AMD announced its new Zen 3-based Ryzen 5000 mobile chips at CES on January 12th. To hear the company say, last year’s great Ryzen 4000 was just a warm-up.
While there is still a lot to know about how fast the new chip is, it is expected to dramatically increase single-thread performance and offer better battery life. But if you’re wondering how many PCIe lanes there are and how AMD was able to integrate Zen 3 into laptops so quickly, who better to tell us than AMD’s technical marketing director, Robert Hallock, who helped us with this CES Special Edition of connects? The nerd completely.
Hallock also tells us what to expect in terms of performance and battery life, and which laptop processor he thinks will be the predominant choice for high-end gaming laptops this year (the answer won’t surprise you).
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