Take the Ryzen 7 7950X and the previous-generation Ryzen 9 5950X as examples.At 65W TDP, the performance advantage of 7950X reached 74%, and at 105W TDP, it was also 37%.It can be said that the advantages of the low-power Zen4 architecture are more obvious.
What’s the point of this? First of all, for desktop users, if the CPU is not under heavy load in daily use, then the performance can be seen in general tasks, such as Internet access, video playback, office and other scenarios, which is more representative.
Of course, the more important meaning is actually on the mobile platform, don’t forget early next yearAMDA mobile version of the Ryzen 7000 will also be released. Yes, one is the Phoenix series, 4nm process, the successor of the Ryzen 6000H/U series, with a power consumption of 35~45W, supports LPDDR5 and PCIe 5.0, and is aimed at thin and light notebooks within 20mm thickness.
One is the mobile version code-named Dragon Range, with a 5nm process and a TDP of 55W for gaming laptops with a thickness of more than 20mm.
Zen4 architecture has a 74% performance improvement at low power consumption,Then the performance of the new generation of notebooks will be stronger, and it is normal to increase by more than 50% compared with the Ryzen 6000H/U series.
What is the reason for the rapid performance improvement of the Ryzen 7000 under low power consumption? AMD did not explicitly introduce it. It is guessed that the IOD core of the Ryzen 5000 will affect the performance under low power consumption.Previously, they were manufactured using GF’s 14nm and 12nm processes. This time, the IOD core of the Ryzen 7000 is a 6nm process.
Don’t underestimate the evolution of this process. Since the IOD has to work all the time, the power consumption of the IOD core from the 14nm to 6nm process will be much lower, giving the Ryzen 7000 at low TDP more sufficient performance space.