AMD has updated its Ryzen 7000 mobile stack with the introduction of the Ryzen 5 7545U processor featuring Zen 4 and Zen 4c architecture for improved power efficiency and scalability, providing more performance below 15W. The Ryzen 5 processors come with a four-core Radeon 740M graphics running at 2.8GHz, a base clock of 3.2GHz, and a boost clock of 4.9GHz.
May the chiplets be with you
AMD has announced updates to its Ryzen 7000 mobile stack (cod- named Phoenix). The updates include the introduction of the Ryzen 5 7545U processor, which features a blend of Zen 4 and Zen 4c architecture. Designed for density and power efficiency, Zen 4c now underpins certain SKUs within the Ryzen 7040U series.
The Zen 4c technology keeps scalability and efficiency top of mind, says AMD, as smaller cores with the same IPC can use less power to give more performance below 15W. Zen 4c also allows for potential future core count increases in the premium segment, places the same number of cores within 35% less area, and allows AMD to deliver more options for consumers.
The Ryzen 5 processors are equipped with a four-core Radeon 740M graphics running at 2.8GHz. The APU’s base clock is 3.2GHz and can be boosted to 4.9GHz. Full specs can be found here.