AMD Announces Its New Line-Up of Radeon RX 7000 Laptop GPUs at CES 2023

AMD Announces Its New Line-Up of Radeon RX 7000 Laptop GPUs at CES 2023


AMD announced the new RDNA 3 line-up of its graphics architecture for laptops at the Consumer and Electronics Show (CES). The company touted the new GPUs as being power efficient for being tuned for 50W and above, coming with “smart technologies” with new upscaling, video, and storage enhancements for 2023. The RDNA 3 architecture also has optimized performance according to the company, with unified RDNA 3 CU with RT + AI accelerators.

AMD Radeon RX 7000 series GPUs for laptops

Radeon RX 7600M and RX 7600M XT

AMD says that its Radeon RX 7600M and RX 7600M XT will provide users high FPS 1080p gaming, and the latter to be even faster than the Nvidia RTX 3060 graphics on desktop.

AMD Radeon Graphics RX 7600M RX 7600M XT
FP32 TFLOPS 28 32
GDDR6 Memory 8GB 8GB
Memory Bus 128bit 128bit

Both the GPUs will have unified RDNA 3 CUs, AV1 encode and decode, new smart technologies, and 204 mm2 chip size and 6nm process node.

Radeon RX 7600S and RX 7700S

AMD also unveiled the Radeon RX 7600S and RX 7700S laptop GPUS for thin and light laptops providing high framerate gaming.

AMD Radeon Graphics RX 7600S RX 7700S
FP32 TFLOPS 28 32
GDDR6 Memory 8GB 8GB
Memory Bus 128bit 128bit
Power 50-75W 75-100W

Similarly, to the RX 7600M and RX 7600M XT, the RX 7600S and RX 7700S have unified RDNA 3 CUs, 204 mm2 chip size, 6nm process node, and other smart technologies.

Laptops featuring the AMD Radeon RX 7000 laptop GPUs

AMD has also announced laptops that will come with these new GPUs. All the laptops are AMD Advantage Editions, so they also come with Ryzen processors and a host of other AMD software features. The laptops will be available starting February 2023. Here are all the laptops announced as featuring the new AMD Radeon RX 7000 GPUs:

Alienware M18 and M16

  • AMD Ryzen 7000 series processor
  • AMD Radeon 7000M series graphics
  • AMD Smart Technologies
  • 18” | 16” display
  • AMD FreeSync Premium

Asus TUF Gaming A16

  • AMD Ryzen 7000 series processor
  • AMD Radeon 7000S series graphics
  • AMD Smart Technologies
  • 16” QHD+ display, up to 240Hz
  • AMD FreeSync Premium

Emdoor APX970 and AG958P

  • AMD Ryzen 7000 series processor
  • AMD Radeon 7000M series graphics
  • AMD Smart Technologies
  • 17”|16” QHD+ display, up to 240Hz
  • AMD FreeSync Premium

IP3 ARN37A

  • AMD Ryzen 7000 series processor
  • AMD Radeon 7000M series graphics
  • AMD Smart Technologies
  • 16” QHD+ display, up to 165Hz
  • AMD FreeSync Premium

AMD software updates

AMD’s software improvements will benefit streaming, as the new technologies will provide a “new level of visual quality and integration.” AV1 encode support ensures higher image quality at lower bitrates, along with enhancements with artificial intelligence and machine learning.

Improvements to AMD SmartShift will help in enhancing CPU and GPU managements, as well as AMD SmartAccess which will allow the CPU to get the most out of the GPU’s RAM. AMD says this will provide up to 30% faster transcoding, 60% more battery life in League of Legends, and 33% more FPS in Forza Horizon 5.

AMD SmartShift RSR will allow upscaling technology decoupled from the GPU and add more gaming performance. It’s set to come out in the first half of 2023. AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution 3.0 is also coming soon and will be available in 230 games.

The HYPR-RX mode will allow full throttle gaming to get more performance. It will also minimize input lag. This mode combines Radeon Anti-Lag, Radeon Boost, Radeon Super Resolution technologies. Also set to come out in the first half of 2023.

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