raven ridge

  1. cageymaru

    MSI Releases AMD X470 and B450 Bios Updates for AMD Raven Ridge Processors

    MSI has announced new bios updates for its AMD X470 and B450 motherboards that support the upcoming AMD Raven Ridge processors. These models include the AMD Athlon 200GE, 220GE, and 240GE APUs. The updated BIOS version is prepared to support the future AMD Athlon 200GE, 220GE, and 240GE APUs...
  2. AlphaAtlas

    AMD Announces New Ryzen Laptop APUs

    On their website, AMD officially revealed the Ryzen 7 2800H and Ryzen 5 2600H. The 2800H is the fastest version of Raven Ridge destined for laptops so far, with a 3.3Ghz base clock, a 3.8Ghz turbo clock and a Vega IGP with 11 CUs running at 1300Mhz. The 2600H has a 3.2Ghz base clock, a 3.6 Ghz...
  3. FrgMstr

    Overclocking the Budget AMD Ryzen Raven Ridge 2200G APU

    If you are looking at building a budget gaming box to play mainstream shooter games on at 1080p, this article over at TechSpot is worth a read. No need to buy an expensive GPU and the cost on the 2200G CPU is only $100, you can pick up a B350 chipset motherboard for about $94 more. Throw in...
  4. FrgMstr

    AMD Ryzen 5 2400G and Ryzen 3 2200G Launch Today

    AMD's new Raven Ridge CPU is launching today in the form of the 2200G and 2400G CPUs. The Raven Ridge mates together its Zen CPU and Vega GPU architectures. These new parts can basically deliver a very good 1080p gaming experience. The 2400G is in stock for $170, and the 2200G street price is...
  5. cageymaru

    AMD confirms Ryzen and Vega launch timetables.

    During the fourth quarter earnings call today, AMD CEO Lisa Su confirmed that the consumer Ryzen CPU lineup will be launching in early March. The server based lineup is code named Naples and will launch in the second quarter of 2017. The AMD Zen based APU code named Raven Ridge is scheduled...