AMD Announces World’s Highest Performance Desktop and Ultrathin Laptop Processors at CES 2020

– AMD Ryzen™ 4000 Seri­es mobi­le pro­ces­sors to power lap­tops from top OEMs fea­turing the most power­ful1 and most por­ta­ble2 mobi­le com­pu­ting expe­ri­en­ces with advan­ced power effi­ci­en­cy3 over pre­vious genera­ti­on 

   – AMD intro­du­ces world’s first 64-core HEDT pro­ces­sor4, AMD Ryzen™ Thre­ad­rip­per™ 3990X with lea­ders­hip per­for­mance5 –

LAS VEGAS, Jan. 06, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — CES 2020 – Today, AMD (NASDAQ: AMD) announ­ced the world’s first x86 8‑core ultrat­h­in lap­top pro­ces­sors1 as part of the AMD Ryzen™ 4000 Seri­es Mobi­le Pro­ces­sor fami­ly, built on the ground­brea­king “Zen 2” core archi­tec­tu­re with inno­va­ti­ve 7nm pro­cess tech­no­lo­gy and opti­mi­zed high per­for­mance Rade­on™ gra­phics in an SOC design. As the third genera­ti­on of AMD Ryzen Mobi­le pro­ces­sors, the new 4000 Seri­es pro­vi­des unpre­ce­den­ted per­for­mance levels, signi­fi­cant design enhan­ce­ments, and incredi­ble power effi­ci­en­cy for ultrat­h­in and gaming lap­tops. AMD also announ­ced the AMD Ath­lon™ 3000 Seri­es Mobi­le Pro­ces­sor fami­ly powe­red by “Zen” archi­tec­tu­re, enab­ling modern com­pu­ting expe­ri­en­ces with real per­for­mance for a wider ran­ge of lap­top users. Con­su­mers will be able to purcha­se the first AMD Ryzen 4000 Seri­es and Ath­lon 3000 Seri­es powe­red lap­tops from Acer, Asus, Dell, HP, Leno­vo, and others star­ting in Q1 2020, with more sys­tems expec­ted to launch throughout 2020 with glo­bal OEM partners.

In addi­ti­on, AMD announ­ced the high­ly anti­ci­pa­ted 64-core, 128-thread AMD Ryzen™ Thre­ad­rip­per™ 3990X will be avail­ab­le glo­bal­ly expec­ted Febru­a­ry 7, 2020. Pur­po­se-built to enab­le extre­me per­for­mance for 3D, visu­al effects, and video pro­fes­sio­nals, the 3990X deli­vers up to 51% fas­ter ren­de­ring per­for­mance than the AMD Ryzen Thre­ad­rip­per 3970X pro­ces­sor5.  

We are kicking off 2020 with a bang, brin­ging unmat­ched per­for­mance, gra­phics, and lon­ger bat­te­ry life to ultrat­h­in and gaming lap­top users with the new AMD Ryzen 4000 Seri­es Mobi­le Pro­ces­sors,” said Saeid Mosh­ke­la­ni, seni­or vice pre­si­dent and gene­ral mana­ger, AMD Cli­ent Com­pu­te. “We saw his­to­ric port­fo­lio growth for AMD Ryzen™ Mobi­le-powe­red sys­tems in 2019, and we are alrea­dy on track to bring wider sys­tem adop­ti­on of AMD Ryzen 4000 Seri­es Mobi­le Pro­ces­sors in 2020 from major OEM part­ners, offe­ring twice the power-effi­ci­en­cy from the pre­vious genera­ti­on3.”

AMD Ryzen 4000 Seri­es Mobi­le Pro­ces­sors with Rade­on™ Graphics
Fea­turing up to 8 cores and 16 threads, the AMD Ryzen 4000 U‑Series Mobi­le Pro­ces­sors pro­vi­de incredi­ble respon­si­ve­ness and por­ta­bi­li­ty, deli­vering dis­rup­ti­ve per­for­mance for ultrat­h­in lap­tops with a con­fi­gura­ble 15W TDP6. Addi­tio­nal­ly, with more than 90 mil­li­on lap­top gamers and creators7, the AMD Ryzen 4000 H‑Series Mobi­le Pro­ces­sors are the new stan­dard for gaming and con­tent crea­ti­on in inno­va­ti­ve, thin and light lap­tops with a con­fi­gura­ble 45W TDP6.

