AMD Officially Launches The Ryzen PRO 6000

At the beginning of the year, AMD officially released the new Ryzen 6000H and Ryzen 6000U series processors for consumer gaming notebooks, thin and light notebooks, etc., using the new upgraded 6nm process, Zen3+ CPU architecture and RDNA2 GPU architecture, both performance and energy efficiency performance are very good.

Now, AMD has officially launched the Ryzen PRO 6000 series for the commercial market, with the same process architecture, and for the first time. The H series high-performance version is included in the PRO family for users with higher demand for performance, productivity, and content creation.

AMD PRO commercial processors include two series, Ryzen PRO and Thread Ripper PRO, covering notebook, desktop and workstation markets, which have all achieved remarkable market performance in recent years.

According to data provided by AMD, from 2018 to 2021, AMD's share in the commercial notebook market of $500-1000, $1000-1500 and $1500-2000 has increased by 2.9 times, 11 times and 14 times, respectively, the more high-end momentum.

Architecture and Products -

Similar to the Ryzen 6000 series, Ryzen PRO 6000 is also based on TSMC's 6nm manufacturing process and Zen3+ CPU architecture. Not only is performance further improved by up to 30%, but energy efficiency is even more focused, with comprehensive optimization for modern, legacy software and application scenarios that can significantly extend battery life.

The GPU finally leaves the traditional Vega and takes a step forward to the same RDNA2 architecture as the latest Radeon RX 6000 series discrete graphics cards, which improves graphics performance by up to two times without sacrificing battery life, and supports the latest HDMI 2.1 and DisplayPort 2.0 video output standards, supporting up to four 4K outputs, as well as the latest video codecs.

Of course, as a commercial processor, naturally, without the unique AMD PRO technology.

In addition to traditional security protection, manageability, and business stability, the Dragon PRO 6000 series also features a built-in Microsoft Pluton security processor to provide a secure system that achieves true "core" to cloud security and fully supports the security features of Windows 11.

In terms of specific product models, there are eight Ryzen PRO 6000 series, including six H/HS high-performance series and two U low-power series, with core specification parameters corresponding to Ryzen 6000H and Ryzen 6000U series one by one.

Ryzen 9 PRO 6950H, Ryzen7 PRO 6850H and Ryzen5 PRO 6650H correspond to Ryzen 9 6900HX, Ryzen7 6800H and Ryzen5 6600H respectively, with a TDP thermal design power consumption of 45W.

Ryzen 9 PRO 6950HS, Ryzen7 PRO 6850HS, and Ryzen5 PRO 6650HS correspond to Ryzen9 6900HS, Ryzen7 6800HS, and Ryzen5 6600HS, respectively, with a TDP of 35W.

Ryzen 7 PRO 6850U and Ryzen5 PRO 6650U correspond to Ryzen7 6800U and Ryzen5 6600U respectively, with the same frequency, but the TDP setting has been adjusted from the original 15-28W to the standard 28W and adjustable range of 15-30W, which means slightly relaxed.

In addition, AMD also launched the new 7nm, Zen3/Vega architecture-based RyzenPRO 5000U series, including Ryzen7 PRO 5875U, Ryzen 5 PRO 5675U, Ryzen3 PRO 5475U, corresponding to Ryzen7 5825U, Ryzen5 5625U, Ryzen3 5425U, the TDP standard is still 15W, but the adjustable range is 10-25W.

Performance and Efficiency Comparison

According to AMD's official data, the 6850U has a 10% average CPU performance improvement and a 50% average GPU performance improvement compared to the previous generation 5850U at the same 15W TDP setting.

Relaxed to 28W, the 6850U's CPU and GPU performance can be improved by up to 30% and 110% respectively!

Ryzen PRO 6000U series compared to the competitor Intel 12th generation Core P series, the same 28W TDP, single-threaded performance is slightly weaker, multi-threaded performance crushing (8 cores to 4 cores), GPU performance is absolutely superior, office and productivity performance is generally higher, overall performance is far ahead.

AMD also compared Ryzen7 5875U and Intel Core i7-1185G7, TDP of 15W, 28W, respectively, and Raidron is naturally crushing level, especially the multi-core performance.

For notebooks, performance is critical, energy efficiency is even more critical, AMD also cited a number of bright data, such as between 2018 and 2022, power consumption reduced by 50%, beyond the Energy Star 8.0 standard requirements of up to 43%, the sharp dragon PRO 6000H series compared to Intel 12th generation Core H series energy efficiency is up to 2.6 times higher.

In addition, for the U.S. EPA Energy Star, the United States California CEC, the EU Eco Lot3/Lot9, China CNIS and other energy efficiency standards, AMD processors also all support in place.

According to the official data, Ryzen 6000 series reduces power consumption by up to 35%, 32%, and 17% respectively compared to the previous generation in video conferencing, live video streaming, and Internet access applications, mainly benefiting from the 6nm process, Zen3+ architecture, power domain/power state/platform power control, adaptive power management framework, low-power display, LPDDR5 memory, panel self-refresh, panel area refresh, Wi-Fi 6E, and a host of other technical improvements.

AMD specifically claims that the Ryzen7 PRO 6850U allows notebooks to achieve up to 29 hours of battery life. The HP EliteBook 865 G9, equipped with this processor and 76Wh battery, MobileMark 2018 measured 26.15 hours of battery life, which is another significant improvement over the 20-22 hours of performance of its own previous generation Ryzen5000 series. It is far better than the competition.


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