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AMD Introduces AI-Focused Ryzen AI 300 Ryzen CPUs and Fastest Consumer Processor

Ryzen AI 300 Processors are available in two models: the twelve-core Ryzen 9 HX 370, operating between 2.0GHz and 5.1GHz, and the ten-core Ryzen 9 365.

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AMD has revealed its latest processors at the trade show in Taiwan. AMD CEO Lisa Su introduced the Ryzen AI 300 Series, capable of 50 trillion operations per second (TOPS). This outclasses Qualcomm's 45 TOPS processors, which power Microsoft´s new AI-enabled Surface Pro. In comparison, Intel´s recently presented next-generation laptop processor, Lunar Lake, delivers over 100 TOPS, according to the company.

The Ryzen AI 300 Series uses a 4nm fabrication process, offering better energy efficiency and performance. This lineup also introduces Zen 5c density cores in the Ryzen 9 series, aiming to balance power and efficiency in high-performance computing tasks. The  CPUs are designed for demanding AI workloads, including real-time translation and improved .

Ryzen AI 300 Processors are available in two models: the twelve-core Ryzen 9 HX 370, operating between 2.0GHz and 5.1GHz, and the ten-core Ryzen 9 365, which reaches up to 5.0GHz. Both variants come with integrated Radeon 800M graphics and utilize new XDMA2 architecture and Xen 5 cores. Importantly, AMD's neural processing unit (NPU) supports block FP16, a data type that preserves both quality and speed in tasks.
 

Server Market Strategy and Future Plans

Targeting the server segment, AMD is preparing a new CPU dubbed “Turin.” The CPU will support up to 192 cores, with a 128-core version already showing superior benchmarks against fourth-gen Intel Xeons. Expected in the latter half of the year, Turin is designed for optimal performance without the need for quantization steps, underscoring the role of NPUs in handling sophisticated data types.

Aside from AI advancements, AMD is also emphasizing the desktop market, which still sees over 50 million units sold yearly. The Ryzen 9000 Series includes processors with six to 16 cores, operating from 3.9GHz to 4.4GHz, with the 9950X model reaching 5.7GHz, making it the fastest consumer CPU to date, according to AMD CEO Lisa Su. Additionally, AMD introduced the Radeon PRO W7900 Dual Slot Workstation Graphics Card at $2,999, featuring 96 compute units, 96 ray accelerators, and 192 AI accelerators, promising superior performance for demanding tasks like running Llama 3 70B Q4.

Key PC makers such as HP, Lenovo, and ASUS have shown strong interest in the 300 Series, with more than 30 partners committed to integrating AMD's new processors into their products.

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Markus Kasanmascheff
Markus Kasanmascheff
Markus is the founder of WinBuzzer and has been playing with Windows and technology for more than 25 years. He is holding a Master´s degree in International Economics and previously worked as Lead Windows Expert for Softonic.com.

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