According to AMD's product roadmap, zen4-based APUS include the Pheonix Point and Dragon Range, both for notebook platforms. The former is a light book, and the latter is a game book, which is expected to debut as soon as early 2023 (CES?
Recently, whistleblower RedGamingTech revealed the Zen4 APU.
The flagship model of the Dragon Range family is expected to be the Ryelong 9 7980HX, with 16 cores and 32 threads,Then there are 12 core Ryryon 9 7900HX, 8 core Ryryon 7 7800HX, 6 core Ryryon 5 7600HX, the highest frequency 4.8~5GHz+. However, the GPU aspect is a little stingy, may be limited by the package size, only 2CU at most. This is not hard to understand, as the corresponding game book is bound to be a unique product.
After the sacrifice of Pheonix APU on CPU, the operating space of THE GPU is increased, and the maximum operating space can be up to 12CU cells. Related models are expected to include Ryzen 9 7980HS, Ryzen 9 7900HS, Ryzen 7 7800HS, Ryzen 5 7600HS, etc. Except for ryryosaur 5, they all have 8 cores.
The Pheonix family of display units, in addition to their larger size and frequency range up to 3GHz, are also very capable,Raydragon 9 7980HS integrates 1536 stream processors, with a single floating point accuracy of 9.2T and thermal design power consumption of 60~70W, aiming to match the performance of RTX 3060 mobile version.
The Zen4 APU also supports DDR, LPDDR5, and LPDDR5X memory at a maximum frequency of 8400MHz.