AMD has made two important promises: longer battery life and better integrated graphics.
After its presentation in February, the AMD Ryzen 6000 processors have landed in Peru, our country being the first to have its launch in the region.
The new generation of mobile processors from AMD comes with two great promises: much greater autonomy and integrated graphics that would be able to outperform some configurations with discrete graphics.
What changes in Ryzen 6000?
We can confidently say that AMD has a pretty competitive mobile processor lineup since the Ryzen 4000 , when we saw a huge jump in performance and efficiency.
Ryzen 6000 looks like another interesting jump for the company. The Ryzen 6000 are built on a 6 nanometer process under the Zen 3+ architecture.
AMD is so confident in the improved efficiency that it has claimed these can achieve up to 24 hours away from the plug.
In the graphics arena, RDNA 2 is coming to integrated graphics in laptops. The same architecture built into consoles like the PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X/S could make Ryzen 6000 ‘s integrated graphics outperform various discrete cards, especially at the entry-level.
In summary? Video games, especially multiplayer and casual types, will run just fine on a laptop’s integrated graphics. Months ago, AMD pointed out that it achieved more than 60 frames per second in low quality with The Ryzen 7 6800U in these games: Borderlands 3, Dethloop, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Back 4 Blood, Dota 2 (ultra quality), World of Warcraft and CS:GO (on ultra).
The Ryzen 7 and Ryzen 9 models will feature AMD Radeon 680M integrated graphics , while the Ryzen 5 will opt for AMD Radeon 660M . Of course, there will be many models that will combine mobile CPUs with discrete graphics from both AMD and NVIDIA .
On the security side, the Ryzen 6000 also features Microsoft Pluton , an integrated chip that supports the security features of Windows 11 .
What will happen to Ryzen 4000 and Ryzen 5000?
During the launch of Ryzen 6000 in Peru, we spoke with Giovanni Orezzoli, AMD Consumer Sales Manager for Ecuador and Peru.
He believes that these processors “will coexist”, at least for a while, with Ryzen 6000 . Orezzoli expects that from July we will find more and more models with Ryzen 6000 on the market.
In its presentation, AMD has highlighted the presence of ever lighter laptop models. Asus was present as one of the brands that will provide the most support to this new generation of processors.
AMD will have an interesting second half of the year
AMD already advanced more details about Ryzen 7000 at Computex . These processors under the Zen 4 architecture will arrive in the second half of the year with a new socket: AM5.
This will also mean the migration to DDR5 RAM and the implementation of PCIe 5.0.