AMD Ryzen 5 4500U vs Ryzen 5 3500U – there is only one choice

A little over one year ago, AMD started an offensive of gaining glory in the laptop market. They did so by integrating their Zen architecture into mobile chips and then offering it with an aggressive price tag to manufacturers. Some of them, couldn’t refuse. We all know how it played out. Going from 12nm to 7nm year on year, AMD is providing one of the biggest jumps in recent processor history – both in terms of the desktop machinery and in the laptop worlds. Now, in 2020, AMD offers quite a lot of Ryzen 4000 processors. Some are rated at 15W TDP (designated by the U at the end of the name), and others at 35/45W of TDP (the H-series).

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