AMD has added another console win to their portfolio with the Chinese territory exclusive Subor Z-Plus. The Subor-Z Plus boasts of an AMD Ryzen 4C/8T processor running at 3.0GHz and Vega graphics spec'd at 24 CUs/1300MHz for the GPU in the 14 nm SoC design. In comparison, an AMD Ryzen 2400G 4C/8T processor runs at 3.8GHz but only has 11 CUs/1240MHz for the GPU. The Subor Z-Plus has 8GB GDDR5 for system ram and runs an Enterprise version of Windows IoT. So what does this mean for performance? The console is faster than a PlayStation 4 Pro as it is capable of playing Battlefield 1 and Destiny 2 at 1080p/60 although there are performance dips in areas where the CPU is strained. Due to the lack of an overclocking tool and early drivers, these performance hitches can't be corrected. The system's storage can be upgraded but obviously the AMD SoC and memory can't be upgraded. Idle power draw is in the 55-60W range and the machine is whisper-quiet. Using Crysis 3 to push the machine to max load, a 185W peak is drawn from the mains. The fans kick in and they are audible, hitting around 49dB when measured with a noise meter directly above the console. However, fan pitch is less obtrusive than PS4 Pro and based on thermal imagery, temperatures on the chassis top out at 43 degrees Celsius - again, a significant reduction compared to Sony's offering. The overall conclusion here is that Subor has delivered a quieter and cooler machine with creditable build quality.