AMD brings RDNA 2 technology to Notebooks with Radeon RX 6000M series

AMD today announced the Radeon RX 6000M series that supports the next generation of RDNA 2 notebook computers. Today, during Computex 2021, AMD revealed a series of graphics cards dedicated to mobile devices, the Radeon RX 6000M, which brings to notebook computers the upgrade and improvements that were made in the RX 6000 for desktop computers, which include more efficient management and energy consumption, with support for ray tracing technology.

It is scheduled to start AMD with the launch of the Radeon RX 6800M of the new series, as this version aims to support devices with a display rate of 120 frames per second with a resolution of 1440 pixels in games, to compete with the NVIDIA version of the graphics card RTX 3080.

AMD is also preparing to launch the RX 6700M and 6600M, with the aim of these releases to support the rate of 100 frames per second in games with a resolution of 1440 pixels and 1080 pixels, respectively.

AMD stresses that the new versions provide 50% faster performance, and reduce energy consumption by 43% compared to previous versions of RDNA cards.

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