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Ryzen Z1 Extreme Beats Core i5-10600K, Apple M1 in Cinebench R23

AMD’s Ryzen Z1 series isn’t far from being one of the best CPUs out there. However, Zen 4-powered chips work wonders for handheld gaming devices such as Steam Deck’s main competitor, the ROG Ally. Despite being a processor with less than 30W power consumption, the Ryzen Z1 series could rival some desktop processors as long as they’re a few generations old.

For those not into the gaming handheld scene, the Ryzen Z1 Extreme is AMD’s highest performing processor for handheld devices. Equipped with the latest Zen 4 cores, his Ryzen Z1 Extreme features 8 cores, 16 threads and decent clock speeds to brag about. The octa-core chip features a base clock of 3.3 GHz and a boost clock that reaches 5.1 GHz. Nevertheless, Ryzen Z1 Extreme’s RDNA 3 based integrated graphics are largely responsible for the chip’s graphics power. It has 12 RDNA 3 compute units at 2.7 GHz.

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