The new AMD Ryzen 7 4800U offers:

  • Up to 4% grea­ter sin­gle-thread per­for­mance and up to 90% fas­ter mul­ti­threa­ded per­for­mance than the com­pe­ti­ti­on8
  • Up to 18% fas­ter gra­phics per­for­mance than the com­pe­ti­ti­on9

The new AMD Ryzen 7 4800H offers:

  • Up to 5% grea­ter sin­gle-threa­ded and up to 46% grea­ter mul­ti-threa­ded per­for­mance than the com­pe­ti­ti­on10
  • Up to 25% fas­ter 4K video enco­ding using Ado­be Pre­mier than the com­pe­ti­ti­on11
  • Up to 39% grea­ter game­play phy­sics simu­la­ti­on per­for­mance than the com­pe­ti­ti­on12

AMD also detail­ed AMD SmartS­hift tech­no­lo­gy, allowing users to harness Ryzen 4000 Mobi­le Pro­ces­sors, Rade­on Gra­phics, and the latest AMD Rade­on Soft­ware Adre­na­lin 2020 edi­ti­on, advan­cing com­pu­ting expe­ri­en­ces by effi­ci­ent­ly opti­mi­zing per­for­mance as nee­ded taking gaming expe­ri­en­ces to unpre­ce­den­ted new levels. By dyna­mi­cal­ly shif­ting power bet­ween the Ryzen pro­ces­sor and Rade­on gra­phics, AMD SmartS­hift tech­no­lo­gy seam­less­ly deli­vers up to 10% grea­ter gaming per­for­mance13 and up to 12% more con­tent crea­ti­on per­for­mance14.

3rd Gen AMD Ryzen Thre­ad­rip­per 3990X Processor
AMD also laun­ched the high­ly anti­ci­pa­ted AMD Ryzen Thre­ad­rip­per 3990X, the world’s first 64-core desk­top pro­ces­sor. Creators around the world can purcha­se the indus­try-lea­ding pro­ces­sor from par­ti­ci­pa­ting glo­bal retailers and sys­tem inte­gra­tors with on-shelf avai­la­bi­li­ty expec­ted Febru­a­ry 7, 2020.

With an unpre­ce­den­ted amount of sin­gle-socket com­pu­te per­for­mance in a desk­top plat­form, the AMD Ryzen Thre­ad­rip­per 3990X will be the defi­ni­ti­ve solu­ti­on for digi­tal con­tent crea­ti­on pro­fes­sio­nals working with 3D ani­ma­ti­on, ray­t­raced VFX, and 8K video codecs delivering;

  • Up to 51% grea­ter per­for­mance than the indus­try-lea­ding Ryzen Thre­ad­rip­per 3970X in 3D Ray Tra­cing with the MAXON Cinema4D Ren­de­rer5
  • An his­to­ric Cine­bench R20.06 score of 25,399 points for a sin­gle pro­ces­sor5

AMD Ath­lon 3000 Seri­es Mobi­le Pro­ces­sors with Rade­on Graphics
Brin­ging con­su­mers more choice, the new AMD Ath­lon 3000 Seri­es Mobi­le Pro­ces­sor fami­ly expands the reach of the power­ful “Zen” archi­tec­tu­re to main­stream note­books. Ath­lon 3000 Seri­es enab­les modern com­pu­ting expe­ri­en­ces such as Win­dows Hel­lo and Cor­ta­na, real per­for­mance for day-to-day pro­duc­ti­vi­ty, and Full HD strea­ming. Offe­ring up to 86% fas­ter gra­phics and up to 51% bet­ter pro­duc­ti­vi­ty per­for­mance over the com­pe­ti­ti­on15,16, sys­tems are sla­ted to be avail­ab­le from glo­bal OEMs in ear­ly 2020.

Pro­duct Spe­ci­fi­ca­ti­ons: Ryzen™ 4000 Seri­es & Ath­lon™ 3000 Seri­es Mobi­le Processors

AMD Ryzen™ 7 4800H 8C/16T 45W Up to 4.2 / 2.9 GHz Rade­on™ Graphics 7 12
AMD Ryzen™ 5 4600H 6C/12T 45W Up to 4.0 / 3.0 GHz Rade­on™ Graphics 6 11
AMD Ryzen™ 7 4800U 8C/16T 15W Up to 4.2 / 1.8 GHz Rade­on™ Graphics 8 12
AMD Ryzen™ 7 4700U 8C/8T 15W Up to 4.1 / 2.0 GHz Rade­on™ Graphics 7 12
AMD Ryzen™ 5 4600U 6C/12T 15W Up to 4.0 / 2.1 GHz Rade­on™ Graphics 6 11
AMD Ryzen™ 5 4500U 6C/6T 15W Up to 4.0 / 2.3 GHz Rade­on™ Graphics 6 11
AMD Ryzen™ 3 4300U 4C/4T 15W Up to 3.7 / 2.7 GHz Rade­on™ Graphics 5 6
AMD Ath­lon™ Gold 3150U 2C/4T 15W Up to 3.3 / 2.4 GHz Rade­on™ Graphics 3 5
AMD Ath­lon™ Sil­ver 3050U 2C/2T 15W Up to 3.2 / 2.3 GHz Rade­on™ Graphics 2 5

