How to make more sustainable choices when updating your hardware

More than ever, companies are making more sustainable choices, from downsizing
from waste to the use of sustainable materials to sources
renewable energy.

While this may not seem like an obvious step to take, companies
should also have an interest in their computer equipment to verify that they are
use environmentally friendly tools. Laptops and
other electronic devices are felt to be a necessary evil which is not
not sustainable or environmentally friendly enough. Some may think that the devices
because laptops are almost indispensable, and therefore not durable, and
that the greenest laptop is yours.

However, choosing the right hardware – such as an energy-efficient laptop –
can really bring your company closer to its goals
sustainable development.

This is why companies need to look at the energy consumption of
PC, because it’s one of the easiest ways to reduce your footprint
carbon will rethink the way you buy your professional equipment. A
An energy-efficient PC helps reduce recurring electricity costs.
AMD’s Ryzen™ 6000 PRO processors make it easier than ever
helping to make sure you’re making the right choice. Based on the architecture
“Zen 3+”, CPUs use power management features
adaptive energy that quickly adapts to speed to ensure good
energy efficiency, AMD reduces energy consumption by 50%
between 2018 and 2022.*

Compared to the latest generation AMD Ryzen™ processors, processors
AMD Ryzen™ PRO 6000 Series can use up to 30% less power
for video conferencing and up to 45% more battery life for Microsoft Teams
compared to Intel Core i7-1260P.** This means that AMD Ryzen™ PRO CPUs
The 6000 Series can deliver up to 26 hours of laptop battery life
high-end professional**, making sure your employees don’t
must be connected to an outlet.

This is not to compromise performance. Compared to the competition,
AMD Ryzen™ PRO 6000 Series processors deliver 2x the performance
per watt, uses up to 67% fewer watts per core and renders up to
39% faster.*** The AMD Ryzen™ 9 6900HS processor has been proven, per
[Réservé à l’usage officiel d’AMD – Général]
for example, offering up to 2.6 times more energy efficiency than the “Alder Lake” i9-

The exceptional energy efficiency, the result of the collaboration between AMD and
the main energy regulators, allows you to create professional laptops
thinner, lighter and more portable. Because many companies have
hybrid work is now adopted which allows employees to share their time
between their home and office, you can be sure that your employees
there will be the necessary support everywhere.

AMD’s Ryzen™ PRO 6000 Series processors can now be found in many
there are many thin, light and powerful portable PCs where ecology matters.
The HP EliteBook G9, which includes an AMD Ryzen™ 7 PRO 6850U processor, is
designed for environmentally responsible users. It is made with aluminum
made from reclaimed ocean plastics. It uses recycled plastics
on the screen frame and covers, and shipped in a box
fully recyclable.
Similarly, the Lenovo ThinkPad Z – featuring an AMD Ryzen™ 7 PRO 6860Z CPU
in its thin and light chassis – featuring a sleek recycled aluminum frame.
Eco-friendly materials extend beyond the laptop itself with 100% compostable bamboo and cane packaging
recyclable materials and an AC adapter made from 90% post-consumer recycled material.
These laptops, thanks to their high-performance AMD Ryzen™ processors
The PRO 6000, too, is built to last, meaning you won’t have to
to replace your equipment in the near future, thus reducing the contribution of
your organization to the growing problem of e-waste.
In addition, AMD notebook processors are not only designed to
late, but they are also fully optimized for modern software and
existing ones, which means you don’t have to implement a strategy of
complete replacement. Lots of good news for your strategy
durability, which will also save you time, money and

*Based on AMD testing as of 12/14/2021 using AMD internal sampling and logging methods
AMD’s power supply to get total system power (TSP) and overall battery life by
3×3 Microsoft Teams teleconferencing, Google Chrome web browsing, and Netflix video streaming. Configuration
System requirements: AMD reference motherboard(s), a 15W Ryzen™ 7 5800U processor and 2×8 LPDDR4 memory
GB, a 28W Ryzen™ 7 6800U processor and 2×8 GB LPDDR5 memory, 1080p eDP PSR display with Varibright on
150 nits, Samsung 980 Pro 1TB SSD, WLAN on and off, Windows 11 build 22000.282, BIOS 103BRC1
(5800U) and 090RC6INT (6800U). – RMB-17

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