The AMD Ryzen Pro 7000 series finally launched with three desktop and six laptop chipsets. For some reason, AMD has delayed the launch, as the new Pro series arrived six months after the original Ryzen 7000 series launch in September 2022. The company usually launches the Pro series a few months after the main chipsets. However, the wait seems worth it as the Ryzen Pro 7000 series has many cutting-edge enterprise features and capabilities. These chipsets support PCIe Gen5 and have been crafted using AMD’s Zen4 architecture with 4nm fabrication. Read on ahead to know more.
AMD Ryzen Pro 7000 Series Launched with AMD Zen4 Architecture
Introducing AMD Ryzen PRO 7000 Series processors. The world’s most advanced and power-efficient processors for elite ultrathin business laptops. Delivering leadership performance to advance your workforce experiences. pic.twitter.com/ZZ6sgJzOh6
— AMD PC (@AMDPC) June 13, 2023
AMD has announced its business-focused Ryzen Pro 7000 series with six laptops and three desktop chipsets. The company claims that these processors offer 31% improved multitasking capability and 34% more battery life on a 66Wh battery. Moreover, the company has also integrated AMD Ryzen AI Technology into select models. The chipsets also have modern multilayered security features to protect business machines against the most sophisticated attacks.
|Ryzen Pro 7000 Laptop Series||Cores/Threads||Clock Speed||Cache (L2+L3)|
|Ryzen 5 Pro 7540U||6/12||4.9GHz||22MB|
|Ryzen 5 Pro 7640U||6/12||4.9GHz||22MB|
|Ryzen 5 Pro 7640HS||6/12||5.0GHz||22MB|
|Ryzen 7 Pro 7840U||8/16||5.1GHz||24MB|
|Ryzen 7 Pro 7840HS||8/16||5.1GHz||24MB|
|Ryzen 9 Pro 7940HS||8/16||5.2GHz||24MB|
AMD has launched six chipsets for laptops – three 7040HS series models for high performance and three 7040U series units for battery efficiency. These include Ryzen 5 Pro 7640HS, Ryzen 5 Pro 7640U, Ryzen 5 Pro 7540U, Ryzen 7 Pro 7840HS, Ryzen 7 Pro 7840U, and Ryzen 9 Pro 7940HS.
As you can see in the table above, there are three types of Ryzen 7000 Pro series laptop chipsets, including Ryzen 5 Pro, Ryzen 7 Pro, and Ryzen 9 Pro. The starting Ryzen 5 Pro models offer up to 4.9GHz clock speed and 6 performance cores with 12 threads. They come with 22MB of cache. The Ryzen 7 Pro series features 8 performance cores with 16 threads. It offers a 5.1GHz clock speed and a 24MB cache. The top-of-the-line Ryzen 9 Pro offers the same configurations with a 5.2GHz clock speed.
|Ryzen Pro 7000 Desktop Series||Cores/Threads||Clock Speed||Cache (L2+L3)|
|Ryzen 5 Pro 7645||6/12||5.1GHz||38MB|
|Ryzen 7 Pro 7745||8/16||5.3GHz||40MB|
|Ryzen 9 Pro 7945||12/24||5.4GHz||76MB|
Coming to desktop offerings, there are three models viz. Ryzen 9 Pro 7945, Ryzen 7 Pro 7745, and Ryzen 5 Pro 7645. These chipsets come with 12, 8, and 6 performance cores, respectively, with up to 24 threads. They offer up to 5.4GHz clock speed and 76MN cache. Also, AMD has integrated dedicated graphics into Desktop offerings for the first time.
Currently, AMD has not specified when the laptops and desktops with these new chipsets will arrive in the market. However, the company did showcase Lenovo Thinkpad Z13 and Z16 with Ryzen Pro 7000 series chipsets.