AMD won the gaming laptop category for the first time ever in 2020. Until the Asus Zephyrus G14, we’d never seen a laptop with an AMD CPU and AMD GPU run circles around the competition. We’ve seen since then that “AMD laptop” is no longer associated with “low-cost.” However, AMD is now aiming higher than mid-range gaming PCs, disclosing that it is working on a new CPU aimed at the “pinnacle of gaming performance,” with the “highest core, thread, and cache ever.”

According to AMD head of technical marketing Robert Hallock, the new CPU series is codenamed “Dragon Range,” and it will only be offered at 55W TDP and above — enough power to “primarily live in the area where gaming laptops are plugged in the most of the time.”

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