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AMD Introduces Ryzen Z1 Series Processors, for handheld Game Consoles

By Ira James Apr30,2023 #News

If you are a fan of handheld PC gaming, you might be interested in the latest announcement from AMD. The company has launched the Ryzen Z1 series of processors, which are designed specifically for handheld Windows-based PC gaming consoles. These processors feature the advanced “Zen 4” processor technology and the powerful RDNA 3 graphics, delivering high-performance, long battery life, and stunning visuals for your favorite PC games.

The Ryzen Z1 series processors come in two variants: the Ryzen Z1 Extreme and the Ryzen Z1. The Ryzen Z1 Extreme is the ultimate high-performance processor for handheld gaming, with 8 cores, 16 threads, 12 RDNA 3 compute units, and 24 MB of cache. The Ryzen Z1 is the high-performance processor for handheld gaming, with 6 cores, 12 threads, 4 RDNA 3 compute units, and 22 MB of cache. Both processors have a configurable TDP of 15-30W, which means they can adjust their power consumption according to the workload and the device’s thermal design.

With the Ryzen Z1 series processors, you can play any PC game on the go, thanks to the Windows support and the compatibility with various game platforms and services, such as Xbox Game Pass, Steam, Epic Games Launcher, EA App, Uplay, AMD Link, Amazon Luna, GeForce Now, and more. You can also enjoy features like AMD Radeon Super Resolution, which enhances performance across thousands of games; AMD Radeon Boost, which turbocharges your game with variable rate shading; AMD Radeon Anti-Lag, which reduces input latency; and AMD Radeon Chill, which saves power by dynamically regulating framerate.

One of the first devices to feature the Ryzen Z1 series processors is the ROG ALLY, a handheld PC gaming console that promises to bring a whole new world of PC game titles to your fingertips. The ROG ALLY will be available soon, so stay tuned for more details.

AMD Ryzen Z1 Extreme
8/1612 AMD RDNA 3
compute units
24 MB
AMD Ryzen Z16/12
compute units
22 MB

By Ira James

Computer nerd who has been writing tech reviews since 2016. Contributor for the tech pages of Manila Times, Chief Editor of GGWPTECH. Loves hardware, anime, and Star Citizen.

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