AMD has announced its new Ryzan 5000 C-Series processors as it seeks to expand into the higher-end Chromebook segment.
The chipmaker has released four new chips with a gain of up to 4.5 GHz, including Ryzen 3 5125, Ryzen 3 5425, Ryzen 5 5625C and Ryzen 7 5825C.
The new processors, which are built on the Zen 3 architecture, offer all-day battery life and leadership performance with up to eight x86 cores.
They should offer up to 67% faster responseand up to 85 percent better graphics performancefrom the previous generation, says the seller.
AMD added that the Ryzen 5000 C-Series will expand its reach in the premium Chromebook market with new designs from Acer and HP.
“AMD is raising the bar for performance for today’s Chromebooks,” said Said Moshkelani, senior vice president of AMD’s customer business unit.
“With up to eight cores, Ryzen 5000 C-Series processors give Chromebook users the flexibility to stay turned off all day without sacrificing performance and performance.”
The new processors are coming soon in systems from OEM partners in the consumer, educational and corporate markets.
The Ryzen 7 5825C processor will launch first on the HP Elite c645 G2 Chromebook Enterprise in June.
Later this year, AMD said that the Acer Chromebook Spin 514 “will bring productivity and collaboration to consumer and enterprise customers in a durable and efficient convertible design.”
“We are working closely with AMD to power a new generation of Chromebooks for the consumer and retail market,” said John Solomon, vice president and general manager of Chrome OS at Google.
“These Chromebooks, with the new AMD Ryzen 5000 C-Series processors, are designed for greater efficiency, reliable performance and longer battery life to enable increased collaboration performance in Google Workspace and other business-critical Chrome applications. OS. “