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    AMD's 45W gaming-focused processors are finally ready to take the fight to Intel on laptops.
    Having first been revealed to the world at CES 2020, AMD's new series of laptop chips are ready to go out into the world, hopefully, finally offering consumers real choice. Intel has had the laptop market pretty well locked down in recent years, be that Ultrabooks or gaming notebooks, but with the Ryzen 4000 H-series, the red team is back in the fight with some pretty promising performance.

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    03-16-2020 09:11 AM

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