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AMD announced over 30 new Radeon and Ryzen products during today’s 2022 Product Premiere event, which included appearances by CEO Dr. Lisa Su and other key executives. Per AMD:

  • 20 new AMD Ryzen 6000 Series processors with the most powerful on-chip graphics available for notebook PCs.
  • Three new AMD Radeon RX 6000S Series GPUs optimized for thin-and-light gaming laptops.
  • Five new AMD Radeon RX 6000M Series GPUs for premium gaming laptops.
  • The new Radeon RX 6500 XT and Radeon RX 6400 desktop graphics cards for incredible 1080p gaming.
  • Updated AMD smart technologies designed to boost performance and extend battery life on AMD Advantage laptops.
  • The forthcoming AMD Software: Adrenalin Edition application featuring the new AMD Radeon Super Resolution (RSR) driver-based spatial upscaling technology.

AMD Radeon RX 6500 XT and Radeon RX 6400

Featuring a 6-nanometer GPU, the AMD Radeon RX 6500 XT graphics card will be available beginning on January 19 at an MSRP of $199. The Radeon RX 6400, on the other hand, is exclusive to OEMs. Their specifications are below.

AMD Ryzen 6000 Series Processors  

Built using TSMC’s 6-nanometer process, AMD’s Ryzen 6000 Series processors for laptops feature the Zen 3+ core architecture and RDNA 2 graphics. They are built on a new platform that adds the following features.

  • Advanced DDR5 memory for faster mobile computing.
  • Upgraded peripherals support with PCIe 4.0 and USB4.
  • AI noise cancellation to filter background noise.10
  • Powerful Wi-Fi 6E solutions from relationships with Qualcomm and MediaTek.
ModelCores/ThreadsBoost FrequencyCacheTDP
AMD Ryzen 9 6980HX8C/16TUp to 5.0GHz20MB45W+
AMD Ryzen 9 6980HS8C/16TUp to 5.0GHz20MB35W
AMD Ryzen 9 6900HX8C/16TUp to 4.9GHz20MB45W+
AMD Ryzen 9 6900HS8C/16TUp to 4.9GHz20MB35W
AMD Ryzen 7 6800H8C/16TUp to 4.7GHz20MB45W
AMD Ryzen 7 6800HS8C/16TUp to 4.7GHz20MB 35W
AMD Ryzen 5 6600H6C/12TUp to 4.5GHz19MB45W
AMD Ryzen 5 6600HS6C/12TUp to 4.5GHz19MB35W
AMD Ryzen 7 6800U8C/16TUp to 4.7GHz20MB15-28W
AMD Ryzen 5 6600U6C/12TUp to 4.5GHz19MB15-28W
AMD Ryzen 7 5825U8C/16TUp to 4.5GHz20MB15W
AMD Ryzen 5 5625U6C/12TUp to 4.3GHz19MB15W
AMD Ryzen 3 5425U4C/8TUp to 4.1GHz10MB15W

AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D with 3D V-Cache Technology

AMD’s first Ryzen processor utilizing its new 3D V-Cache Technology for greater performance is the Ryzen 7 5800X3D, a chip with 8 cores, 16 threads, a boost frequency of up to 4.5 GHz, a total cache (L2+L3) of 100 MB, and TDP of 105 watts. It will be available in Spring 2022.

Check out the video below for the rest of AMD’s exciting announcements, which includes a teaser for its Zen 4-based Ryzen 7000 Series processors and new AM5 socket. AMD says that the first of these will be available in the second half of 2022.

Source: AMD

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4 Comments

  1. Will the 6500XT be faster than a RX560? If so, I have a very old system I may upgrade.

    I’m really kind of bummed that the only vCache Ryzen is the 5800, and its not going to be immediately available – it will still nicely upgrade my 2700x on an x470 MB, but my 5950x is kind of a dud. The 5950x needs positive voltage just to be stable with PBO on, so I was kind of hoping to use my current 5950 to upgrade my NAS, and get a stacked vCache one for my main machine.

  2. I’m definitely interested in the vCache’d 5800X to upgrade my 3700X. Not a massive bump, but enough to justify it.

  3. [QUOTE=”Endgame, post: 46165, member: 1041″]
    Will the 6500XT be faster than a RX560? If so, I have a very old system I may upgrade.

    [/QUOTE]
    Yeah, sadly I’m contemplating a 6600 xt to replace a RX 480, but the 480 is holding its own and matches well with the CPU it’s currently paired with.

    The 6600 xt seems to be between a 5600 to 5700 but better energy consumption. It’s just the price that sucks. 1 to 2% increase of performance for 15+% price over the previous generation, before scalper adjustments.

    Meh

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