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AMD Strix Point processors were officially revealed with the nomenclature Ryzen AI 300. The new series marks the debut of architecture Zen 5, RDNA 3.5 iGPU and XDNA 2 AI accelerators on notebooks. For now, AMD has only revealed two high-end SKUs: Ryzen AI 9 HX 370 e Ryzen AI 9 365.

Equipped with 12 Zen 5 and Zen 5C cores, in addition to 24 threads, the Ryzen AI 9 HX 370 also has the largest implementation of integrated graphics, the Radeon 890M, which has 16 computing units.

AMD Ryzen AI 300

The Ryzen AI 9 365 is positioned below and has 10 cores and 20 threads and Radeon 880M with 12 computing units. Both SKUs deliver up to 50 TOPS of artificial intelligence performance. Therefore, both CPUs are capable of Microsoft Copilot+.

Focus on peak AI performance

AMD guarantees that notebooks equipped with Ryzen AI 300 will have the “world’s strongest NPUs for the next generation of AI PCs”, capable of delivering 5 times more computing capacity and twice the efficiency compared to the previous generation.

Therefore, this generation would be the only one to deliver up to 50 TOPS, between 5-10 more than the Qualcomm Snapdragon Elite X and Intel Lunar Lake mobile CPUs, according to AMD itself. In relation to the Ryzen 8040, the jump in AI performance is more than 3 times, as the company itself had already guaranteed it would be before.

By placing the top-of-the-line SKU, the Ryzen AI 9 HX 370, alongside a Snapdragon X Elite CPU, AMD guarantees that it delivers up to 60% more graphics performance, 30% in multitasking and 10% in productivity. Against the Apple M3, this CPU is up to 98% faster in 3D rendering.

Speaking of graphics performance, according to the company, the top-of-the-line Ryzen AI 300 processor delivers up to 36% more gaming performance compared to the Intel Core Ultra 9 185H, top-of-the-line Metro Lake CPU. In Cyberpunk 2077, for example, the RDNA 3.5 iGPU delivers 47% more performance than Intel Arc graphics.

AMD Ryzen AI 300 games

AMD even separated a slide to explain the new nomenclature, something it has done on other recent occasions. The biggest difference, besides the addition of the acronym “AI”, is the inversion of the letters and numbers at the end of the nomenclature, in relation to how the company had been doing it.

Later this year, AMD promises that there will be more than 100 notebook models from partners such as ACER, ASUS, HP, Lenovo and MSI, equipped with the Ryzen AI 300, starting in July

Via: Tom’s Hardware

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