, but also in the technical process. Production of shares of Lion's 12-NM standards, while a small dual-core 14-nanometer is included.
Top-end Raison 73750 H has four zen + core with multi-threaded support, 4 MB L3 cache and Radian Vega 10 graphics module. The APU has a normal frequency of 2.3 GHz, and in boost mode it can extend up to 4 GHz. Video core is powered at 1400 MHz speed. The standard thermal pack is 35W and gaming laptops should be made in its main application area.
Brief specifics of second generation AMD region mobile processors are given in the table below. The first devices based on it will appear on the store shelves during the first quarter.
For the new A-series solutions, it is built on the basis of the old acquaintance architecture and the GCN 1.2 generation video core has three computational units.
This API uses 28 nm technological standards for production, and its main advantage is a 6-watt heat pack. AMD A6-9220C and A4-9120C Hybrid Processors can be found in Chromebooks, where they will compete with Intel Pentium N3350 and N4200 chips.