Tuesday, July 3rd 2018

AMD Almost Ready to Market With High-Performance Mobile, H-Series APUs?

The curtains are falling for AMD's H-series of high performance APUs, it seems. Two consecutive leaks have shed some light on CPU and GPU specs for these elusive processors, which should slot in at 45 W total package power: atop the company's low power, 15 W TDP U series of mobile APUs but below the 65 W power envelope of the desktop G series. The first slide, shedding some light on the CPU portion of the APU, was leaked with model number ZM3301C3T4MFB_36/33_N in SiSoftware Sandra's database (and 3D Mark as well). According to the AMD model number decoder, the tested CPU is a Qualification Sample (QS), which means clocks should be final and in the pre-shipping phase.
The CPU is a 4-core affair with SMT, running at 3.3 GHz base and 3.6 GHz XFR Boost. As to the integrated graphics, the ZM3301C3T4MFB_36/33_N (let's call it a Ryzen 5 2400H, since it sits so close to AMD's 2400G in specs, but with the lowered power envelope) should carry mobile Vega 11, with 704 Stream Processors (11 CUs). This does help AMD cover some additional mobile platforms, now being able to cover the 15 W (U series), 35 W (GE series) and 45 W (H series) power envelopes for any and all APU designs OEMs and system integrators could think of.
Sources: via Reddit, SiSoftware Sandra Database Entry, TUM APISAK, via Reddit, @Eris_Florialia, Reddit
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9 Comments on AMD Almost Ready to Market With High-Performance Mobile, H-Series APUs?

#3
T1beriu
running at 3.3 GHz base and 3.6 GHz XFR Precision Boost
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#4
las
Where is AMD's mobile focus? Intel still dominates the mobile market. I've only seen a few laptops with Ryzen, low-end and cheap ones.
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sergionography
las
Where is AMD's mobile focus? Intel still dominates the mobile market. I've only seen a few laptops with Ryzen, low-end and cheap ones.
The slow reception of AMD from OEMs is the same reason the desktop/laptop market is dying/declining.
There seems to almost be no more desire to be appealing or innovative, and definitely no desire to what they consider "taking risk" in adopting more AMD platforms
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#6
nemesis.ie
@las The HP Envy X360 has been out for a good while and is not low end. It's really nice.

Per Computex there are a boat-load of new designs imminent.
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#7
Trxd


so a non -x threadripper is also in the works?
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#8
Caring1
Trxd


so a non -x threadripper is also in the works?
Or they made another error in that guesstimate chart.
Look at the core count section, how does 8 relate to the letters given?
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Mr B
las
Where is AMD's mobile focus? Intel still dominates the mobile market. I've only seen a few laptops with Ryzen, low-end and cheap ones.
I have a HP Envy x360 with Ryzen 5, it's definitely not low end...
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