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AMD has announced the Ryzen 6000 series mobile processors that it has developed specifically for corporate customers. Chips powered by AMD Ryzen PRO technologies are crafted to accelerate productivity and ensure security across businesses.

While the usage rate of mobile devices has increased during the pandemic period, the way of working has also changed greatly. AMD says time spent in Microsoft Teams meetings globally has more than doubled from February 2020-2021. In addition, 73% of surveyed employees want flexible remote working options. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak and the whole process, there was a 600% increase in cybercrime.

The new processors are essentially based on the existing Ryzen 6000 mobile processors that come with the Zen 3+ microarchitecture. However, some additional features are offered for professionals. Along with the updated Zen 3+ core architecture, there are over 50 new or improved features to optimize efficiency. Here are some of them:

  • Leakage: The strength of all design elements has been optimized for more advanced leaks.
  • PC6 Restore: Hardware-assisted wake-up technologies from sleep for fast response and response.
  • CPPC (Collaborative Processor Performance Control) Capability Per Thread: Parameters are now passed to the OS specifically for threads, not just the kernel.
  • Delayed L3 startup: Adolescent L3 cache usage on wake up to improve latency.
  • Cache Dirtiness Counter: If cache losses are high, power down will not be allowed to save power in the long run.
  • Peak Current Control: New controls to save power and increase power more accurately.
  • Selective SCFCTP Recording on PC6 Input: Kernel usage check before unnecessarily waking some kernels.
  • Improved CC1 State: New way to trigger sleep when not using a kernel.

  • Graphics Performance : ~100% graphics performance improvement in real world gaming performance compared to previous generation.
  • Performance Scaling : AMD Ryzen 6000 U-Series Processors are no longer limited to 15W and bring a serious performance increase of up to 36% with TDP extending to 28W.
  • New Platform Features : USB4, HDMI 2.1, DisplayPort 2, WiFi 6E, Bluetooth LE 5.2 DisplayPort 2, DDR5/LPDDR5, PCIe 4.0 and more.
  • Deep Engineering Partners : AMD design methodologies combined with collaborative designs bring more than 200 premium platforms to market.
  • More Battery Life : Refined 6nm process combined with microarchitecture updates deliver superior battery life.
  • Microsoft Pluton Security System : The first x86 processor to fully support advanced Windows 11 security features.

Next generation chips are powered by built-in security technologies for chip-to-cloud protection against attacks. AMD also offers simple, optimized deployment and management capabilities compatible with your existing infrastructure with the PRO ecosystem.

The Ryzen 6000 series was the first x86 processor family to integrate the Microsoft pluton security processor. Combined with AMD Secure Processor, Pluton’s integrated design provides direct protection against sophisticated attacks. However, it is said to provide superior protection along with tight hardware and software compatibility.

Microsoft Pluton

We have mentioned the Microsoft Pluton platform in detail in this article before, but let’s talk about the details of this new security solution. Most computers today rely on a chip called the Trusted Platform Module (TPM), which is separate from the CPU. TPM is a hardware component used to help securely store keys and metrics that verify the integrity of the system. TPMs have been supported on Windows for over 10 years and power many critical technologies such as Windows Hello and BitLocker. As the

TPM chip performs critical security tasks, attackers have also started devising methods to attack the TPM, especially when it can temporarily gain physical access to a PC. Sophisticated attack techniques typically target the communication channel between the CPU and the TPM, a bus interface. This bus interface provides the ability to share information between the main CPU and the security processor, but also provides an opportunity for attackers to steal or modify information in transit using a physical attack.

The Pluton design builds the security ecosystem on the CPU, eliminating the potential for this communication channel to be hacked. Windows PCs using the Pluton architecture will first emulate a working TPM with existing TPM features and APIs, allowing customers to instantly take advantage of enhanced security for TPM-based Windows features such as BitLocker, System Guard.

Manageability with AMD PRO

AMD has integrated a dedicated processor into the CPU for enhanced manageability. So what is offered to customers at this point?

  • Flexibility and choice with multi-vendor support : Open standards and features over wired and wireless.
  • Seamless deployment : Support for cloud-based tools such as Windows Autopilot.
  • Simple management at scale : Modern management solutions such as Microsoft Endpoint Manager.

On the other hand, if we look at some of the opportunities offered;

  • 18 months of planned software support.
  • 24 months planned availability for a stable enterprise.
  • Enhanced OA + Validation process to ensure enterprise-grade quality.
  • Continuous validation to ensure long-term stability and quality.