Pro­duct Spe­ci­fi­ca­ti­on: 3rd Gen AMD Ryzen Thre­ad­rip­per 3990X                  

(pro­ces­sor +
AMD Ryzen™ Thre­ad­rip­per™ 3990X 64/128 280W Up to 4.3 / 2.9 288 88 (72 useable) $3,990 Feb 7, 2020

Sup­por­ting Resources

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Inves­tors are cau­tio­ned that the for­ward-loo­king state­ments in this docu­ment are based on cur­rent beliefs, assump­ti­ons and expec­ta­ti­ons, speak only as of the date of this docu­ment and invol­ve risks and uncer­tain­ties that could cau­se actu­al results to dif­fer mate­ri­al­ly from cur­rent expec­ta­ti­ons. Such state­ments are sub­ject to cer­tain known and unknown risks and uncer­tain­ties, many of which are dif­fi­cult to pre­dict and gene­ral­ly bey­ond AMD’s con­trol, that could cau­se actu­al results and other future events to dif­fer mate­ri­al­ly from tho­se expres­sed in, or implied or pro­jec­ted by, the for­ward-loo­king infor­ma­ti­on and state­ments. Mate­ri­al fac­tors that could cau­se actu­al results to dif­fer mate­ri­al­ly from cur­rent expec­ta­ti­ons inclu­de, without limi­ta­ti­on, the fol­lowing: Intel Corporation’s domi­nan­ce of the micro­pro­ces­sor mar­ket and its aggres­si­ve busi­ness prac­ti­ces may limit AMD’s abi­li­ty to com­pe­te effec­tively; AMD reli­es on third par­ties to manu­fac­tu­re its pro­ducts, and if they are unab­le to do so on a time­ly basis in suf­fi­ci­ent quan­ti­ties and using com­pe­ti­ti­ve tech­no­lo­gies, AMD’s busi­ness could be mate­ri­al­ly adver­se­ly affec­ted; fail­u­re to achie­ve expec­ted manu­fac­tu­ring yiel­ds for AMD’s pro­ducts could nega­tively impact its finan­cial results; AMD has a wafer sup­ply agree­ment with GF with obli­ga­ti­ons to purcha­se all of its micro­pro­ces­sor and APU pro­duct requi­re­ments, and a cer­tain por­ti­on of its GPU pro­duct requi­re­ments, from GLOBALFOUNDRIES Inc. (GF) with limi­ted excep­ti­ons. If GF is not able to satisfy AMD’s manu­fac­tu­ring requi­re­ments, its busi­ness could be adver­se­ly impac­ted; the suc­cess of AMD’s busi­ness is depen­dent upon its abi­li­ty to intro­du­ce pro­ducts on a time­ly basis with fea­tures and per­for­mance levels that pro­vi­de value to its cus­to­mers while sup­por­ting and coin­ci­ding with signi­fi­cant indus­try tran­si­ti­ons; if AMD can­not gene­ra­te suf­fi­ci­ent reve­nue and ope­ra­ting cash flow or obtain exter­nal finan­cing, it may face a cash short­fall and be unab­le to make all of its plan­ned invest­ments in rese­arch and deve­lo­p­ment or other stra­te­gic invest­ments; the loss of a signi­fi­cant cus­to­mer may have a mate­ri­al adver­se effect on AMD; AMD’s rece­i­pt of reve­nue from its semi-cus­tom SoC pro­ducts is depen­dent upon its tech­no­lo­gy being desi­gned into third-par­ty pro­ducts and the suc­cess of tho­se pro­ducts; glo­bal eco­no­mic uncer­tain­ty may adver­se­ly impact AMD’s busi­ness and ope­ra­ting