ASUS debuts first Ryzen-based gaming notebook

Posted June 01, 2017

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This future laptop will feature AMD's quad-core mobile Ryzen with Radeon graphics. AMD showed off its massive 32-core Epyc CPU during the company's eventful Financial Analysts Day and it looks like Threadripper will be similar to AMD's server processors.

Further, the executive said, "We were thrilled to be joined by customers and partners including Acer, Asus, Dell, HP and Lenovo to showcase their latest AMD Ryzen-powered PC". During the show, ASUS has unveiled the first AMD X399 motherboard which is compatible with the upcoming AMD Threadripper processors.

Processing power comes courtesy of AMD's Ryzen lineup, which offers three chips for the new ROG Strix: a Ryzen 7 1700, a Ryzen 5 1600, or a Ryzen 3 1200.

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It's AMD's turn for press releases here at Computex, and a number of important updates about the future of certain product lines were addressed, the big news being centered around Threadripper and RX Vega. That being said, AMD hasn't forgotten about PC gamers, and is working to bring Vega to consumers in the near future. AMD displayed the processors, which will debut in the summer of this year, for the first time. Ryzen Threadripper will feature 16-cores and 32-threads and it will utilize the new X399 platform and LGA socket. The tech company stated that the first EPYC processor-based servers will launch on June 20 and will get huge support from original equipment manufacturers and channel partners.

AMD's revitalization of ultra-premium PCs for the high-end desktop (HEDT) market was recently cemented with the announcement of Ryzen Threadripper, targeted at the world's fastest ultra-premium desktop systems, and scheduled for release this summer. At Computex 2017, AMD delivered several Ryzen Threadripper and Radeon "Vega" demonstrations, including Ryzen Threadripper and dual Radeon "Vega" based-GPUs seamlessly running Bethesda's new Prey® title at 4K resolution.

Last were the announcements of Ryzen CPUs and RX 500 GPUs being integrated into the mobile platform of laptops and notebooks. Not long ago, AMD said that the first Vega-based GPU coming to the market will be the Radeon Vega Frontier Edition, or Vega FE from now on. Vega Frontier Edition GPUs will be arriving on June 27 while the RX Vega gaming cards are expected to launch at SIGGRAPH, which is being held the end of July.