GPD Win Max 2 – Mobile device updated version with Ryzen 7 7840U processor tested for PS3 emulation

Enhanced versions of the GamePad Digital-handled title are coming soon. With the introduction of new Phoenix APUs, such as the AMD Ryzen 7 7840U, a large number of manufacturers have decided to implement it in their devices. It was no different in the case of the upcoming Win Max 2 model, its performance has just been scrutinized by popular YouTuber The Phawx in a gaming emulator for the Sony PlayStation 3 console.

Updated models of GPD Win Max 2 will be available for sale soon. However, we already have an insight into how efficient the upcoming mini PCs from the Chinese manufacturer are in terms of rendering 3D graphics.

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GPD Win Max – the mini laptop will receive a version with AMD Ryzen 7 7840U, Radeon 780M and LPDDR5X RAM

To date, a lot of video materials have appeared on the Web that show the power of the current generation of mobile devices based on the integrated AMD Radeon 780M graphics chip. As we already know, the manufacturer GPD decided to update the Win Max 2 model by installing the aforementioned AMD Ryzen 7 7840U processor instead of the AMD Ryzen 7 6800U. RAM modules have also changed. Now the device supports LPDDR5x core with an effective clock speed of 7500MHz. OcuLink is also available for connecting eGPU graphics terminals (previously this could be achieved with an M.2 connected adapter). The device is equipped with a 10.1-inch screen with a resolution of 1600 pixels, a keyboard without an additional number pad, analog sticks and other buttons that are especially useful in games. Windows 11 is the system administrator here, but you can change it to Steam OS or another.

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GPD Win MAX – Mini Gaming Laptop Specifications

The aforementioned The Phawx decided to check how the portable device in one of the best configurations available to date handles PS3 games. In God of War 3, the device was able to maintain a near-constant 60fps rate, with very few dips below these values. The title Ratched & Clank: A Crack in Time turned out to be more problematic. In less demanding scenes we were able to achieve 60fps, which often dropped to around 40fps once more visual effects came into the scene. Red Dead Redemption, depending on handheld settings, was able to render from 24 to 30 frames per second. The arcade title Calling All Cars! It wasn’t much of a challenge and the FPS counter was sticking at 60. The last game was Demon’s Souls. In this case, the gameplay was also fun and the rendered frames never dropped below 30. So you can see that the integrated chip from AMD has a lot of potential. As for the mobile device itself, it will debut next month. Unfortunately, the price is still unknown.

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