AMD Announced Ryzen 7 2700U And Ryzen 5 2500U Quadcore Laptop CPUs With Vega Graphics !

We all knew that AMD is also making CPUs for Laptops but, we didn’t know if they would go the Intel way or their own way. But, it seems like they have actually gone the Intel way. They have announced two new processors called the Ryzen 7 2700U & the Ryzen 5 2500U. As it looks just by the numbers, these are AMD’s  U-series laptop Processors that are designed for Thin & Light Laptops and 2-in-1’s. Definitely made to compete the 8th Gen Intel Core i5 & i7 U-series, these Processors actually have head to head features with the Intel ones.


AMD Announced Ryzen 7 2700U And Ryzen 5 2500U Quadcore Laptop CPUs With Vega Graphics


 AMD Ryzen Laptop Processors (U-series)
Ryzen 5 2500URyzen 7 2700U
Process Technology14 nm14 nm
Number Of Cores44
Number Of Threads88
Base Frequency2.0 GHz3.6 GHz
Max Frequency2.2 GHz3.8 GHz
Cache Size6 MB6 MB
Memory TypeDDR4 – 2400 MHzDDR4 – 2400 MHz
Max Memory Channels22
GraphicsRadeon Vega GPURadeon Vega GPU
No Of GPU Cores810
Graphics Dynamic Frequency1.1 GHz1.3 GHz


So, as you’d expect the specs are really close match with the 8th Gen Intel Core i5 & i7 CPUs. We have 4 Hyper-threaded Cores, 2400 MHz DDR4 RAM support. Though AMD hasn’t mentioned the Number Of PCIe Lanes anywhere. The Base Clocks are a little bit faster on these CPUs but, we don’t expect them to perform better than the 8th Gen Intel ones cause, we have been catching these CPUs on Geekbench for a while now & the scores were not that impressive compared to their Intel competitors.

The one noticeable difference between the Laptop 8th Gen i7 CPUs & the Ryzen 7 2700U is the amount of Cache Memory. Both the i7-8550U & 8560U have 8MB Cache while the Ryzen 7  2700U only has 6MB Cache. The TDP is about the same at 15W so, you’ll be able to do some good Multi-core stuff but, long gaming sessions is not something these CPUs can handle pretty well.

Anyway, we’ll seeing these GPUs in thin & light devices pretty soon & the good news is they’ll reportedly be more affordable compared to the ones using the 8th Intel U-series CPUs. Well, what we really would like to test out is how AMD has controlled heating on these CPUs. Though they’re 15W Processors but, because of the Higher Clock Speeds, they might run a little bit hotter than the Intel. But, let’s just see how well AMD has made their deal with heating & throttling. In case we get our hands on, we’ll definitely let you know !


Source: AMD



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