AMD Ryzen Mobile APU’s Will Feature On-Die Vega Graphics – 40 Percent Boost

AMD Compute Graphics

Before AMD Ryzen processors came out, AMD processors were positioned to the mainstream market and below. Now that AMD has released seven different processors in the Ryzen series the company can now target the high performance compute market. There are three AMD Ryzen 7 processors that came out on March 2nd, 2017 and then those were followed up by four AMD Ryzen 5 on April 11th, 2017.

AMD Premium Market Coverage Before Ryzen

Thanks to the better performing Ryzen processors, AMD can now focus on gaining share in the premium market segment where the majority of revenue is made for corporations.

AMD Ryzen Premium Market Coverage

AMD took all seven of their Ryzen series processors and compared them to the closest priced Intel processor in multi-threaded workloads and found that they had a significant performance lead over Intel.

AMD Ryzen Versus Intel CPUs

AMD says the best is yet to come as Ryzen 3 processors will be coming out in Q3 2017 and Ryzen Mobile processors will be coming to the consumer market. You also have Ryzen Pro and Mobile Ryzen Pro processors. The Ryzen Mobile processors will have on-die Vega graphics.

AMD Ryzen Rollout

AMD Ryzen Mobile will be the first ‘Zen’-Based APU and it will have 50% more performance than AMD’s current mobile processors. The Ryzen Mobile processors will also have improved graphics performance thanks to the integrated on-die Radeon Vega graphics cores.

AMD Ryzen Mobile


  • CPUsAreHistory

    Looking forward to buying my ThreadRipper high-end workstation with the highest end Vega card.. Would love to see how it rips through computing/processing/visualizing large and very large data sets..

    I want to see too the 512 TB HBCC memory cache controller in actions.. Most likely it will change the paradigm on how to access data and wonder if it can map into its virtual process space a 2 TB dataset located in RAM and/or disk. It would just hugely simplify a lot of coding and algorithms.



      Seriously though. Why would a system not be able to take advantage of its own hardware…? Developers need to allow programs to take “full” advantage of ALL available resources on the users system.

      If one has 64Gb of RAM then that person should be allowed to use 80-90 percent of their RAM to cache/store most all available data the program is streaming in. Anything to make resources more available and widely used is exactly what I have been waiting for for years.

      People using scratch disks on SSD’s and or now NVME drives would now be able to throw in 2-4Tb of RAM and have no need for them scratch disks as they’d be slower than what the RAM can provide. That is if you’re not “raiding” those NVME drives…..

      I just want hardware to be properly utilized really…..