Gaming Laptops Powered By AMD Ryzen 4000 Mobile Now Available In Malaysia, With More Coming Soon

AMD has officially launched its new Ryzen 4000 Mobile series of CPUs for gaming laptops, with some models already available in Malaysia.

Codename Renoir, the Ryzen 4000 Mobile chips are the first x86 7nm CPUs. It’s smaller and more power-efficient than the previous 3rd generation.

For gaming, the Ryzen 4000 H-series is the one to look for- their names end with ‘H’. These have at least a 6-core, 12-thread setup for the Ryzen 5, and will have 8-core,16-thread for the Ryzen 7 and Ryzen 9 variants.

All of the Ryzen chips includes a Radeon graphics processor. Not as powerful as a dedicated GPU, but it’s something AMD has consistently included.

Here are the specs for the new AMD Ryzen 4000 H-series CPUs:

AMD Ryzen 5 4600H

  • Core/Thread: 8/16
  • Frequency (Up To) Boost/Base: 4.0/3.0 GHz
  • Cache: 11MB
  • Graphics Core: 6
  • Graphics Frequency: 1500 MHz
  • TDP: 45W

AMD Ryzen 7 4800H

  • Core/Thread: 8/16
  • Frequency (Up To) Boost/Base: 4.2/2.9 GHz
  • Cache: 12MB
  • Graphics Core: 8
  • Graphics Frequency: 1600 MHz
  • TDP: 45W

AMD Ryzen 9 4900H

  • Core/Thread: 8/16
  • Frequency (Up To) Boost/Base: 4.4/3.3 GHz
  • Cache: 12MB
  • Graphics Core: 8
  • Graphics Frequency: 1750 MHz
  • TDP: 45W

Several OEMs have announced to support AMD Ryzen 4000 Mobile CPUs for their 2020 laptops line in Malaysia. This includes Acer, ASUS, Lenovo, Dell, HP and MSI.

ASUS and Lenovo has since launched their new AMD Ryzen offerings. For ASUS, this comes in the new ASUS TUF A15 and A17 line, featuring over seven different spec variants for Malaysia available right now. As for Lenovo, this year will be the first of its Legion gaming line to adopt AMD innards with the Lenovo Legion 5.

Acer, Dell, and MSI will have gaming laptops powered by AMD coming to Malaysia later this year.

It’s rare to see a decent gaming laptop powered by AMD over the recent years, but it looks like that more OEMs are now adopting AMD CPUs in their lineup. 2020 will see more gaming laptops powered by the new Ryzen mobile chips.


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