AMD launched the RYZEN PRO 5000 processor based on the 7nm process
AMD has officially launched the RYZEN PRO series processors in the RYZEN 5000 series. Simply put, the RYZEN PRO series processors are the best-performing processors in the RYZEN 5000 series. At the same time, these processors suitable for commercial PCs also contain additional hardware-based security functions.
Just like last year, there are three RYZEN PRO series processors launched by AMD, all of which have SMT synchronous multi-threading technology. Of course, not all RYZEN 5000 processors have SMT technology, and not all RYZEN 5000 processors are built on the ZEN 3 architecture, and this batch of RYZEN PRO 5000 processors are built on the ZEN 3 architecture.
The three processors are AMD RYZEN PRO 5850U, 5650U, and 5450U, and the core numbers are 8 cores, 6 cores, and 4 cores respectively. These RYZEN PRO processors are all built on the 7nm node of 15W TSP, and their main frequency and cache are the same as those of the non-PRO version.
In the benchmark test, AMD compared the 15W RYZEN 7 PRO 5850U and 15W RYZEN 5 PRO 5650U with the best 28W Intel Core i7-1185G7 provided by Intel. The comparison results are impressive. Starting from the 5850U, its single thread is 3% behind Intel, but it leads 65% in Cinebench multi-threading, 65% in Passmark 10 CPU Mark, and 48% in Geekbench multi-core processors. Using Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Chromium Microsoft Edge to test its performance is also better than Intel.
What’s interesting is that AMD also compares RYZEN 5 PRO 5650U with Core i7-1185G7. AMD should choose a Core i5 at the same level. However, since AMD continues to challenge 1185G7, there must be a reason, although the performance is not as good as RYZEN 7 PRO 5850U. However, 5650U is still ahead of 1185G7 in multiple tests.