AMD’s Ryzen 8000 “Hawk Point” mobility processors have been spotted in a manifest (courtesy of @Harukaze). The list includes budget and low-end designs such as the Ryzen 3 8440U and the Ryzen 5 8540U. These chips refresh the Ryzen 7000 “Phoenix” family, targeting notebooks and convertibles in the first half of 2024.
The Ryzen 8000U “Hawk Point” lineup will adopt the FP7 socket and a hybrid configuration consisting of Zen 4 and Zen 4c cores. We expect them to occupy the midrange and low-end segments of the mobility market in 2024, with a TDP of 15W to 28W. The higher-end variants, featuring 8 cores and above should come from the Strix Point family.
As is the AMD tradition, these next-gen laptop processors are expected to be unveiled at CES 2024 alongside the Strix Point stack. Like Hawk Point, Strix Point will be another hybrid core design consisting of Zen 5 and Zen 5c scores in a heterogeneous configuration.
MINISFORUM Official has shared the images of the V3, a tablet utilizing the Ryzen 8000 processors. As expected, it’s a convertible with a 14″ display and a 2.5K 165Hz display paired with a powerful SoC.