AMD released the Ryzen 7045HX series high-end gaming notebook processors at this year’s CES, which have the same specifications as the Ryzen 7000 desktop series, with up to 16 cores and 32 threads, up to 80MB L2+L3 cache, and the frequency can be adjusted. Up to 5.4GHz.
The AMD Ryzen 7045HX series can be seen as a model of the Ryzen 7000 desktop processor ported to a notebook, with the same number of cores and cache as the desktop, and a TDP of 55W+.
AMD compared the new R9 7945HX flagship model with the previous generation flagship R9 6900HX, and the Cinebench multi-core running score increased by up to 78%.
In the game test, the new generation of 7045HX series processors has also greatly improved. The frame rate of “League of Legends” has increased by 62%, “CS:GO” has increased by 45%, and “Far Cry 6” has increased by 29%.
AMD said that the Alienware m16/18, ROG Strix series and Lenovo Savior notebooks will be equipped with the R9 7945HX flagship processor, and the Alienware model will also be equipped with AMD’s RX 7000M notebook graphics. The series of notebooks will start shipping in February this year.
Ryzen 7045 series game processor model and parameters:
R9 7945HX: 16 cores and 32 threads, up to 5.4GHz, 80MB cache
R9 7845HX: 12 cores, 24 threads, up to 5.2GHz, 76MB cache
R7 7745HX: 8 cores, 16 threads, up to 5.1GHz, 40MB cache
R5 7645HX: 6 cores, 12 threads, up to 5.0GHz, 38MB cache