For years, gaming laptops have been threatening to match the portability and flexibility of their thin-and-light variants. And for years, AMD has threatened to disrupt the laptop market with the same energy and performance they brought to the desktop market. Finally, that promise is starting to be realised.
Maybe you’re in the market for a new CPU. And maybe you need something a little more beefy than the average four-core chip. So how about a gaming CPU with 16 cores?
Invited to give Computex’s opening keynote for the first time in the company’s history, AMD chief executive Dr Lisa Su began the annual tech show by demoing a 12-core, 24-thread Ryzen desktop gaming CPU, Navi GPUs and a new collaboration with Microsoft.