AMD’s New Ryzen Pro 4000 Series Launched

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AMD’s new Ryzen Pro 4000 Series launched for enterprise PC’s. For the first time, AMD took the leadership of Mobile PC with the Ryzen 4000, integrated with 16 threads and 8 cores. The processing chip supports all new security features and there are huge improvements in battery life and its performance.

According to the company the new series aims to establish a “new standard for modern Enterprise PC’s”. With the launch of the new Ryzen processor, this is a direct challenge of the company to the Intel’s vPro. AMD is also working closely with partners like Microsoft and other OEM partners (like HP, Lenovo, etc.) to test the business features compatibility. Here, in this article, we are going to cover complete information regarding AMD’s new Ryzen Pro 4000 series. Read the complete article for detailed information about the latest processor and company’s statement.

AMD’s New Ryzen Pro 4000 Series

The new Ryzen Pro series has three chips in it including

  • The Ryzen 7 Pro 4750U: Eight cores and Sixteen threads with 1.75GHz base speech which can be boosted up to 4.1GHz.
  • The Ryzen 5 Pro 4650U: Six cores and twelve threads with 2.1GHz base speed which can be boosted up to 4.0GHz.
  • The Ryzen 3 Pro 4450U: Four cores and eight threads with 2.5GHz base speed which can be boosted up to 3.7GHz.
AMD's new Ryzen Pro 4000 Series

Features

Let’s have a look in the complete features of the AMD’s new Ryzen 4000 series processor:

Security

These chips are the first Enterprise based processor developed on the company’s 7nm Zen 2 Architecture. The chips include an AMD Secure Processor, which is dedicatedly designed for primary security, this advanced and core-technology can be used to prevent kernel-level attacks and other security issues. Another important enhancement in security includes AMD’s Memory Guard encryption, by this encryption method AMD’s chips are the only chipset to support full-memory encryption. This means if someone steals your computer, they won’t be able to read sensitive data out of your memory.

Performance

AMD’s Ryzen will perform much better than its predecessors, and also it is competing with Intel vPro chips. According to AMD, Pro 4750U is the “fastest processor for ultrathin business notebooks.”, also it is far better than the Intel’s foe, the Core i7-1070U. Also, Ryzen 5 Pro 4650U surpasses the i7 in most of the AMD testings.

Manageability

AMD’s new Ryzen Pro 4000 series also includes amazing Manageability. Ryzen processors using Microsoft’s Endpoint manager, i.e., a platform for IT workers to manage PCs, servers, and other devices in their organization. This feature will overcome the biggest weakness of Intel’s vPro’s Intel Active management Technology.

Battery Life

The company also claim about enhanced and improved battery life. The new chips have so many advance features to boost up the battery life including

  • Idle detection: To detect the unused component and power down them.
  • Activity Detection: To boost up the components quickly whenever the component is needed.
  • Power-State Selection: This makes transitions in power states much easier.

Also, AMD claims that their RYzen 7 Pro 4750U can deliver battery life up to 20 hours, however, on hand uses will reveal the reality.

Final Words

AMD also launched the names of devices using AMD’s new chips along with AMD’s new Ryzen Pro 4000 series, and some of those devices include ThinkPads from Lenovo. ThinkPadT14 Gen 1, T14s Gen 1, X13 Gen 1, and L14/15 Gen 1 will feature the new Ryzen Pro 4000 series processors. We cannot say anything before live testing and results of the product on the benchmark. I hope all the systems will be out at the end of this year.

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KJ
KJ
Self-motivated, passionate, and punctual toward the work for meeting deadlines. Interested in exploring new things and being from a technical background Tech Writing is something I enjoy doing.

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