AMD Ryzen 5 7530U Spotted, The Ryzen 7000 Mobile Lineup Spans Across 4 Architectures

AMD a while back announced the new naming scheme for its mobile CPUs. You can read more about that here. Today, momomo_us spotted the Ryzen 5 7530U based on the Zen3/Zen3+ architecture from the Ryzen 7000 family. Similarly, as highlighted by Videocardz, the Ryzen 7000 series is the first to support 4 different architectures (Zen2, Zen3, Zen3+ and Zen4).

The Ryzen 5 7530U

Over at sisoftware, we can find the official specifications for the Ryzen 5 7530U processor. This CPU is packed with 12CUs possibly based on the RDNA2 architecture. Similarly, the 7530U arrives with a 6 core / 12 thread configuration clocked at 2.0GHz.

AMD Ryzen 5 7530U | sisoftware

If we apply AMD’s own naming scheme, then we can obtain more information regarding this CPU.

AMD Naming Scheme For Mobile CPUs Post 2023 | AMD via Videocardz

The Ryzen 5 7530U is planned for release in 2023 as is showcased by the first character ‘7’. This SKU belongs to the Ryzen 5 family containing a ‘5’ in the second place and is based on the Zen3/Zen3+ architecture (3rd number). Within its lineup, the 7530U is a low-end variant and is targeted at Premium Ultrathin laptops having a TDP of 1528W.

  1. The 1st number determines the year in which the CPU was released. For example, the 7 in ‘7640U’ means that the CPU is from 2023 (See picture below).
  2. The 2nd number is for the market segment. For example, the 6  in ‘7650U’ means that the SKU is from the Ryzen 5 series. Any CPU below the x3xx mark will come under the umbrella of the Athlon series.
  3. The 3rd number tells users about the architecture. For example, the 4 in ‘7640U’ shows that the CPU features the Zen4 architecture.
  4. The 4th number can be one of two possibilities, it will either be a 0 or a 5. For example, the 0 in ‘7640U’ shows that the CPU is a lower-end model within its lineup. Bear in mind, this number makes a difference in specific cases only.
  5. The character at the end specifies the form factor along with the TDP. For example, the U in ‘7640U’ means that the CPU will power Premium Ultra-thin laptops.

4 Different Architectures

The Ryzen 7000 mobile lineup spans across, the 7020 series (Mendocino), the 7030 series (Barcelo-R), the 7035 series (Rembrandt-R), the 7040 series (Phoenix) and the 7045 series (Dragon Range).

Ryzen 7000 Mobile Lineup | AMD via Videocardz

Ryzen 7000 is the first lineup from AMD that supports 4 different architectures. From Zen2 -> Zen4, we can find all sorts of SKUs within this series. 

SeriesMarket SegmentArchitectureFeature Isolation
 7020 (Mendocino)    Athlon, Ryzen3, Ryzen5 Zen2Lower Model
7030 (Barcelo-R)Ryzen3, Ryzen5, Ryzen7Zen3Lower Model
 7035 (Rembrandt-R)Ryzen3, Ryzen5, Ryzen7, Ryzen9Zen3Lower Model
 7040 (Phoenix)Ryzen3, Ryzen5, Ryzen7, Ryzen9Zen4Lower Model
7045 (Dragon Range)Ryzen5, Ryzen7, Ryzen9Zen4Upper Model



Abdullah Faisal

With a love for computers since the age of five, Abdullah has always sought to delve into the depths of information, and uses it as his guiding light. He believes success is of utmost importance as history is written by the victor.
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