Zen 3 architecture is about to come on stage, the first generation of 14 nm Zen、12nm Zen architecture is still full of vitality!
Facing the booming chrome Book entry-level notebook market,Amd has released the sharp dragon 3000C series processor and the speedlon 3000C series processor.
This is also the first time that Zen and Reebok have appeared in chrome book, claiming to have improved performance by up to 178% compared with previous generations.
Rui Lung 7 3700C、 Ruilong 5 3500C from the Picasoo family ,12 nm manufacturing process, Zen 、Vega architecture combination, are 4 core 8 threads ,6 MB cache.
The main frequency of the former is 2.3-4.0ghz and Vega 10 GPU is 1.4GHz, while the latter is reduced to 2.1-3.7ghz and Vega 8 is 1.2Ghz.
The Ruilong 33250c, Speedo gold 3150c, and velong silver 3050c are all from Dali family, with 14nm manufacturing process, Zen and Vega architecture combination, all of which are 2-core and 5MB cache.
Ruilong 3 3250c 2 core 4 threads, CPU main frequency 2.6-3.5ghz, with Vega 3 1.2Ghz, the speed dragon gold medal 3150c frequency is reduced to 2.4-3.3ghz, 1.1GHz, the other unchanged.
Speeddragon silver 3050c is the only 2 core 2 threadIt does not support multithreading technology. The main frequency of CPU is only 2.3-3.2ghz, and the GPU is shrunk to Vega 21.1ghz.
These five processors,The thermal design power consumption is 15W.
Amd claims that,Compared with the previous a6-9220c (2c2t / 1.8-2.7ghz / R3 GPU 720MHz / 6W) based on excavator and GCN architecture combination, the network performance of Ruilong 7 3700c is improved by 153-178%, graphics performance is improved by 251%, office productivity performance is improved by 104%, and image editing performance is improved by 152%.
Acer, ASUS, HP, Lenovo, etcBoth will launch new chromebooks based on the Reebok 3000C and the speeddragon 3000C series.
Data show that the annual compound growth rate of Chromebook notebook market in 2019-2021 can reach 8.1%, and the overall market share will reach 21.1% in 2021.
AMD A series processors had a 5.2% share last year and had grown rapidly to 21% in the second quarter.