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    AMD Ryzen 2700E, 2600E, 2500X and 2300X announced

    The E Series are 45W for compact cool PC systems, and the X Series focus on OC.
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    Re: AMD Ryzen 2700E, 2600E, 2500X and 2300X announced

    45W
    8 cores, and 16 threads.

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 2700E, 2600E, 2500X and 2300X announced

    For the love of God, someone needs to make me a premium Ultrabook with a 2400GE inside...

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 2700E, 2600E, 2500X and 2300X announced

    Quote Originally Posted by Sumanji View Post
    For the love of God, someone needs to make me a premium Ultrabook with a 2400GE inside...
    I believe "Ultrabook" was a product of Intel's marketing department...

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 2700E, 2600E, 2500X and 2300X announced

    Also, with Intel's current shortage of 14nm capacity..... AMD might be able to steal a little bit of market... Just imagine an ultraportable with 8C/16T and discrete graphics. Surely the creatives would go mad for it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by philehidiot View Post
    I believe "Ultrabook" was a product of Intel's marketing department...
    Do I get double points for the irony?

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 2700E, 2600E, 2500X and 2300X announced

    Quote Originally Posted by Sumanji View Post
    Do I get double points for the irony?
    Not really

    Besides, the 2700U is practically identical, 15W TDP, and is widely available in slim-and-light laptops (it features in Lenovo Ideapads, and HP Elitebooks and the Envy X360). You won't find an Ultrabook with a 4535W TDP processor...
    Last edited by scaryjim; 11-09-2018 at 05:32 PM. Reason: Me, get a TDP wrong?!

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