On the AMD official website, two new integrated APUs have appeared, aimed at the Gaming Laptops and All-In-One sector, called Ryzen 7 2800H and Ryzen 5 2600H more powerful chips than the current Ryzen 2700U and 2500U. These solutions are closer to the Ryzen 2200G and 2400G desktop APUs that we saw in detail in one of our reviews. It seems that AMD is betting strongly on the sector of low consumption processors, as shown by the recent announcement of its Athlon 200GE APU that has an even lower TPD.
These new APU Ryzen 7 2800H and Ryzen 5 2600H have now support for DDR4-3200 memory which is a good progress because we must remember that the memory of the GPU is shared with the system which is crucial to its speed. Another very interesting point is the increase in consumption up to 45W compared to the current U series that stays at 15W and brings them closer to the 65W of the desktop Ryzen APU, according to the data on the web we will have a variable consumption between 35W and 54W. Those consumption values that given the performance of their Vega GPU leave far behind in the graphic section to its competitors of Intel with the classic Intel HD Graphics GPU integrated.
In the new APU Ryzen 7 2800H and Ryzen 5 2600H also provide greater speed in the clocks of the CPU and the GPU, the number of threads also increases from four to eight, which implies a significant improvement in multitasking processes. These new APUs are already listed in some manufacturers as we have seen in an HP All-in-One Pavilion, they are expected to be available immediately so we will have a much more powerful portable devices soon.