The next generation of mobile processors from AMD will compare the confused designation and thus should belong to the Ryzen 7000 series with Zen 4 architecture.
According to him, the new line of AMD Ryzen 7000U mobile processors, codenamed Phoenix, will have a new type of graphics that will be comparable in performance to a separate GeForce RTX 3060 mobile graphics card from Nvidia. For this comparison, however, the lowest variant with the current TDP of 60 W is meant. Nevertheless, this is an interesting report, ie if it is finally confirmed.
Phoenix GPU≈3060m 60W
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AMD will already use the RDNA 3 architecture for next-generation graphics chips, and the chips will also be manufactured using 5nm technology. Due to changes in both of these properties, a jump in performance can be expected for the graphics part, because the graphics scale relatively easily, which cannot be said for processor performance.
Interestingly, the mentioned chip segment should have a TDP between 35 W and 45 W, which must fit not only the processor cores, but also the mentioned integrated graphics with RDNA 3. We will see what the higher categories of Ryzen 7000H mobile processors will offer, but TDP will be in a higher category. The question is how AMD will use this and whether these models will have integrated graphics with even higher performance, or whether AMD will focus on a larger number of processor cores without using integrated graphics.