AMD Ryzen Pro 6000 Series of Processors For Next-Gen Business Laptops Launched

AMD’s New Mobile APUs Boast Improved Performance & Efficiency Over Its Predecessor.
AMD Ryzen Pro 6000 Series Launched

After first teasing them at CES 2022, AMD, the american chip giant has finally launched the AMD Ryzen Pro 6000 series of processors for enterprise laptops that offer improved performance with power efficiency.

Starting from the specs, AMD’s newly launched Ryzen Pro 6000 processors which includes six new H series and two U series chips are all built using AMD’s new 6nm Zen3+ architecture (codenamed Rembrandt) and integrate a RDNA2 iGPU with up to 8 CPU cores and 16 threads running at a clock speed up to 4.9 GHz.

As far as power consumption is concerned, both the H (including a 35W HS variant for thin and light notebooks) along with U series of processors are rated to have a respective power consumption of 45W and 30W each with upto 28W used by the iGPU alone depending upon the variant of processor you choose.

Meanwhile AMD also compared its top of the line Ryzen 7 Pro 6850U processors with 8 cores and 16 threads against Intel’s 12th-gen 28W i7-1260P, which revealed that AMD’s offering delivers almost 15% higher performance in productivity applications while also delivering around 26.15 hours of battery life as pointed out by MobileMark 2018 benchmark.

AMD Ryzen Pro 6000 Security
AMD Pro Security Architecture (Source: AMD)

Besides the improved performance and power Efficiency the new x86 processors also comes with AMD’s Pro Security architecture, which for the first time in the whole x86 CPU industry offers industry-leading support for Windows Pluton Security, a level 2 security platform that protects devices against cyber attacks.

Coming to its availability, AMD’s newly launched Ryzen Pro 6000 chips (as well as some Pro 5000 chips) will first be available on HP’s Elitebook and Lenovo’s ThinkPad Z lineup of enterprise laptops that are expected to start shipping by the end of the second quarter of 2022.

Also Read: Major Leak Reveals Key Specifications of Intel’s Upcoming 56 Core Server Grade CPU

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