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AMD 2000-Series Ryzen PRO and Athlon PRO Details Leaked

AMD Athlon Pro Ryzen Pro

Information surrounding the 2000-Series AMD Ryzen CPUs has been leaked providing details about the Ryzen Pro and Athlon Pro CPU lineups. The new Ryzen Pro CPUs are based on a 12nm architecture and will be launched in three different flavors: the Ryzen 2700X, Ryzen 2700 and Ryzen 2600. The Ryzen 2700X will have a TDP of 95W and will run at a frequency of 3.6GHz and 4.1GHz under Turbo mode. The The Ryzen 2700 will have a lower TDP of 65W and will run at 3.2GHz/4.1GHz. Lastly, the Ryzen 2600 have a TDP of 65W and will run at 3.4GHz/3.9GHz.

According to AMD, the Ryzen 2700X will offer between 24% more performance than the Intel Core-i7 8700. and the Ryzen 2600 will offer 28% more performance than the Intel Core-i5 8600. Only time will tell whether or not these claims are accurate. This information was leaked today by hd-tecnologia.

AMD Ryzen Pro 2000 Series CPU Performance


Details surrounding the Athlon Pro have also been released. The new Athlon Pro 200GE is a dual-core APU with four logical threads total. The new APU will be equipped with a Vega 3 integrated graphics card and will be based on the new Raven Ridge architecture which will run on the AMD AM4 platform. New details surrounding this CPU will be revealed on September 6th as from what we can see is the embargo lift date. The New Athlon Pro 200GE CPU is clocked at 3.4GHz with no turbo mode. TDP for the CPU will be 35W and will have an MSRP of $55 USD. Based on the Zen architecture, the new Athlon chips will be in direct competition with the Intel Pentium CPUs.

Details surrounding this leak was posted today by PCEVA.

AMD Athlon 200GE CPU Details AMD Athlon 200GE CPU Information

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[…] system builders who want to get the most out of their system without having to break the bank. AMD launched the Ryzen 2000-series earlier this year, with a growing number of affordable motherboards on the rise. The higher-end X470 chipset […]

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