ASRock And Asus Confirm Upcoming AMD Ryzen 2400GE And 2200GE Raven Ridge 35W APUs For Mobile Platforms

ASRock and Asus AMD Ryzen 2400GE and 2200GE are low power variants of the desktop AMD Ryzen 2400G and 2200G that will be coming out in a few days time. The AMD Ryzen 2400GE And 2200GE seem to be aimed at the laptop market keeping in mind the low power and the lower frequency at which these chips operate.

On the brighter side, you still get the cores and threads and the difference in the clock speeds is not too drastic as compared to the desktop variants. This is true for the base clock as of right now as we are not sure regarding the boost frequency. We will update you regarding the matter when we have further information.

These chips have been confirmed from official ASRock and Asus sites and you can check out information from both included below. You can also check out the difference in clock speeds, at least for the base clock, at the time of writing this article.

These chips are just the start and according to AMD CEO Lisa Su:

The Raven Ridge/Ryzen Mobile design was sort of like the first step, but we are nowhere near done with everything that can be done, so you are going to see that power profile get better and better as new systems come out. So yes, I am very optimistic about the whole, like I said, I am simply amazed with some of the things that you can do, or we can do with in partnership with the OEMs.

AMD Vega Mobile has also been announced and you can read about that here. Word has it that Nvidia is working on GTX 1050 Ti Max-Q models in order to compete with AMD Ryzen Mobile as well as AMD Vega Mobile. You can click here to learn more.

All things considered, it does not seem that Nvidia is intimated by AMD as of right now and that is because of the size of Nvidia as a company and the market share that it has been able to gain and sustain over the years. According to Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang:

“we are 10x bigger than our GPU competitor, so we have a lot more suppliers…supplying us.”

Let us know what you think about the AMD Ryzen 2400GE as well as the 2200GE and whether or not this is something that you are interested in. Use the comments section below to have your voice heard.

Sarmad is our Senior Editor, and is also one of the more refined and cultured among us. He's 25, a finance major, and having the time of his life writing about videogames.