AMD has just announced their Ryzen™ 4000-series mobile processors with up to eight cores and 16 threads; however, they lack PCIe 4.0 which has been included in AMD Ryzen™ desktop processors for two years since generation two, we are now in generation three.

I would like to be able to use PCIe 4.0 storage and accelerators in a bespoke Fedora/RHEL laptop; however, I will have to find a way to use an AMD Ryzen™ 9/Threadripper™ desktop processor or an AMD Epyc™ 7002 server processor.

Intel is further behind with no processors available with PCIe 4.0 whilst IBM has had PCIe 4.0 for four years.

Apple made the wrong decision to migrate from POWER to Intel x64.

AMD Ryzen 7™ 4800H

CPU Specifications
Cores 8
Threads 16
Base clock 2.9 GHz
Turbo clock 4.2 GHz
L1 Cache 512 KiB
L2 Cache 4 MiB
L3 Cache 8 MiB
RAM Type DDR4-3200 MHz & LPDDR4-4266 MHz
RAM Capacity
RAM Channels
Maximum RAM Bandwidth
ECC RAM Support
PCIe 3.0
CMOS TSMC 7nm FinFET
Package FP6
TDP 45 W
cTDP 35-54 W
Maximum Temp 105ºC
iGPU Specifications
Model AMD Radeon™ Graphics
Cores 7/8
Frequency 1600 MHz
PCIe 3.0

Intel® Core™ i9-9980HK

CPU Specifications
Cores 8
Threads 16
Base clock 2.4 GHz
Turbo clock 5.0 GHz
L1 Cache 512 KiB
L2 Cache 2 MiB
L3 Cache 16 MiB
RAM Type DDR4-2666 MHz & LPDDR3-2133 MHz
RAM Capacity 128 GiB
RAM Channels 2
Maximum Single Channel RAM Bandwidth 19.87 GiBps
Maximum Double Channel RAM Bandwidth 39.74 GiBps
EEC RAM Support No
PCIe 3.0 x 16
TDP 45 W
Maximum Temp 100ºC
iGPU Specifications
Base Frequency 350 MHz
Turbo Frequency 1250 MHz
Model Intel® UHD Graphics 630
Maximum Graphics Memory 64 GB