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AMD to potentially release Ryzen AI PRO 300 series in October, including Ryzen 7 level products

kyojuro 7/6/2024

AMD brought the new Zen 5 series architecture to COMPUTEX 2024, announcing consumer-grade processors that leverage this new technology. Among the highlights are the desktop-oriented Ryzen 9000 series and the mobile-focused Ryzen AI 300 series processors, both of which are rumored to be available this month.

It was recently revealed that AMD plans to release the new Ryzen AI PRO 300 series processors in October, only six months after the Ryzen PRO 8000 series launched in April this year. Earlier leaks had already hinted at the new Ryzen PRO models, and the latest rumors further support this information.

Much like the Ryzen AI 300 series for general consumers, the Ryzen AI PRO 300 series is part of the 'Strix Point' APUs. The initial offerings include the Ryzen AI 9 HX PRO 370 and the Ryzen AI 7 PRO 360. AMD aims to quickly introduce AI-enabled processors to the commercial market, capturing enterprise users and capitalizing on the growing AI PC market.

Interestingly, the new Ryzen AI PRO 300 series is presented as a Ryzen 7-class model. It features a Zen 5 x4 + Zen 5c x8 configuration, boasting a higher core count compared to the Zen 5 x4 + Zen 5c x6 configuration of the consumer Ryzen AI 9 365. However, the naming of the new Ryzen PRO products remains somewhat cumbersome; streamlining these names could make it easier for consumers to navigate the product lineup.

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