AMD Announces Worldwide Availability of AMD Ryzen™ PRO 3000 Series Processors Designed to Power the Modern Business PC
- Powerful performance for energy-efficient business desktop PCs from processors offering up to 12 cores –
- Strong portfolio of enterprise offerings from global commercial PC manufacturers including HP and
“The launch of the Ryzen PRO 3000 Series processors for commercial and small business users is the latest demonstration of our commitment to technology leadership in 2019,” said Saied Moshkelani, senior vice president and general manager, AMD Client Compute. “Designed specifically to efficiently data-crunch, design, compose, and create – AMD Ryzen PRO and Athlon PRO processors accelerate enhanced business productivity while offering protection safeguards with built-in security features, such as full system memory encryption and a dedicated, on-die security processor.”
Powering versatile designs from both HP and
AMD Ryzen PRO 3000 Series processors deliver highly competitive performance for business desktops;
- Ryzen 9 PRO 3900 and Ryzen 7 PRO 3700 brings up to 2X faster performance than the competition at the same power, ensuring a cool and quiet PC usage environment2;
- Ryzen PRO processors offer up to an estimated 127% faster data-crunching versus the competition, from solving equations to running simulations in various industries including financial services, life science, and energy 3;
- Technology leadership with the most advanced 7nm SoC and “Zen 2” core architecture, up to 12 cores at only 65W TDP for select models.4
Every AMD Ryzen PRO processor contains a powerful, built-in security co-processor that runs AMD GuardMI technology, which is dedicated to helping protect users’ PCs. AMD Memory Guard5 helps defend against cold boot attacks with full system memory encryption, and AMD technology supports and complements OEM security features and Windows Security, including Lenovo ThinkShield™ and HP Sure Start™, among others.
In the coming months, enterprise customers will be able to purchase Ryzen PRO processor-based systems from top PC vendors including HP and
HP EliteDesk 705 G5 Series with AMD
“HP continues to strengthen its commitment to innovative PC technologies and collaborating with our partners has never been more important,” said
The high-performance HP EliteDesk 705 G5 Series offers enterprise-class productivity with the latest AMD Ryzen™ PRO processors in your choice of form factors.
- The HP EliteDesk 705 G5 Small Form Factor is the world’s first AMD desktop PC with dual-M.2 drive capability6 and delivers impressive value with powerful performance, expandability, manageability and resilient security for the modern workplace. The HP EliteDesk 705 G5 SFF will be available in September starting at
- The HP EliteDesk 705 G5 Desktop Mini is the smallest and most powerful AMD Ultra Small Form Factor (USFF) business-class PC7. With many configurable options, and built-in security and manageability in a compact design, this desktop mini pairs with the HP Mini-in-One 24 Display8 to revamp the modern workplace. The HP EliteDesk 705 G5 DM will be available in November starting at
Lenovo ThinkCentre Desktops with AMD
Lenovo ThinkCentre desktops have been available with AMD processors - offering great performance, security and energy-saving features - for more than ten years. That heritage continues with the ThinkCentre M75s-1 small form factor (SFF) and M75q-1 Tiny form factor offering the latest Ryzen PRO processors, up to 12-cores on the SFF model.
The clean and sleek look and feel is backed up with strong security and manageability features. New for 2019 AMD platforms is the Smart Power-On feature allowing users to mount the desktops in more flexible locations, such as a wall, under a desk or behind a monitor. Simply press ALT+P on the keyboard to power on the system. The M75q-1 Tiny also now includes a USB Type-C port and an HDMI port as standard and the option of two additional user-defined ports.
“Our customers want smart and secure desktops to meet the day-to-day rigors of workplace demands with the flexibility to adapt to modern workspaces,” said
AMD Ryzen™ PRO desktop processors:
|TDP9 (Watts)||Boost/Base Freq.10 (GHz)||L2 + L3 Cache (MB)|
|AMD Ryzen™ 9 PRO 3900||12 / 24||65W||4.3 / up to 3.1||70|
|AMD Ryzen™ 7 PRO 3700||8 / 16||65W||4.4 / up to 3.6||36|
|AMD Ryzen™ 5 PRO 3600||6 / 12||65W||4.2 / up to 3.6||35|
AMD Ryzen™ PRO desktop processors with Radeon™ Vega Graphics:
|TDP9 (Watts)||Boost/Base Freq.10 (GHz)||L2 + L3 Cache (MB)||Graphics Compute Units|
|AMD Ryzen™ 5 PRO 3400G||4 / 8||65W||4.2 / up to 3.7||6||11 CUs|
|AMD Ryzen™ 5 PRO 3400GE||4 / 8||35W||4.0 / up to 3.3||6||11 CUs|
|AMD Ryzen™ 3 PRO 3200G||4 / 4||65W||4.0 / up to 3.6||6||8 CUs|
|AMD Ryzen™ 3 PRO 3200GE||4 / 4||35W||3.8 / up to 3.3||6||8 CUs|
AMD Athlon™ PRO desktop processors with Radeon™ Vega Graphics:
|TDP9 (Watts)||Boost/Base Freq.10 |
|L2 + L3 Cache (MB)||Graphics Compute Units|
|AMD Athlon™ PRO 300GE||2 / 4||35W||3.4 / up to 3.4||5||3 CUs|
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1 Based on AMD analysis,
2 Testing as of
3 Testing as of
Scores are estimates based on AMD internal lab measurements/modeling and may vary. System Configurations: AMD Ryzen™ 7 PRO 3700, 1x8GB DDR4 2667MHz, RX550 4GB GPU (driver 26.20.13001.16003),
4 On Ryzen 9 PRO 3900, Ryzen 7 PRO 3700 and Ryzen 5 PRO 3600 Processors
5 For general business laptops and desktops, the AMD Memory Guard feature is included in
6 Based on business class desktops with AMD Pro processors, Windows Pro, up to 11 USB ports, TPM with two M.2 slots for storage as of
7 Based on business class USFF desktops having less than 2 liters in volume, with 9th Gen Intel processors or AMD Pro processors, integrated VESA mount and VGA, 6 USB Ports, Windows 10 Pro, and TPM. Smallest based on volume, most powerful based on processor, graphics, memory as of
8 HP Mini-in-One 24 Display sold separately. PC must be configured with optional USB-C™ with 100W Power Delivery card.
9 Though both are often measured in watts, it is important to distinguish between thermal and electrical watts. Thermal wattage for processors is conveyed via thermal design power (TDP). TDP is a calculated value that conveys an appropriate thermal solution to achieve the intended operation of a processor. Electrical watts are not a variable in the TDP calculation. By design, electrical watts can vary from workload to workload and may exceed thermal watts. GD-109
10 Max boost for AMD Ryzen PRO Processors is the maximum frequency achievable by a single core on the processor running a bursty single-threaded workload. Max boost will vary based on several factors, including, but not limited to: thermal paste; system cooling; motherboard design and BIOS; the latest AMD chipset driver; and the latest OS updates.
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