Amd recently officially released the third generation of Raptor Pro 3000 CPU, raptor Pro 3000 APU and vellon Pro 300 APU processors for enterprise commercial customers. They will be listed in the fourth quarter. They are all low-power PCs with thermal design power consumption of only 65 or 35W, which are suitable for building commercial PCs with strong performance but small volume
Like the consumer version, the Ruilong Pro 3000 CPU is based on the 7Nm Zen 2 architecture. The first three models:
Ruilong 9 Pro 3900:12 core 24 threads, frequency 3.1-4.3ghz, L2 cache 6MB, L3 cache 64MB, thermal design power consumption 65W.
Ruilong 7 Pro 3700:8 core 16 threads, frequency 3.6-4.4ghz, level 2 cache 4MB, level 3 cache 32MB, thermal design power consumption 65W.
Ruilong 5 Pro 3600:6 core 12 threads, frequency 3.6-4.2ghz, level 2 cache 3MB, level 3 cache 32MB, thermal design power consumption 65W.
Among consumer products, the Ruilong 9 3900 has not been released yet, but based on the exposure, the basic frequency specification of 3.1ghz is consistent with the exposure. The specification of the Ruilong 7 3700x is exactly the same as that of the Ruilong 7 Pro 3700, which means that there may be no more Ruilong 7 3700, while the Ruilong 5 3600 and the Ruilong 5 Pro 3600 correspond completely.
Of course, as a pro commercial processor, the three new products also additionally support the security features of turstzone integrated security sub processor, dash management, secure boot, content protection, separate application security, FTPM 2.0, transparent secure memory encryption (tsme), etc.
In terms of OEM, HP and Lenovo launched the new Raptor pro, of which HP elitedesk 705 G5 was launched in September, starting from US $669, HP elitedesk 705 G5 Mini was launched in November, starting from US $679, and Lenovo ThinkCentre m75s-1 and m75q-1 will be equipped with the highest Raptor 9 3900.
In terms of APU, there are four new sharp dragons and one new speed dragon, all based on the previous generation 12NM Zen + Architecture, which is consistent with the current consumer APU. The thermal design power consumption at the end of G is 65W, while that of Ge is only 35W.
Specific models and specifications are as follows:
Ruilong 5 Pro 3400g: 4 cores and 8 threads, frequency 3.7-4.2ghz, level 2 cache 2MB, level 3 cache 4MB, integrated 704 stream processors, thermal design power consumption 65W.
Ruilong 5 Pro 3400ge: 4 cores and 8 threads, frequency 3.3-4.0ghz, L2 cache 2MB, L3 cache 4MB, integrated 704 stream processors, thermal design power consumption 35W.
Ruilong 3 Pro 3200g: 4 cores and 4 threads, frequency 3.6-4.0ghz, L2 cache 2MB, L3 cache 4MB, integrated 512 stream processors, thermal design power consumption 65W.
Ruilong 3 Pro 3200ge: 4 cores and 4 threads, frequency 3.3-3.8ghz, L2 cache 2MB, L3 cache 4MB, integrated 512 stream processors, thermal design power consumption 35W.
Speed dragon Pro 300ge: 2 cores and 4 threads, frequency 2.4-3.3ghz, L2 cache 1MB, L3 cache 4MB, integrated 192 stream processors, thermal design power consumption 35W.
It is expected that the consumer version of the Raptor 5 3400ge, the Raptor 3 3200ge and the velociro 300ge will also be released soon. Those who like ultra-low power APU can be patient and so on.
HP, Lenovo, etc. will also soon launch a new host based on Ruilong / speeddragon Pro APU.