This year AMD has changed the game for laptops with its revolutionary 7nm based Zen 2 APUs, be it gaming or daily task, these processors are real showstoppers. But did you actually know how these APUs perform in content creation? AMD has taken the chance to explain how its collaboration with Adobe has helped tune them to optimize hardware for AMD Ryzen 4000 processors.
Content creator across the globe are facing problems in this Coronavirus pandemic but they have to get their jobs done and usually a laptop is a great option for most out there due to its portability. But most laptops cannot deliver the performance you want out of it, editing videos at 4K is not a matter of joke and that requires tremendous horsepower.
Until now getting a professional job done on a mid-range laptop was a joke, crappier CPUs were flooding the market, people had to spend a lot to buy a decent laptop for getting the work done. Times change, things too, AMD’s Ryzen mobile chips brought some real improvements but until last-gen, it still locked to 4 cores and 8 threads, still good for heavy workloads but this year’s 6-core and 8-core options from AMD has changed the game.
Many laptop vendors are switching to AMD and making cost efficient laptops like we see from HP, Lenovo, ASUS and others, while beefier gaming laptops from MSI, ASUS, Dell and HP are also stealing the show. Both the Ryzen 4000U and Ryzen 4000H mobile processor lineups are great for video editing and rendering tasks, while the 15W TDP delivers superior battery life, on the other hand, the 45W TDP options gives insane performance on mobile.