AMD Ryzen Pro 4000 processors for business laptops with 8 cores 16 threads announced. To have Pro features for better reliability, stability and support.
AMD has announced the availability of Ryzen Pro processors aimed at business and professional notebooks. Today’s announcement includes three new Ryzen Pro 4000 series processors along with five Ryzen 4000 U-series processors which were released earlier in March but are now rated for 15W TDP which makes them optimal for laptops that are being designed for longer battery life. The key differentiator that makes these processors stand out from the normal Ryzen processors are the AMD Pro-series features such as AMD Memory Guard, Pro Security, Pro Manageability and Pro Business Ready. Like the consumer Ryzen 4000 processors that were released in March 2020, these are based on the 7nm Zen 2 architecture and have Vega graphics with up to 7 cores.
Compared to the Ryzen Pro 3000 series, these new Ryzen Pro 4000 series feature higher core counts, greater cache memory and slightly improved frequencies while being at the same power level of 15 TDP. AMD says this has resulted in 29% higher single-thread performance, 132% higher multithread performance and 13% higher graphics performance.
These are three AMD Ryzen Pro 4000 processors being launched today. Core counts have doubled compared to the previous gen of Pro mobile processors as the flagship Ryzen 7 Pro 4750U has 8 cores with multi-threading. For the Ryzen 5 Pro processor, we see two additional cores and for the Ryzen 3 Pro, we get multi-threading.
Here are the previously released Ryzen 4000 processors aimed at business use cases. These do not have the Pro features but are rated for better power consumption.
Several partners have already lined up with laptop configurations using the newly announced AMD Ryzen Pro 4000 processors. These include the Lenovo ThinkPad T14 Gen 1, T14s Gen 1, X13 Gen 1, L14/15 Gen 1. And from HP there is the HP ProBook x360 435 G7 and ProBook 445/455 G7. Availability of these laptops in the Indian market remains unknown given the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic.
|Release Date:||07 Jul 2019|