For everybody who has actually been excitedly awaiting the very first laptop computers integrating AMD’s monolithic Zen 4 mobile CPU, AMD sends out word on a Friday afternoon that you’ll be waiting a bit longer. Laptop computers based upon AMD’s Ryzen Mobile 7040HS series CPUs have actually formally been postponed by a month, pressing their anticipated schedule from March to April.
Very first detailed throughout AMD’s CES 2023 keynote, the Ryzen Mobile 7040HS series (codename Phoenix) is AMD’s very first mobile-focused, monolithic die CPUs based upon the Zen 4 architecture, and will be their flagship silicon for mobile phones for 2023. Besides integrating AMD’s most current CPU architecture, Phoenix likewise includes into the mix an upgraded RDNA3 architecture iGPU, and for the very first time in any AMD CPU, a devoted AI processing block, which AMD has actually appropriately called the Ryzen AI. All of which, in turn, is fabbed utilizing TSMC’s 4nm procedure– making it the single most innovative piece of silicon out of AMD yet.
At the time of its statement, laptop computers based upon Phoenix were anticipated in March of this year (i.e. this month). Nevertheless AMD has actually sent out over a quick statement on a drowsy Friday afternoon mentioning that gadgets based upon the brand-new chips have actually been pressed back a month, to April, mentioning “platform preparedness.” AMD’s total statement is listed below:
To line up with platform preparedness and make sure the very best possible user experience, we now anticipate our OEM partners to introduce the very first note pads powered by Ryzen 7040HS Series processors in April.
Source: AMD PR