AMD Brings Radeon RX 6000M GPUs to ‘AMD Advantage’ Laptop Designs

AMD introduced its new Radeon RX 6000M-series laptop graphics at Computex, during a keynote by AMD’s CEO, Dr. Lisa Su. The new mobile graphics lineup is made up of the top-end AMD Radeon RX 6800M, a mid-range RX 6700M and the entry level RX 6600M. For now at least, the GPUs are being paired in systems from laptop vendors with AMD’s Ryzen processors for what the company calls “AMD Advantage.”

These are the first laptop GPUs from AMD that use its RDNA 2 architecture, with Infinity Cache for higher memory bandwidth, low power consumption (AMD claims near 0 watts at idle) and high frequencies even when the system is running at low power. The company is claiming up to 1.5 times performance over last-gen RDNA graphics and up to 43% lower power consumption.

AMD Radeon RX 6800MAMD Radeon RX 6700MAMD Radeon RX 6600M
Compute Units403628
Game Clock2,300 MHz2,300 MHz2,177
Infinity Cache96MB80MB32MB
AMD Smart Access MemoryYesYesYes
AMD Smart ShiftYesYesYes
Power Targets145W and aboveUp to 135WUp to 100W
Resolution Targets1440p1440p/1080p1080p

The most powerful of the new bunch is the AMD Radeon RX 6800M, which will be available starting June 1 in the Asus ROG Strix G15 Advantage Edition. It has 40 compute units and ray accelerators, along with a 2,300 MHz game clock, 12GB of GDDR6 memory and a 96MB cache. It will also be compatible with AMD SmartShift and Smart Access Memory.

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