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AMD’s Ryzen AI 300-series APUs could offer graphics performance on a par with low-end discrete GPUs

AMD’s Ryzen AI 300-series APUs could offer graphics performance on a par with low-end discrete GPUs
Radeon 890M could reach into Arc A370M and GeForce GTX 1650 laptop territory.

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AMD's upcoming Ryzen AI 300-series processors are expected to deliver significant performance improvements, with around 20% higher CPU performance and 36% higher gaming performance compared to predecessors. MSI has provided some specific details about the performance of these processors, suggesting that the gaming performance is on par with some previous-generation discrete GPUs. The flagship Ryzen AI 370 AI HX 370 processor sports 12 general-purpose Zen 5-based CPU cores and an RDNA 3.5-based Radeon 890M GPU with 16 compute units. However, there are some caveats to consider, including the fact that the performance estimates are based on early engineering silicon and may not be indicative of the final product. Additionally, the leaked information about performance should be taken with a grain of salt, as it has not been independently verified. Despite these uncertainties, the preliminary score of over 3600 points suggests that the 890M or 880M iGPU could be in close distance to the GeForce RTX 2050 (Laptop) GPU. While there is good cause to be optimistic, it is important to remain cautious until more information is available.

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