Everyone games for different reasons, but every gamer understands the frustration of low framerates and stuttering caused by underpowered hardware. Even with all the years of experience companies have building high quality gaming computers, there is always room for improvement.
AMD has spent years researching and developing technology that sits at the core of the most powerful gaming laptops on the market. By optimizing its chips and innovating with technology like AMD SmartShift
AMD combines its powerful Ryzen
Certain games also take advantage of unique features like AMD Smart Access Memory, optimizing data transfer for better performance with Ryzen
To display games the way they were meant to be enjoyed, AMD FreeSync
Built to game
Triple-A games require a lot of power to run smoothly, which means hardware can heat up pretty quickly. That’s why fans and other cooling solutions exist to protect the sensitive components from damage. Unfortunately, these fans can often be quite loud and distracting during a game.
AMD built the Ryzen “Zen 3” and Radeon RDNA
AMD has also optimized its Advantage
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For years, to get the best experience in demanding games, you had to build a desktop PC or invest in a hot, heavy laptop that may as well have been a desktop. That’s not the case anymore. AMD has spent years researching, developing, and tuning its Ryzen
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AMD combines its AMD Ryzen
1. Smart Access Memory technology enablement requires an AMD Radeon RX 6000 series or RX 5000 series GPU, Ryzen 5000 or 3000 series CPU (excluding the Ryzen 5 3400G and Ryzen 3 3200G) and a 500 series motherboard with the latest BIOS update. BIOS requires support for AGESA 184.108.40.206 or higher. Download latest BIOS from vendor website. For additional information and system requirements, see https://www.amd.com/en/technologies/smart-access-memory. GD-178
2. AMD FreeSync