AMD Rayon has been gaining ground on notebooks in recent years, but strangely, the latest generation of Rayon 6000H and Rayon 6000U series seem to have lost their popularity and are extremely scarce. The former has been exclusively owned by Asus for several months, while the latter is still rare.
However, in the handheld, the Sharp dragon 6000U has an unexpected breakthrough.
Recently, domestic console AYANEO 2 officially announced that it will be equipped with Raylong 7 6800U for the first time in the world. It claims that the theoretical performance is twice as good as SteamDeck, and the graphics performance has been equal to GTX 1050 Ti, which can run many AAA works smoothly.
Now, GPD, another Chinese console manufacturer, posted pictures of the first batch of ryelong 7 6800U processors, indicating that the development of the next generation console is in full motion and a test prototype is expected to be completed in June.
GPD used Intel ultra-low power M3 series for Win2 handheld, and changed to AMD embedded Ryelong V1000 for Win2, with relatively weak performance. This time, it came to the platform of the same level as the thin and light version, and the flagship Ryelong 7 6800U, which is bound to bring a leap in performance.
Raydragon 7 6800U adopts 6nm technology, Zen3 CPU architecture, RDNA2 GPU architecture, 8 cores, 16 threads, 16MB tertiary cache, main frequency 2.7-4.7ghz, 12 graphics cores (768SP), frequency 2.2ghz, power consumption set 15-28W.