AMD launches Ryzen Pro 4000 series processors

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AMD launches Ryzen Pro 4000 series processors

AMD has launched a series of Ryzen Pro 4000 processors that carry many new features and features in terms of firewall, protection, battery extension, as well as raising the level of performance efficiency, as stated by the company.

This series will be in direct collision in the world of computer processors with the Intel vPro series where AMD would like to create new standards in the world of computer processors.

The Pro 4000 series consists of three different classes, the first being Ryzen 7 Pro 4750U, which is an octa-core processor with 16 threads offering a basic frequency of 1.7GHz and a maximum speed of 4.1GHz.

The second chip in this category is Ryzen 5 Pro 4650U which is a hexa-core processor with 12 threads at a base speed of 2.1GHz and a maximum speed of 4.0GHz while the third processor Ryzen 3 Pro 4450U comes with four cores and 8 threads and provides a basic speed of 2.5GHz and a maximum speed of 3.7GHz.

These AMD processors are the first to be designed on Zen 2 architecture with 7nm manufacturing technology.

It can be said that the main feature of these processors is the protection technologies that they provide as the series contains an AMD Secure Processor chip that is based primarily on Microsoft’s technology to protect against piracy based on attacking nuclei in addition to having the AMD’s Memory Guard feature.

The Pro 4000 chips are the only ones that support a full memory encryption feature, according to the company claim, which means that if your working computer with this chip is stolen, the thief will not be able to access sensitive data from memory.

Greater performance efficiency and longer battery life

The company said that the performance efficiency of the Pro 4000 series exceeds its predecessors (Ryzen Pro 3000) as well as Intel processors, so that the Pro 4750U is the fastest processor dedicated to slim notebooks, outperforming the Intel Core i7-1070U, according to a number of performance indicator tests.

On the level of compatibility of the new processors with the life and performance of the battery, the company promised a marked improvement in this regard while reducing the consumption of components for energy, as it said that the 7 Pro 4750U will provide more than 20 hours of battery life.

The company has revealed that the ThinkPad production line with its T14, T14s Gen 1, X13 Gen 1, L14 and L15 Gen 1 products will be supported by new AMD processors.


Source

The Verge





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