AMD is finally bringing its RDNA 2 expertise into the textbook. In a statement from Computex today, the company announced the Radeon RX 6000M GPU series. He will bring back much of what we have seen in RX 6000 desktop GPUs for laptops: Efficient use of energy, efficient operation and compliance with the ray method. The new line will be led by the Radeon RX 6800M, which aims at high performance (120fps) 1,440p. As on the desktop, it will be directly directed to NVIDIA’s RTX 3080.
Not surprisingly, AMD is also launching the RX 6700M and 6600M models, which only watch 100fps 1,440p and 1080p games, respectively. AMD claims the new GPUs offer 50% faster, as well as up to 43 percent less power consumption, compared to the old RDNA GPUS. Those cards – the Radeon 5000M line – did not progress in the game, but were popular at the start of the Apple 2019 MacBook Pros. (This was one of the main reasons for that The 16-inch MacBook Pro was such a powerful tool.)
Under the hood, the RX 6800M comes with 40 units and ray accelerators, as well as 12GB of GDDR6 RAM. It shares a 2.3GHz clock speed of 6700M, but the card has 36 units and 10GB of RAM. 6600M entry level, meanwhile, 28 computer games and 8GB of RAM. Memory connections also grow from 192-bit on the last card to 128-bit at the very end. From the description itself, AMD’s new equipment seems like a big jump ahead. Previous Radeon 5000M cards were issued with 36 units and 8GB of RAM. (Not surprisingly, he didn’t make many laptops play.)
AMD claims that Radeon RX 6800M performs better than NVIDIA’s RTX 3080 in AAA’s big names such as The Faith of Assassin Valhalla and Bad City to Live. I usually take this with a lot of salt, but I have also tested the 6800M with the ASUS ROG Strix G15, and I can confirm that it exceeds 3080 in 3DMark’s TimeSpy Extreme benchmark. (We’re also seeing both machines coming up soon.) Like its electronic counterparts, however, the 6800M lags behind NVIDIA devices in the Port Royal benchmark. But hey, ray blockade is a choice this time.
If you are ready to play when you are on battery, AMD says 6800M is around 40% faster than 3080 when playing Bad City to Live. Obviously, open games are something that most players try to avoid if possible, but it’s interesting to note that AMD is considering this. It is unlikely that you would want to play a little while on a long car, or on an airplane, without an electric plug nearby.
Now AMD has it powerfully shoots Ryzen 5000 moving CPUs and new powerful GPUs, also trying to attract users (and PC makers) with its new AMD Advantage Framework. Similar to Intel’s Evo branding, it’s a way for consumers to know they’re getting a solid game. Specifically, AMD Advantage machines will play the latest Ryzen CPUs as well as Radeon GPUs, 144Hz high-speed refresh displays, FreeSync game screens, and NVMe drive drives. Sure, this is what you can look for in any gaming PC, but the AMD badge just makes it easy to know a few things you can expect from the new system.
Systems with AMD should also perform slightly faster than laptops with Ryzen CPU and NVIDIA GPU, thanks to Smartshift and Smart Access technology. These features can effectively differentiate power between AMD CPUs and GPUs, as well as provide CPUs with access to RAM gobs in Radeon GPUs. The company claims to be able to raise interest rates of up to 11 percent Border areas 3 with a 10% change in Wolfenstein knew him.
In addition, AMD has announced the FidelityFX Super Resolution, which has recently been launched with a wide range of visual effects. Similar to NVIDIA’s DLSS technology, it is a way to speed up game speeds by developing low-resolution formats. At the show of God, running in 4K and scanning rays, FSR was able to speed up the process by 59 percent. AMD also offers four types of FSR, allowing you to use it efficiently or reliably.
Given how DLSS has become important in research games like Control, it’s time for AMD to be competitive. Although positive, the company says FSR will also support NVIDIA equipment. (It’s an open source, after all.)
You can find systems like the ASUS ROG Strix G15, HP Omen 16 and others in June. FidelityFX Super Resolution, meanwhile, will launch on June 22nd.
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