July 17, 2024


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AMD Ryzen 7000 ‘Raphael-H’ Rumored To Be Featured In High-Performance Laptops With Up To 16 Zen 4 Cores

AMD’s next-generation Ryzen 7000 series high-end laptops with Zen 4 cores are aiming to become the ultimate mobile platform when they launch around late 2022 or early 2023 based on info in the latest leaks.

AMD Ryzen 7000 ‘Raphael-H’ Rumored To Be Featured In High-Performance Laptops With Up To 16 Zen 4 Cores

According to rumors from NNNiceMing and Greymon55, it looks like AMD is planning two distinct lineups of mobile chips based on the Zen 4 core architecture. The Ryzen 6000 Rembrandt lineup is expected to include Zen 3+ and RDNA 2 cores while the next-generation lineup is expected to offer Zen 4 cores.

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Now according to the rumor, AMD is expected to launch its Zen 4 core architecture not only for the Phoenix APU lineup which will be aimed at low-power and high-end mobility platforms but there’s also a higher-end segment that will be known as Raphael-H and that too will be powered by Zen 4 cores. The AMD Raphael codename has been specific to the desktop AM5 platform ever since it got leaked. But the latest rumors tell us that Raphael be headed to high-performance laptops too with Raphael-H chips.

Not much is known but we do know that just like Rembrandt and Phoenix, the Raphael chips will also offer integrated graphics support though they might carry a lower number of CUs running at higher clocks compared to their standard APU counterparts. The Raphael-H chips are said to offer up to 16 Zen 4 cores which will put AMD’s mobility lineup on par with their desktop offerings. The existing lineup is limited to 8 cores and 16 threads on laptops and that may be true for Phoenix so it makes sense to launch a high core count lineup under the Rapahel-H branding.

AMD’s mobility platforms will also be facing some heated competition from Intel who is planning up to 14 core mobility CPUs as a part of their Alder Lake-P lineup. Since Raphael is aiming for a 2022-2023 launch on notebooks, it will likely compete against Raptor Lake-H SKUs which will offer even more efficiency cores. That may raise the core count further for Intel chips and AMD couldn’t remain stuck at just 8 cores. Earlier, a leak from GamersNexus did point out 35-65W Raphael chips under the notebook segment. The new platform will offer support for up to 16 cores, 32 threads & 64 MB of L3 cache while being compatible with next-generation standards such as DDR5.

AMD Ryzen H-Series Mobility CPUs:

CPU Family Name AMD Raphael H-Series AMD Phoenix H-Series AMD Rembrandt H-Series AMD Cezanne-H Series AMD Renoir H-Series AMD Picasso H-Series AMD Raven Ridge H-Series
Family Branding AMD Ryzen 7000 (H-Series) AMD Ryzen 7000 (H-Series) AMD Ryzen 6000 (H-Series) AMD Ryzen 5000 (H-Series) AMD Ryzen 4000 (H-Series) AMD Ryzen 3000 (H-Series) AMD Ryzen 2000 (H-Series)
Process Node 5nm 5nm 7nm+ 7nm 7nm 12nm 14nm
CPU Core Architecture Zen 4 Zen 4 Zen 3+ Zen 3 Zen 2 Zen + Zen 1
CPU Cores/Threads (Max) 16/32? 8/16? 8/16 8/16 8/16 4/8 4/8
L2 Cache (Max) 4 MB 4 MB 4 MB 4 MB 4 MB 2 MB 2 MB
L3 Cache (Max) 32 MB 16 MB 16 MB 16 MB 8 MB 4 MB 4 MB
Max CPU Clocks TBA TBA TBA 4.80 GHz (Ryzen 9 5980HX) 4.3 GHz (Ryzen 9 4900HS) 4.0 GHz (Ryzen 7 3750H) 3.8 GHz (Ryzen 7 2800H)
GPU Core Architecture RDNA 2 6nm iGPU RDNA 2 6nm iGPU RDNA 2 7nm iGPU Vega Enhanced 7nm Vega Enhanced 7nm Vega 14nm Vega 14nm
Max GPU Cores TBA TBA TBA 8 CUs (512 cores) 8 CUs (512 cores) 10 CUs (640 Cores) 11 CUs (704 cores)
Max GPU Clocks TBA TBA TBA 2100 MHz 1750 MHz 1400 MHz 1300 MHz
TDP (cTDP Down/Up) 35W-45W (65W cTDP) 35W-45W (65W cTDP) 35W-45W (65W cTDP) 35W -54W(54W cTDP) 35W-45W (65W cTDP) 12-35W (35W cTDP) 35W-45W (65W cTDP)
Launch Q1 2023? Q1 2023? Q1 2022? Q1 2021 Q2 2020 Q1 2019 Q4 2018

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