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    A deeper look at AMD 5000 Series Mobile processors

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    Re: A deeper look at AMD 5000 Series Mobile processors

    All the new chips (U or H) come with 2,100MHz Vega GPU?

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    Re: A deeper look at AMD 5000 Series Mobile processors

    Quote Originally Posted by lumireleon View Post
    All the new chips (U or H) come with 2,100MHz Vega GPU?
    If configured correctly yes... doubt if configured down to lower power envelopes they'd ever get that high
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    Re: A deeper look at AMD 5000 Series Mobile processors

    Quote Originally Posted by 3dcandy View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by lumireleon View Post
    All the new chips (U or H) come with 2,100MHz Vega GPU?
    If configured correctly yes... doubt if configured down to lower power envelopes they'd ever get that high
    Manufacturers seldom allow AMD hw (especially U parts) to clock to its full potential and operate up to the maximum designated TDP... but its possible things will be different this time.

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    Re: A deeper look at AMD 5000 Series Mobile processors

    Quote Originally Posted by deksman2 View Post
    Manufacturers seldom allow AMD hw (especially U parts) to clock to its full potential and operate up to the maximum designated TDP... but its possible things will be different this time.
    Because they tweak them for maximum battery life. Some you can do it in the BIOS but mainly they tweak them down to say 35W for thermal performance
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    Re: A deeper look at AMD 5000 Series Mobile processors

    I picked up an HP Envy with the 4500U in it, and it's a fabulous chip (HP bloatware aside, it's a lovely machine all around, too). Very pleased to see AMD build on their success here. Though we must always keep pushing them: linux drivers, c'mon AMD! Please give us a proper alternative to Intel/Nvidia under linux!

    Typo in the product range table: I'm pretty sure the 4500U isn't based on a 7m process (!)

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    Re: A deeper look at AMD 5000 Series Mobile processors

    Quote Originally Posted by Roobubba View Post
    I picked up an HP Envy with the 4500U in it, and it's a fabulous chip (HP bloatware aside, it's a lovely machine all around, too). Very pleased to see AMD build on their success here. Though we must always keep pushing them: linux drivers, c'mon AMD! Please give us a proper alternative to Intel/Nvidia under linux!

    Typo in the product range table: I'm pretty sure the 4500U isn't based on a 7m process (!)
    It sure is built on TSMC 7nm

    https://www.amd.com/en/products/apu/amd-ryzen-5-4500u
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