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Autor Thema: Official AMD Ryzen 6000 benchmark results point towards significant CPU and iGPU performance improvements  (Gelesen 318 mal)

Redaktion

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AMD has shared official benchmark results for the Ryzen 6000 series, focussed mainly on the Ryzen 7 6800U and its Radeon 680M iGPU. Unsurprisingly, AMD has made gains with its Zen 3+ architecture compared to Zen 3. iGPU performance improvements set against the Intel Iris Xe Graphics G7 and NVIDIA GeForce MX450 and look even more impressive, though.

https://www.notebookcheck.net/Official-AMD-Ryzen-6000-benchmark-results-point-towards-significant-CPU-and-iGPU-performance-improvements.590183.0.html

Dharan

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Intel will struggle to match the efficiency of these chips with their Alder Lake... good going AMD... amazed by the ability to hit 5 ghz within 45 watts TDP...

betterWaitAFewMonths

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Current AMD notebooks: Vega iGPU.
Upcoming AMD notebooks: RDNA2 iGPU (two times faster than previous Vega generation).
If u are someone who wants a notebook with only a iGPU, then wait a few months for these new notebooks, they will have a new iGPU with RDNA2 graphics generation and be roughly two times faster than current Vega notebook generation.

 

 
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