results; AMD’s ope­ra­ti­ons are sub­ject to poli­ti­cal, legal and eco­no­mic risks and natu­ral dis­as­ters which could have a mate­ri­al adver­se effect on AMD; government actions and regu­la­ti­ons such as export admi­nis­tra­ti­on regu­la­ti­ons, tariffs and tra­de pro­tec­tion mea­su­res, may limit AMD’s abi­li­ty to export its pro­ducts to cer­tain cus­to­mers; AMD pro­ducts may be sub­ject to secu­ri­ty vul­nera­bi­li­ties that could have a mate­ri­al adver­se effect on AMD; IT outa­ges, data loss, data breaches and cyber-attacks could com­pro­mi­se AMD’s intel­lec­tu­al pro­per­ty or other sen­si­ti­ve infor­ma­ti­on, be cos­t­ly to reme­dia­te and cau­se signi­fi­cant dama­ge to its busi­ness and repu­ta­ti­on; AMD’s ope­ra­ting results are sub­ject to quar­ter­ly and sea­so­nal sales pat­terns; AMD may not be able to gene­ra­te suf­fi­ci­ent cash to ser­vice its debt obli­ga­ti­ons or meet its working capi­tal requi­re­ments; AMD has a lar­ge amount of indeb­ted­ness which could adver­se­ly affect its finan­cial posi­ti­on and pre­vent it from imple­men­ting its stra­te­gy or ful­fil­ling its con­trac­tu­al obli­ga­ti­ons; the agree­ments gover­ning AMD’s notes and the Secu­red Revol­ving Line of Credit impo­se restric­tions on AMD that may adver­se­ly affect its abi­li­ty to ope­ra­te its busi­ness; the mar­kets in which AMD’s pro­ducts are sold are high­ly com­pe­ti­ti­ve; the con­ver­si­on of the 2.125% Con­ver­ti­ble Seni­or Notes due 2026 may dilu­te the owners­hip inte­rest of its exis­ting stock­hol­ders, or may other­wi­se depress the pri­ce of its com­mon stock; uncer­tain­ties invol­ving the orde­ring and ship­ment of AMD’s pro­ducts could mate­ri­al­ly adver­se­ly affect it; the demand for AMD’s pro­ducts depends in part on the mar­ket con­di­ti­ons in the indus­tries into which they are sold. Fluc­tua­tions in demand for AMD’s pro­ducts or a mar­ket decli­ne in any of the­se indus­tries could have a mate­ri­al adver­se effect on its results of ope­ra­ti­ons; AMD’s abi­li­ty to design and intro­du­ce new pro­ducts in a time­ly man­ner is depen­dent upon third-par­ty intel­lec­tu­al pro­per­ty; AMD depends on third-par­ty com­pa­nies for the design, manu­fac­tu­re and sup­ply of mother­boards, soft­ware and other com­pu­ter plat­form com­pon­ents to sup­port its busi­ness; if AMD loses Micro­soft Corporation’s sup­port for its pro­ducts or other soft­ware ven­dors do not design and deve­lop soft­ware to run on AMD’s pro­ducts, its abi­li­ty to sell its pro­ducts could be mate­ri­al­ly adver­se­ly affec­ted; and AMD’s reli­an­ce on third-par­ty dis­tri­bu­tors and AIB part­ners sub­jects it to cer­tain risks.  Inves­tors are urged to review in detail the risks and uncer­tain­ties in AMD’s Secu­ri­ties and Exchan­ge Com­mis­si­on filings, inclu­ding but not limi­ted to AMD’s Quar­ter­ly Report on Form 10‑Q for the quar­ter ended Sep­tem­ber 28, 2019.

