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8 Big CES 2022 Announcements And New Products You Might Have Missed

A wave of new CPUs and GPUs were revealed by Intel, AMD and Nvidia at CES 2022, as were several new laptops and desktops from Dell, HP, Lenovo and others that will use the new processors.

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AMD Reveals New CPUs, GPUs For Desktops, Laptops

AMD revealed several new CPUs and GPUs hitting the market soon for desktops and laptops while also teasing a new generation of desktop CPUs that can hit 5GHz on all cores.

One of the biggest announcements was AMD’s new Ryzen 6000 mobile CPUs for gaming, thin-and-light and commercial laptops. The 6-nanometer CPUs will help power more than 200 premium laptops coming out this year, with availability starting in February. The processors sport up to eight cores and a max boost frequency of 5GHz, and most of them will come with AMD’s powerful RDNA 2 graphics architecture. They’ll also support up to 24 hours of battery life for video playback.

AMD also announced a new Ryzen 7 desktop CPU coming this spring that will provide, on average, 15 percent faster performance for gaming compared to the Ryzen 9 5900X. This performance gain is made possible by a vertical cache that is stacked on top of the CPU, appropriately called the 3-D V-Cache, which gives the CPU a total L2 and L3 cache of 100MB, much higher than the Ryzen 9 5900X’s 70MB. For this reason, AMD is calling it the “world’s fastest gaming processor.”

The chipmaker expanded its GPU offerings as well, with five new 6nm, 35-watt GPUs in its Radeon RX 6000M lineup for gaming laptops. It also introduced a new lineup, the Radeon RX 6000S series for thin and light laptops. The company announced two new mid-range graphics cards for desktops too.

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