Processors AMD Ryzen 4000 It is already a successful company, offering performance that has never been seen before in books, with a large number of brute Force based cores and process threads, and low usage.
The first evidence of this is already in evidence ASUS Zeus G14 It is equipped with an AMD Ryzen 9 4900HS, and its RTX 2060 Max-Q cannot be purchased in gaming performance on other laptops with a heavier processor but is equipped with the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070/2080 graphics.
High-performance RTXs on laptops with Intel processor
Unfortunately, it seems that we won't have the opportunity to buy laptops AMD Ryzen 4000 processor and high quality RTX graphics. While the Ryzen processor laptops continue to be announced slowly, none of them are equipped with a more powerful graphics card than the RTX 2060 Max-Q, though many of them are already installing the new Radeon RX 5500M and others. .
As Frank Azor (architect responsible for AMD gaming solutions and Alienware founder) has published, this is yet to be the case with the gaming laptop market, as he claims no OEM manufacturer has plans to launch the bookmarks with RTX 2080/2070 with the AMD Ryzen 4000 processor.
Not at the same rate. All of the below options for you are coming soon.
– Frank Azor (@AzorFrank) April 22, 2020
Intel's strategy or just the opportunity?
This is by far the best indication of Intel's new strategy of keeping all the big books in the market, since we will only be limited in knowing how to acquire a brand processor. There is clearly no evidence that this was a product strategy (it would not have been the first time they had taken a similar action to secure the exclusion of other parts of the market), and Intel has not mentioned any word of honor.
In any case, the fact that refusing to see the possibility of Lyzen 4000 laptops with high GPUs coming from a high AMD charge confirms that OEM laptop makers have deployed AMD in the mid-range segment Or, at the very least, the mid-range, something that seems absurd to see the performance of the latest AMD processors, of course.
However, Azor has hinted that this has been the decision of the manufacturers themselves and not Intel, AMD or NVIDIA, so also the idea of possible competition from Intel towards AMD is being strengthened as it did in the past (and remember that Intel was ordered to pay AMD a large sum of money for it.)