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    AMD launches its Ryzen Pro 4000 series mobile processors

    Partners HP and Lenovo will release ultrathin AMD business laptop designs during H1.
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    Re: AMD launches its Ryzen Pro 4000 series mobile processors

    That 4750U is looking tasty, someone was just making an apples to oranges comparison the other day that AMD does not have any 15w 8 Cores, well here they are!

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    Re: AMD launches its Ryzen Pro 4000 series mobile processors

    Quote Originally Posted by Tabbykatze View Post
    That 4750U is looking tasty, someone was just making an apples to oranges comparison the other day that AMD does not have any 15w 8 Cores, well here they are!
    If Intel do, they'll use at least double 15w and most likely triple. At least these stand a chance of being something close to 15w.

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    Re: AMD launches its Ryzen Pro 4000 series mobile processors

    Surface 3 cough cough
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    Re: AMD launches its Ryzen Pro 4000 series mobile processors

    Quote Originally Posted by gagaga View Post
    If Intel do, they'll use at least double 15w and most likely triple. At least these stand a chance of being something close to 15w.
    Can remember seeing a review somewhere and the guy said he'd asked the firm for clarification of the tdp and they said 35w but realistically 65w lol
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    Re: AMD launches its Ryzen Pro 4000 series mobile processors

    Quote Originally Posted by 3dcandy View Post
    Can remember seeing a review somewhere and the guy said he'd asked the firm for clarification of the tdp and they said 35w but realistically 65w lol
    So it will keep your hands warm on a cold day.

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    Re: AMD launches its Ryzen Pro 4000 series mobile processors

    Quote Originally Posted by Tabbykatze View Post
    That 4750U is looking tasty, someone was just making an apples to oranges comparison the other day that AMD does not have any 15w 8 Cores, well here they are!
    There are 'now'.... they weren't out when the surfacebook 3 was being developed or even before it was announced, although I suspect MS were aware of it due to surface laptop.

    I still wouldn't class it as a suitable chip for the surfacebook even at 15w though looking at the thickness (and active cooling by the looks of it) of those laptops shown in the article... the surface laptop on the other hand.
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    Re: AMD launches its Ryzen Pro 4000 series mobile processors

    Quote Originally Posted by 3dcandy View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by gagaga View Post
    If Intel do, they'll use at least double 15w and most likely triple. At least these stand a chance of being something close to 15w.
    Can remember seeing a review somewhere and the guy said he'd asked the firm for clarification of the tdp and they said 35w but realistically 65w lol
    That sounds more moderately realistic for Intel, but I suspect it may be a tad higher than 65w even, in high use.

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    Re: AMD launches its Ryzen Pro 4000 series mobile processors

    Quote Originally Posted by Yoyoyo69 View Post
    That sounds more moderately realistic for Intel, but I suspect it may be a tad higher than 65w even, in high use.
    There were comments like that and the firm responded with it doesn't get higher as the thermals kick in and throttle it...
    Someone complained that their laptop never reached boost clocks and the answer was it can't as it isn't a 35w part really
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    Re: AMD launches its Ryzen Pro 4000 series mobile processors

    That 4650U do sound mighty sweet, but that push for a envelope i cant fit into.
    It is barely i can do 4500U which are also severely pushing my budget.

    But i have to pick up a laptop in a month or two, i cant do my casemod project properly and not have the hardware there too, and its the hardware i am on right now.

    Also for the bulk of my work i dont really need my threadripper and its high power consumption even when idle ( 180 W )
    So something lean to do my interweb stuff on will save on power :-) though it might be a while before it can pay for itself, even with the ridiculous high Danish power prices.

    Still i might end up with a 3500U machine,,,,, i am not made of money you know ;-)

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    Re: AMD launches its Ryzen Pro 4000 series mobile processors

    Quote Originally Posted by LSG501 View Post
    I still wouldn't class it as a suitable chip for the surfacebook even at 15w though looking at the thickness (and active cooling by the looks of it) of those laptops shown in the article... the surface laptop on the other hand.
    Intel's 15w TDP parts are easier to cool than AMD's 15w parts? Is that where we are?

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    Re: AMD launches its Ryzen Pro 4000 series mobile processors

    Quote Originally Posted by Friesiansam View Post
    So it will keep your hands warm on a cold day.
    Reminds me of my P4 laptop. It's still downstairs awaiting the hard drives being sanitised (with my axe) after it cooked itself....

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    Re: AMD launches its Ryzen Pro 4000 series mobile processors

    The battery life of these laptops is going to be great!

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    Re: AMD launches its Ryzen Pro 4000 series mobile processors

    For the first time probably since inception, ultrabooks look like they might actually be a viable option for the everyday carry

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    Re: AMD launches its Ryzen Pro 4000 series mobile processors

    Quote Originally Posted by edmundhonda View Post
    Intel's 15w TDP parts are easier to cool than AMD's 15w parts? Is that where we are?
    no... it's more to do with how you'd actually use said cpu and the actual level of cooling in the surface book but then I didn't think I'd need to explain something so simple or obvious....

    If you 'need' a 8c/16t cpu in a laptop it's so you can do rendering and the likes which means longer use at higher temps... hence what looks like active cooling on those laptops. The surfacebook isn't exactly known for it's cooling is it... not to mention 'heat' is an issue that crops up quite regularly with it already so 15w is arguably too high for it if it's to be used in any demanding or professional usage...

    In fact I'd love to see an 8c/16t in a surfacebook... the only difference is I'm a realist and know it's not viable (due to my background in product design).... the only way it's viable with the current design is to basically make the screen part arm based and move the 'x64' bit solely into the base.. although obviously software is then the issue.

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    Re: AMD launches its Ryzen Pro 4000 series mobile processors

    Quote Originally Posted by edmundhonda View Post
    Intel's 15w TDP parts are easier to cool than AMD's 15w parts? Is that where we are?
    Nope - but Intels parts are currently easier to package into thinner designs which *can* help with cooling

    The AMD socket adds a lot of bulk - the Intel parts are hard soldered onto the board. Haven't seen anyone brave enough to solder an AMD direct to a board and to be fair I've not looked into if that's even possible right now
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