AMD has announced a range of new 12nm Zen+ Mobile processors under the 3000-series branding to better meet the expanding notebook market. This includes the Ryzen 7 3750H, a 2.3 GHz quad-core processor with 8 threads and a TDP of 35W. AMD has also made a policy change in its Windows driver line-up: all Radeon software updates will now support all Ryzen Mobile laptops. Word is: "Starting in Q1, any laptop with a Ryzen Mobile CPU that uses integrated graphics will be supported direct from AMD with a single driver package to cover all devices. This will, according to AMD, enable them with Day 0 driver support for the latest game titles and updates, as well as simplify the process between AMD, OEMs, and end users. This proved to be an especially rough point of friction with gamers and other power users on the first-generation parts, so it's a significant improvement in how AMD is going about driver support."