AMD continues to build new developments from Zen-based processors by officially publishing the second-generation AMD Ryzen Pro processes and AMD Athlon Pro mobile devices with Radeon Vega chipsets.
The new processes target a market for the commercial notes, offering improvements in energy efficiency, greater security and regulatory capacity.
AMD is always trying to compete with its competitive Intel by putting in smaller and cheaper processes based on Zen architecture, potentially 52 per cent of improved performance. T to deliver the previous generation of AMD items.
David Tjong, AMD's Marketing Manager at AMD, said at a press conference that low cost laptops are a must for companies for this age. .
The new phase of AMD includes:
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- AMD Ryzen 7 Pro 3700U: This processor has 4 gallons working at 4 GHz and needs 15 watts of power, with the Radeon Vega 10 graphics.
- AMD Ryzen 5 Pro 3500U: This processor has 4 nuclear, working at 3.7 GHz, and 15 watts of power, with the Vega Radeon graphics 8.
- AMD Ryzen 3 Pro 3300U: This processor has 4 gallons, working at 3.5 GHz, and wants 15 watts of power, with Vega Radeon graphics 6.
- AMD Athlon Pro 300U: This processor has two nuggets, working at 3.3 GHz and needs 15 watts of power, with Vega Radeon 3 graphics.
The new AME items are surpassing the previous generation and are much faster than the Intel processes a7-8650U and i7-7600U.
The company said that new slates can run laptops with a battery life of up to 12 hours or 10 hours of battery life during a video play.
Commercial notebook users want to take advantage of the latest features including 3D models, video editing, and multi-acting, in order to achieve more.
With the processes of AMD Ryzen Pro and Athlon Pro, the company will deliver performance, attributes and capabilities for PC producers and business users, as well as performance, protection and professional attributes for enterprises and businesses.
The new Ryzen Pro processes are designed to the 12 nm production process, compared to the 14 nm manufacturing process that is still used by Intel.
The built-in features such as the secondary school process are well maintained, as well as full memory encryption, which can protect against boot attacks.
It is expected that the new HP-Lenovo-based notebooks will soon be available.
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