AMD is expected to be released at the CES 2024 conference early next year & ldquo; 's new generation & rdquo; notebook processor & ldquo;Hawk Point”, is expected to name the Ruilong 8040 series, which will continue to be divided into H, HS and U subseries.
But there is no Zen5, no RDNA3.5, but now the Pheonix series vest, is still the combination of Zen4, RDNA3.
Now, we know the full-line model names of the Ruilong 8040 series, no surprise.
The most high-end is Ruilong 9 8940H, which is exactly the same as today's Ruilong 9 7640H, or 8 core 16 threads, Radeon 780m 20 unit nuclear display, and even the frequency is 4.0-5.2GHz.
Is there no increase in frequency? It's not supposed to be, or it's just a change of name. Ruilong 77735H has improved 50MHz & hellip;&hellip
And down there.8-core sharp dragon 7 8840H/HS, 6-core sharp dragon 5 8640H/HS, 8-core sharp dragon 7 8840U, 6-core sharp dragon 58640UThey all correspond to the existing models one by one, and the first digit 7 becomes 8.
Their frequency is not clear.
It should be noted that there are two cores in the Ruilong 7040 series. Pheonix1 is the big core of the pure Zen4 architecture, while Pheonix2 is the small core of the mixed architecture of Zen4 and Zen4c. Based on the latter, the Ruilong 57545U and the Ruilong 37440U have just been released, so there is no new version for the next generation.
There is speculation thatRuilong 8040 series will use the new version of core Pheonix3But I can't confirm it, and I don't know how it will change.
As for notebook processors based on Zen5 architecture, the Kraken Point will not be available until the middle of next year at the earliest, replacing this wave of vests.
By early 2025, we will see flagship Fire Range, sub-flagship Strix Halo, and high-end Strix Point of Zen5 architecture.