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“RedmiBook Pro 15 Ryzen” launches light version

This week, the first thin and light “Ryzen” of the RedmiBook Pro series: the RedmiBook Pro 15 Ryzen was released.

There are two versions, the R5 5600H/16GB/512GB version starts at $752 USD, and the R7 5800H/16GB/512GB version starts at $831 USD.

Although this laptop is positioned as a thin and light notebook, the Ryzen 7 5800H processor used in the RedmiBook Pro 15 Ryzen version is a genuine standard-pressure high-performance processor unit. The Ryzen 7 5800H processor is based on the Zen3 architecture and uses a single CCX design. At the same time, the three-level cache capacity is increased to 16MB.

The cache capacity that can be accessed by each core is up to 16MB, 4 times that of the Ryzen 4000 series mobile processors. The available cache capacity of a single core of the desktop version of the Ryzen 5000 processor is twice that of the Ryzen 3000 processor, which can increase the game performance by over 20%. The mobile version of Zen3 has a four-fold increase in the three-level cache capacity, making its IPC performance 20% higher compared to its predecessors. It can be said that the Ryzen 7 5800H, based on the Zen3 architecture, with 8 cores and 16 threads, is the strongest processor that can be used by the thin and light laptop.

In addition to the top-level processor, the screen of the RedmiBook Pro 15 Ryzen Edition is also the strongest of the $784 USD price-range thin and light laptops. The parameters of a 90Hz refresh rate, 3200*2000 resolution, 100% sRGB, and 1500:1 static contrast are sufficient to illustrate this point.

In terms of other configurations, the RedmiBook Pro 15 Ryzen Edition is not messing around, with parameters including dual-channel 16GB DDR4 3200MHz memory, Kioxia 512GB NVMe SSD, Intel Wi-Fi 6 AX200 wireless network card, 70Wh high-capacity lithium-polymer battery.





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