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 Demons­tra­ted by Ryzen 7 4800 seri­es mobi­le pro­ces­sor having 8 cores, while com­pa­ra­ble com­pe­ti­ti­ve pro­duct (Intel 10th genera­ti­on mobi­le pro­ces­sors) offer up to 6 cores. RM3-05
2 Tes­ting as of 12/19/19 by AMD per­for­mance labs. RM3-124
3 Tes­ting by AMD Per­for­mance Labs as of 11/22/2019 uti­li­zing the Ryzen 7 4800U vs. 2nd Gen Ryzen 7 3700U in Cine­bench R20 Bench­mark. Results may vary. RM3-123
4 Based on AMD inter­nal ana­ly­sis, Decem­ber 2019. CPK-24
5 Tes­ting by AMD Per­for­mance Labs as of 12/17/2019 in Cine­bench R20.06 using an AMD Ryzen Thre­ad­rip­per 3990X and AMD Ryzen Thre­ad­rip­per 3970X. 3990X sys­tem con­fi­gu­red with 8x32GB DDR4-2667 @ 20–19-19–43; 3970X sys­tem con­fi­gu­red with 4x16GB DDR4-3600 @ 16–16-16–36; Per­for­mance eva­lua­ted using Win­dows 10 18362.476. Results may vary. CPK-25
6 Though both are often mea­su­red in watts, it is important to dis­tin­guish bet­ween ther­mal and electri­cal watts. Ther­mal wat­ta­ge for pro­ces­sors is con­vey­ed via ther­mal design power (TDP). TDP is a cal­cu­la­ted value that con­veys an appro­pria­te ther­mal solu­ti­on to achie­ve the inten­ded ope­ra­ti­on of a pro­ces­sor. Electri­cal watts are not a varia­ble in the TDP cal­cu­la­ti­on. By design, electri­cal watts can vary from workload to workload and may exceed ther­mal watts. GD-109
7 JPR rese­arch, Decem­ber 2019
8 Tes­ting by AMD Per­for­mance Labs as of 12/09/2019 uti­li­zing an AMD Ryzen™ 4800U refe­rence sys­tem and a Dell XPS 7390 sys­tem with Intel® Core i7-1065­G7 pro­ces­sor in Cine­bench R20 1T and nT.  Results may vary. RM3-63
9 Tes­ting by AMD Per­for­mance Labs as of 12/09/2019 uti­li­zing an AMD Ryzen™ 4800U refe­rence sys­tem and a Dell XPS 7390 sys­tem with Intel® Core i7-1065­G7 pro­ces­sor in 3DMark11 Per­for­mance. Results may vary. RM3-75
10 Tes­ting by AMD Per­for­mance Labs as of 12/09/2019 uti­li­zing an AMD Ryzen™ 4800H refe­rence sys­tem and an ASUS Zephyrus‑M GU502GV sys­tem with Intel® Core i7-9750H pro­ces­sor in Cine­bench R20 1T and nT.  Results may vary. RM3H‑1
11 Tes­ting by AMD Per­for­mance Labs as of 12/09/2019 uti­li­zing an AMD Ryzen™ 4800H refe­rence sys­tem and an ASUS Zephyrus‑M GU502GV sys­tem with Intel® Core i7-9750H pro­ces­sor in Ado­be Pre­mie­re.  Results may vary. RM3H‑4
12 Tes­ting by AMD Per­for­mance Labs as of 12/09/2019 uti­li­zing an AMD Ryzen™ 4800H refe­rence sys­tem and an ASUS Zephyrus‑M GU502GV sys­tem with Intel® Core i7-9750H pro­ces­sor in 3DMark Fire­strike Phy­sics.  Results may vary. RM3H‑2
13 Tes­ting done by AMD per­for­mance labs 12/20/2019 on Ryzen 7 4800H with Rade­on RX 5600M, dri­ver 19.40–191203a, with 16GB DDR4-3200Mhz RAM. PC manu­fac­tu­rers may vary con­fi­gu­ra­ti­ons yiel­ding dif­fe­rent results. Per­for­mance may vary. RR-002
14 Tes­ting done by AMD per­for­mance labs 12/20/2019 on Ryzen 7 4800H and Rade­on RX 5600M. PC manu­fac­tu­rers may vary con­fi­gu­ra­ti­ons yiel­ding dif­fe­rent results. Per­for­mance may vary. RR-001
15 Tes­ting by AMD Per­for­mance Labs as of 11/22/2019 uti­li­zing the Ath­lon Gold 3150U vs. Intel Pen­ti­um Gold 5405U in 3DMark 11 Per­for­mance. Per­for­mance may vary.  3DMark is a regis­tered trade­mark of Future­mark Cor­po­ra­ti­on. DAL‑3
16 Tes­ting by AMD Per­for­mance Labs as of 11/22/2019 uti­li­zing the Ath­lon Gold 3150U vs. Intel Pen­ti­um Gold 5405U in Cine­bench R15 1T and nT. Per­for­mance may vary. DAL‑1
17 Max boost for AMD Ryzen Pro­ces­sors is the maxi­mum fre­quen­cy achiev­a­ble by a sin­gle core on the pro­ces­sor run­ning a bursty sin­gle-threa­ded workload. Max boost will vary based on several fac­tors, inclu­ding, but not limi­ted to: ther­mal pas­te; sys­tem coo­ling; mother­board design and BIOS; the latest AMD chip­set dri­ver; and the latest OS updates. GD-150
18 AMD Sug­gested Etail Pri­ce in USD. Pri­ce sub­ject to change.

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