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AMD’s 7nm Ryzen 4000 laptop processors are finally here

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AMD has scored big 7nm performance wins over the last few months with its Ryzen 3000-series desktop CPUs, Threadripper 3000-series HEDT CPUs, and Epyc Rome server CPUs—and the newest addition to the family, the Ryzen Mobile 4000 series, looks like it will continue in the same vein.

No one should be surprised that the Ryzen Mobile 4000—which brings AMD's Zen 2 7nm architecture to the laptop world—outperforms Intel's laptop CPU offerings on multi-threaded performance or graphics performance. Even single-threaded performance—which has finally achieved par—isn't the big stumbling block we've been waiting to see if AMD could overcome.

The egregious black mark against AMD's mobile line over the last year or two hasn't been about performance at all—at first glance, it's about battery life. At a second, closer look, it's even more about OEM integration. We're pleased to see that AMD has taken giant strides to improve both issues with this year's mobile CPU lineup.

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