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Old 14-09-17, 03:49 PM
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AMD's Raven Ridge Ryzen 5 2500U has appeared on the Geekbench database

That is a lot of performance for what is expected to be a mobile APU.



Read more on AMD's upcoming Ryzen mobile APUs.

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On die Vega graphics? Holy moly these are gonna be a beast.
Intel is screwed when it comes to mobile. There e cpus are all still 2 cores!!!!! They have what was it 2 variants of 4 cores? That's totally unacceptable these days. Ryzen is gonna be a blessing
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On die Vega graphics? Holy moly these are gonna be a beast.
Intel is screwed when it comes to mobile. There e cpus are all still 2 cores!!!!! They have what was it 2 variants of 4 cores? That's totally unacceptable these days. Ryzen is gonna be a blessing
Holy moly that kind of heat/powerdraw. Not good for mobile
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Holy moly that kind of heat/powerdraw. Not good for mobile
Won't really be an issue. It's not a full Vega chip. Probably only 16CUs at most
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I'm waiting for a Ryzen/Vega APU in a device like a GPD Win. Perfect for ultra compact gaming, at least I hope so!
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Won't really be an issue. It's not a full Vega chip. Probably only 16CUs at most
But if its only 16cu, will it then be a beast?
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But if its only 16cu, will it then be a beast?
Yes. You need to keep into context of what an APU is. If it had 16CU which in hindsight it might be more like 10-14 it would be better than most $100 GPUs and the lower end APUs would at least be close.
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