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Future of Laptops in 2021 with Ryzen 5000 and Nvidia 3000

With the launch of a much better price to performance based Ryzen 5000 and Nvidia RTX 3000 Series, I think the laptops in the price range ~1000-1250 USD are about to see a major bump in their performances as compared to the current generation of laptops available in the market. However I am also a bit skeptical that the laptop manufacturers may want to keep the extra bit of pie for themselves and we may not see many competitive prices laptop in the 1000-1300 USD price range. Additionally I am very optimistic about laptop manufacturers recognizing the demand and performance for Ryzen and give them the exposure they need in the mobile segment. What say?

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7 minutes ago, anks146 said:

With the launch of a much better price to performance based Ryzen 5000 and Nvidia RTX 3000 Series, I think the laptops in the price range ~1000-1250 USD are about to see a major bump in their performances as compared to the current generation of laptops available in the market.

i suppose the new laptop refreshes would be with rtx 3000 gpus and ryzen 4000 cpus.

 

i do not know when the new amd mobile cpus are gonna release, and i dont think theyll call it the 5000 series, but i do know that this time it comes with navi graphics instead of vega, so the igpu performance should be very good.

 

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23 minutes ago, anks146 said:

With the launch of a much better price to performance based Ryzen 5000 and Nvidia RTX 3000 Series, I think the laptops in the price range ~1000-1250 USD are about to see a major bump in their performances as compared to the current generation of laptops available in the market. However I am also a bit skeptical that the laptop manufacturers may want to keep the extra bit of pie for themselves and we may not see many competitive prices laptop in the 1000-1300 USD price range. Additionally I am very optimistic about laptop manufacturers recognizing the demand and performance for Ryzen and give them the exposure they need in the mobile segment. What say?

Issue is the 3000 cards are better than the 2000 cards but with signifiacntly higher power draw. Don't know if the performance gains will be decimated by being limited power wise on laptops. 5000 series is more promising but vs the new MacBook air they just can't beat the battery life of that thing.

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18 minutes ago, ColdPressCoconutOil said:

ryzen 4000 cpu

These are already out. 

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1 minute ago, HelpfulTechWizard said:

These are already out. 

yeah i know, what i meant was the new laptop refreshes would most likely be with existing ryzen 4000 cpus paired with new rtx 3000 mobile gpus.

welcome to my potato farm

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system 1: Pentium E5200, 1024 MB DDR2 Memory, 320GB 3G HDD, Intel GMA 3100 Graphics, Random Hack Motherboard and PSU

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system 2: Athlon X2 250, 2048 MB DDR3 Memory, 3x500 GB 6G HDDs, Integrated Graphics, Random Hack Motherboard and PSU

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system 3: in the works, waiting for Zen3 and Ampere/Big Navi :3

senpai suck my ass, we'll be together

senpai suck my ass, it will last forever

senpai suck my ass, its a sweet sensation

senpai suck my ass, these words are desperation

i dont know if you will like it

but i think that you should try its

senpai please just do this for me

some say it tastes like potpourri

                                                                          -pewdiepie, 2011

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It's not so much an issue with laptop makers giving AMD the exposure they deserve, it's the fact that AMD simply doesn't have the capacity to make many chips. They couldn't rise to 50% marketshare (they're around 15% at the moment) even if they wanted to because the capacity isn't there and hasn't been there for a long, long time.

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