But according to the latest news, the Ryzen 7000 series will be completely different.
According to the statement given by the hardware exposing expert Greymon55, the Ryzen 7000H series will be based on the Zen4 architecture of the 5nm process and divided into two series.
One is “Phoenix-H”, with up to 8 cores and 16 threads, and the thermal design power consumption is less than 40W.
The second is “Raphael-H”, which can reach up to 16 cores and 32 threads, and the thermal design power consumption will not be less than 45W.
GPU part will be upgraded toRDNA2 architecture, It will also be the first time that the mainstream Ryzen APU gets rid of the Vega architecture, but the specific specifications are not yet known.
It is worth mentioning that “Raphael” is generally considered to be the codename of the Zen4 desktop version of Ryzen, but information leaked as early as March last year showed that it will also have a mobile version, with a thermal design power consumption of up to 65W.
It now appears that PHoenix-H is an upgrade of the traditional mobile version, while Raphael-H takes the desktop version and uses it in the game book after appropriate adjustments.
In fact, Intel’s 12th-generation Core did the same, adding a new oneH55 series, Using S-BGA package, up to 8 large, 8 small, 16 core and 24 threads, thermal design power consumption 45-55W.
The desktop version of the Ryzen 7000 series of Zen4 architecture is expected to be released at the end of next year, and the mobile version of the Ryzen 7000H/U series will have to wait until early next year., Integrated 5nm process Zen4 CCD, 7nm process CIOD3, each CCD has up to 16 cores, 32 threads, and 32MB three-level cache.
Their rival will be Raptor Lake 13th-generation Core, which is still a hybrid architecture.