AMD mentions Ryzen 7 2800H-apu on its own website




A reference to the Ryzen 7 2800H is given in a footnote on an AMD web page. That would be a new Raven Ridge apu to be released this year. Officially, the processor is not yet announced. Presumably it is an apu for laptops.

AMD calls the Ryzen 7 2800H in the footnote on a promotion page about the 25×20 initiative. That was set up in 2014 and according to that plan AMD wants to release an apu in 2020 that is 25 times more energy efficient than the variants in 2014.

In a graph, AMD shows the performance level of ‘Raven Ridge 2018’. The footnote shows that this is based on a system with a Ryzen 7 2800H apu. AMD does not yet have such a product in its assortment. The performance of 2017 is based on a system with a Ryzen 7 2700U, according to the same footnote. That is a laptop processor and presumably this also applies to the new Ryzen 7 2800H.

The naming also seems to indicate a laptop processor. AMD previously released efficient Ryzen laptop processors with a U in the name, just as Intel does. Intel uses an H in the name of its more powerful laptop cpu’s and AMD seems to want to do that too.

Specifications of the Ryzen 7 2800H AMD is not yet known, but in May there already appeared references to the 2800H. There would also be a 2600H. In both cases it would be quadcores with smt. Further details on clock speeds, the integrated Vega-gpu and the tdp are not yet available.

Raven Ridge 2018

The relevant footnote: AMD Reference Platform, “Raven Ridge 2018” AMD Ryzen ™ 7 2800H, 2x8GB DDR4-3200, Samsung VLV2560 SSD, Windows 10 x64 16299.64, Graphics Driver: 23.20.768.0, 1920×1080


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