AMD Ryzen Z1 Series has been announced to power the next generation of handheld gaming consoles. The Ryzen Z1 Series comprises the AMD Ryzen Z1 and Z1 Extreme chipsets. Below are the full specifications and features.
|Specs||Ryzen Z1||Ryzen Z1 Extreme|
|Architecture||Ryzen 4nm||Ryzen 4nm|
|GPU||RDNA3 4-Cores||RDNA3 12-Cores|
AMD Ryzen Z1 Specs
AMD Ryzen Z1 Specifications: the Ryzen Z1 chip is based on AMD’s Zen4 4nm architecture and features RDNA3 GPU. It has a six-core Zen4 CPU with 12 threads and 4 RDNA3 GPU Cores. Additionally, the processor has a 22MB total cache and is capable of 2.8 teraflops graphics performance.
Other key specs include support for USB 4 connectivity, LPDDR5, and LPDDR5X memory options, AMD Radeon Super Resolution (RSR) upscaling, Radeon Chill, Radeon Image Sharpening, and AMD Link support.
AMD Ryzen Z1 Extreme Specs
AMD Ryzen Z1 Extreme Specifications: the Ryzen Z1 Extreme is based on AMD’s Zen4 4nm architecture and features RDNA3 GPU. It brings an eight-core Zen4 CPU with 16 threads and twelve RDNA3 GPU Cores. And the processor has a 24MB total cache and is capable of 8.6 teraflops graphics performance.
The Ryzen Z1 Extreme is better and faster than the Ryzen Z1 chipset. That’s the reason handheld gaming consoles that are using the Ryzen Z1 Extreme chip are more expensive.
Moreover, according to AMD, the first handheld gaming console to feature AMD Ryzen Z1 Series is the Asus ROG Ally.