This week, AMD is bringing in a couple of brand new processors in the market meant to address the needs of a totally different market segment while still maintaining their market leadership as a follow through to the successful release of the second generation Ryzen processors.
The dual-core AMD Athlon 200GE to the market targeting the lower-end and basic computing need segment in the market. Combining the x86 “Zen” core and Radeon™ “Vega” graphics architectures in a versatile System-on-Chip (SOC) design, the Athlon 200GE desktop processor offers responsive and reliable computing for a wide range of experiences, from day-to-day needs like browsing and processing through more advanced workloads like high-definition PC gaming. It offers up to 67 percent more graphics performance and up to two times greater power efficiency, delivering 84 percent faster high-definition PC gaming than the competition.
|MODEL||CPU Cores||Threads||Processor Frequency||Graphics Compute Units||TDP (Watts)|
|AMD Athlon™ 200GE||2||4||3.2GHz||3||35W|
Additionally, the Athlon PRO desktop processor and 2nd Gen AMD Ryzen PRO lineups will feature four new processors:
|MODEL||Cores||Threads||Clock Speed Max Boost/Base (GHz)||Cache||TDP (Watts)||Graphics Compute Unit|
|AMD Athlon™ PRO 200GE||2||4||3.2||5MB||35W||3|
|AMD Ryzen 7 PRO 2700X||8||16||4.1/3.6||20MB||105W||N/A|
|AMD Ryzen 7 PRO 2700||8||16||4.1/3.2||20MB||65W||N/A|
|AMD Ryzen 5 PRO 2600||6||12||3.9/3.4||19MB||65W||N/A|
AMD PRO processors are designed for business, bringing reliability, security, and performance to address the demands of today’s compute-intensive enterprise-focused workloads. All AMD PRO processors across the product stack provide commercial-grade quality and reliability to help ensure platform longevity and support open-standard manageability to enable greater management flexibility in a multi-vendor client environment at a business-friendly price.