AMD announces Ryzen PRO 7000 processors for AI-enabled business desktops and notebooks

AMD announces Ryzen PRO 7000 processors for AI-enabled business desktops and notebooks
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AMD announced, this Tuesday (13), a new line of processors for desktops and notebooks aimed at the business segment. The Ryzen PRO 7000 is a hardware family that will succeed the Ryzen PRO 6000 with a new CPU architecture, more advanced lithography and features that ensure its high performance in different jobs.

Ryzen PRO 7000 for desktop

The new desktop processors will have models with up to 12 cores and 24 threads. The models stand out for the high cache memory capacity that reaches 76 MB in the Ryzen 7 PRO 7945, the most advanced of the line. All models run at 65W TDP and have maximum clock speeds that surpass the 5GHz mark.

The Ryzen 5 PRO 7645 is the entry-level processor that stands out for featuring 48% more performance than Intel Core i5-13400its competitor, on a platform of similar specs in PCMark’s productivity tests.

AMD points out that all chips in the professional lineup are equipped with brand-exclusive security features, such as AMD Memory Guard, its hardware-based total memory encryption algorithm. Another layer of security present in the processors is Microsoft Pluton.

Ryzen PRO 7040 for AI notebooks

With low power consumption, the chips family for notebooks has six models based on Zen 4 that boast up to 8 cores, clock speeds that reach 5.2 GHz and graphics cores based on RDNA 3. for high-performance (“HS”) notebooks and ultra-thin low-power (“U”) models.

According to the company, the Ryzen 7 PRO 7840U, the most advanced model in the line aimed at ultra-thin notebooks, offers up to 18% higher CPU performance and up to 15% longer battery life during video conferencing compared to the Apple M2 Pro.

A highlight of the most advanced models in this portfolio is Ryzen AI, the first artificial intelligence engine on an x86. With this feature, the manufacturer plans to democratize the local processing of tasks based on artificial intelligence, eliminating the need for cloud services which, in turn, have a much higher latency.

Software platforms are starting to adapt to artificial intelligence – see the expectation of new AI features that should come to Windows 11. AMD’s goal is to ensure that this technology reaches users with native support in the hardware.

“Microsoft and AMD are working closely to enable Ryzen AI in key Windows features like Windows Studio Effects,” said Pavan Davuluri, corporate vice president at Microsoft.

“We truly believe that artificial intelligence will reinvent the way our customers do everything on Windows, and the introduction of these Ryzen AI-enabled business notebooks is the next step in unlocking an exceptional experience.”


The Ryzen PRO 7000 for desktops and notebooks is expected to be available in pre-built computers and notebooks from major manufacturers including HP and Lenovo. AMD has not revealed a specific date for the debut of these products.

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