AMD has announced the mobile version of the Ryzen PRO 5000 series CPUs that previously debuted on its desktop counterparts.
To meet the ever-growing demands of processing power alongside enhanced security protocols to protect more digital businesses, the Zen 3 cores plus the AMD PRO Technologies brings additional protection to all systems running the new CPUs through ways of hardware integration.
But let’s go through the specifications for these chips ranging from entry-level Ryzen 3 to high-performance Ryzen 7.
Ryzen 7 PRO 5850U
Ryzen 5 PRO 5650U
Ryzen 3 PRO 5450U
For the security features, the prominent ones include Memory Guard that encrypts physical memory that stores sensitive data such as login credentials, tokens, and encryption keys that deters most memory monitoring malware while Shadow Stack prevents buffer overflow by having a stored return address for each instruction for parity purpose. These attacks are most frequently occurred in non-protected devices so by having these features built into the CPUs directly, the mitigation is permanent and unreplaceable.
According to reports, Lenovo and HP will be some of the earliest brands to push out products equipped with these chips starting around mid-2021.
I’m sure that not a lot of people know about these PRO-related features so you can click here for more information about them.