At Computex 2024 today, AMD unveiled its new generation of Ryzen processors designed to redefine both laptop and desktop computing experiences. The focus for these new chips is twofold: delivering significant performance improvements and integrating advanced AI capabilities across the product line.

Powering Up Laptops with AI

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For the ever-growing market of ultra-thin laptops, AMD introduced the Ryzen AI 300 Series processors. These chips boast up to 12 cores and 24 threads based on the new “Zen 5” architecture, promising a significant leap in processing power for tasks like content creation and multitasking.

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A key highlight of the Ryzen AI 300 Series is the inclusion of a dedicated AI engine built on the XDNA 2 architecture. This engine allows for efficient local processing of AI workloads, translating to faster content creation, smoother workflow automation, and an overall more responsive user experience.

AMD claims that the Ryzen AI 300 Series also integrates the world’s most powerful Neural Processing Unit (NPU), offering a remarkable 50 TOPS of AI processing power.

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Gamers and demanding users won’t be left behind either. The Ryzen AI 300 Series integrates AMD Radeon 800M graphics, ensuring smooth performance in even the most graphically intensive games and applications. To further solidify their commitment to the mobile market, AMD announced partnerships with leading laptop manufacturers like Acer, ASUS, HP, Lenovo, and MSI. These companies are already developing next-generation laptops powered by the Ryzen AI 300 Series processors.

New Ryzen 9000 Series Desktop Processors

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For desktop users, AMD unveiled the Ryzen 9000 Series processors, targeting gamers and content creators seeking the ultimate performance edge. These processors boast an average 16% improvement in instructions per clock (IPC) compared to the previous generation, making them ideal for handling demanding tasks. AMD claims that the flagship Ryzen 9 9950X processor takes the crown as the world’s fastest consumer desktop processor.

The Ryzen 9000 Series is built for the future, offering compatibility with the new Socket AM5 motherboard platform. This platform boasts support for cutting-edge technologies like PCIe 5.0, DDR5 memory, USB4, and WIFI7, ensuring users have access to the latest advancements in connectivity and data transfer speeds.

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Further enhancing the desktop experience, AMD introduced the X870 and X870E chipsets, designed specifically for the Ryzen 9000 Series processors. These chipsets enable faster DDR5 overclocking with AMD EXPO Technology and offer increased PCIe lanes for a more robust connection ecosystem.

The X870E chipset boasts an additional advantage, featuring 24 PCIe 5.0 lanes with 16 dedicated to graphics. This translates to double the bandwidth compared to competing platforms when both PCIe 5.0 storage and graphics are utilized simultaneously.

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The availability of the Ryzen 9000 Series processors is expected in July 2024 for DIY enthusiasts and system integrators.

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AMD’s announcements extended beyond the headline-grabbing Ryzen processors. The company showcased continued support for the popular AM4 platform with the introduction of the Ryzen 9 5900XT and Ryzen 7 5800XT processors. These new additions provide users with more options within the established AM4 ecosystem.

Making AI Development More Accessible

For the burgeoning field of AI development, AMD introduced the AMD Radeon PRO W7900 Dual Slot workstation graphics card. This card is specifically optimized for high-performance AI workloads, offering excellent performance-per-dollar value.

Additionally, AMD unveiled the AMD ROCm 6.1 software, designed to improve accessibility and scalability for developers working on AI projects using AMD Radeon GPUs.

With this comprehensive range of announcements, AMD has made a clear statement about its commitment to pushing the boundaries of performance and integrating advanced AI capabilities across its entire Ryzen processor portfolio. This approach caters to the evolving needs of both laptop and desktop users, offering them the power and features necessary to excel in a world increasingly driven by content creation, gaming, and artificial intelligence.

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