AMD has officially released more details for its new Ryzen 4000 laptop processors, with specs and benchmark results suggesting they could be even more powerful than Intel’s rial chips.
AMD’s Ryzen 4000 processors are split up into three main categories; U-Series, H-Series and Pro-Series. The U-Series chips are specifically made for ultra-thin consumer laptops, featuring up to eight cores for a respectable performance and improved integrated graphics so you can game without a graphics card.
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