On their website, AMD officially revealed the Ryzen 7 2800H and Ryzen 5 2600H. The 2800H is the fastest version of Raven Ridge destined for laptops so far, with a 3.3Ghz base clock, a 3.8Ghz turbo clock and a Vega IGP with 11 CUs running at 1300Mhz. The 2600H has a 3.2Ghz base clock, a 3.6 Ghz boost clock, and a Vega 8 IGP running at 1100Mhz. Both chips feature a 35W-54W configurable TDP, which a considerable rise from the 15W TDP of previous Raven Ridge laptop parts, and support for DDR4 memory at speeds of up to 3200Mhz. Some performance specifications for the 2800H showed up in an AMD presentation some time ago, but it's not clear when laptops with these parts will launch.