AMD is launching PRO models similar to regular Rembrdant APUs. As you know, the Ryzen 6000U series is designed for thin and light laptops. However, H and HS series processors are also available in the PRO family. However, it should be noted that the HX series, which appeals to the highest level, is missing here.

H Series

(9800) 722)Zen 3+

APU Name Architecture Production Core Base Clock Boost Clock L3
AMD Ryzen 9 PRO 6950H Zen 3+ 6nm 8 / 16 3.30 GHz 4.90 GHz 20 MB RDNA 2
12 CU (2.4 GHz)
AMD Ryzen 9 PRO 6950HS Zen 3+ 6nm 8 / 16 3.30 GHz 4.90 GHz 20 MB RDNA 2
12 CU (2.4 GHz)
AMD Ryzen 7 PRO 6850H Zen 3+ 6nm 8 / 16 3.20 GHz 4.70GHz 20MB RDNA 2
12 CU (2.2GHz)
AMD Ryzen 7 PRO 6850HS 6nm 6 / 12 3.20GHz 4.70GHz 20 MB RDNA 2
12 CUs (2.2 GHz)
AMD Ryzen 5 PRO 6650H Zen 3+ 6nm 6 / 12 3.30 GHz 4.50 GHz 19 MB RDNA 2
6 CUs (1.9) GHz)
AMD Ryzen 5 PRO 6650HS Zen 3+ 6nm 6 / 12 3.30 GHz 4.50 GHz 19 MB RDNA 2
6 CU (1.9 GHz)

U Series

(980 0718)Boost

APU Name Architecture Production Base Clock Boost Clock L3
PRO 7 PRO 6850U Zen 3+ 6nm 8 / 16 2.7GHz 4.7GHz 20MB RDNA 2
12 CU (2.4) GHz)
Ryzen 5 PRO 6650U Zen 3+ 6nm 6 / 12 2.9 GHz 4.5 GHz 19 MB RDNA 2
6 CU (1.9 GHz)
15 -30W

Ryzen 5000 PRO Zen 3 Series

AMD also made some improvements on its old Zen 3 architecture based processors and released new models. it took.

APU Name Architecture Production Core Base Clock Boost Clock L3
AMD Ryzen 7 PRO 5875U Zen 3 7nm 8 / 16 2.0GHz 4.5GHz 20MB 15-30W
Ryzen 5 PRO 5675U Zen 3 7nm 6 / 12 2.3GHz 4.3GHz 19 MB 15-30W
Ryzen 3 PRO 5475U Zen 3 7nm 4 / 8 2.7GHz 4.1GHz 10MB 15-30W

AMD, compared the next generation Zen 3+ Ryzen 6000 PRO chips against its own Ryzen 5000 PRO processor. The Ryzen 7 PRO 6850U is 1.1x faster in terms of CPU performance compared to the older Ryzen 7 PRO 5850U. When the power configuration is 28W, the difference is up to 1.3 times.

As for graphics performance, the difference is 1.5x at the 15W power limit, and more than double when it goes up to 28W.

Red team also did a benchmark with 12th Gen Alder Lake-P Core i7 processors. According to AMD, Ryzen 7 PRO 6000 U Series processors perform close to Intel chips in a single core. AMD chips excel at multi-core workloads. Again, when it comes to graphics, the superiority of AMD APUs is emphasized.

AMD also specifically states that the Ryzen 7 PRO 6000 series chips with 8 high-performance cores are 17% faster in Microsoft Teams conferences against Intel Alder Lake rivals.

On the other hand, according to the company, high-end Ryzen 6000 Series APUs can offer 2.6 times more power efficiency than the “Alder Lake” 19-12900HK. However, the company managed to reduce power consumption by 50% from 2018 to 2022.

AMD focuses on battery life and energy efficiency issues with the Ryzen 6000 series. In this context, power consumption has been reduced by 35% for video conferences, 15% for web browsing and up to 32% for video streams.

AMD has not neglected to make a comparison with Intel in this regard. Compared to the 12th generation Core i7-1260P in video conferences, a 45% difference is mentioned. However, there is no particular processor model specified by AMD here.

As for the MobileMark 2018 usage tesdollar series, the reds claim to take the lead in this regard with the Ryzen 6000. The Ryzen 7 PRO 6850U can play up to 29 hours of video in certain scenarios.

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