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AMD Strix Point: Ryzen 9040 with Zen 5, RDNA 3 and XDNA 2 confirmed for 2024

Our colleagues at Tweaktown reported that AMD presented details of its upcoming next-generation Strix Point APUs at the AI PC Innovation Summit in Beijing.

Source: AMD

The new APUs will feature a number of improvements, including:

  • Zen 5 CPU architecture: AMD’s latest CPU architecture offers improved performance and efficiency.
  • RDNA 3 GPU architecture: An evolution of the RDNA 3 architecture with optimized performance and improved ray tracing.
  • XDNA 2 NPU: AMD’s next generation AI accelerator delivers 3x the generative AI performance of current APUs.

The Strix Point APUs will be available in two variants: Mono and Halo. The Mono variant will offer up to 12 cores (Zen 5 Zen 5C) and 16 RDNA 3 compute units. The Halo variant will offer up to 16 cores and 40 RDNA 3 compute units. Both variants will have an integrated XDNA 2 AI accelerator. The Strix Point APUs are expected to be launched in the second half of 2024 and OEMs are expected to start shipping the first devices with the new APUs in 2025.

The Strix Point APUs will compete against Intel’s next-generation Arrow Lake and Lunar Lake CPUs, which are also scheduled for release in 2024 and 2025 respectively. AMD’s Strix Point APUs offer a number of improvements over current APUs and promise a significant boost in performance and AI capabilities. The new APUs are expected to play an important role in the mobile device and edge computing market.

Expected features of the AMD Ryzen 8050 Strix Point Mono:

    • Zen 5 (4 nm) monolithic design
    • Up to 12 cores in hybrid configuration (Zen 5 Zen 5C)
    • 32 MB shared L3 cache
    • 35% faster CPU compared to Phoenix at 50 W
    • 16 RDNA 3 compute units
    • At the level of RTX 3050 Max-Q
    • 128-bit LPDDR5X memory controller
    • Integrated XDNA 2 engine
    • ~25 TOPS AI engine
    • Launch in the 2nd half of 2024 (expected)

 

Expected features of the AMD Ryzen 8050 Strix Point Halo:

      • Zen 5 chiplet design
      • Up to 16 cores
      • 64 MB shared L3 cache
      • 25% faster CPU compared to 16-core Dragon Range at 90 W
      • 40 RDNA 3 compute units
      • On par with RTX 4070 Max-Q (90W)
      • 256-bit LPDDR5X memory controller
      • Integrated XDNA 2 engine
      • ~50 TOPS AI engine
      • Launch in the 2nd half of 2024 (expected)

Source: TweakTown

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Die Kollegen von Tweaktown berichteten, dass AMD auf dem AI PC Innovation Summit in Peking Details zu seinen kommenden Strix Point APUs der nächsten Generation vorgestellt hat. Die neuen APUs werden mit einer Reihe von Verbesserungen aufwarten, darunter: Zen 5 CPU-Architektur: Die neueste CPU-Architektur von AMD bietet eine verbesserte Leistung und Effizienz. RDNA 3+ GPU-Architektur: Eine Weiterentwicklung der RDNA 3-Architektur mit optimierter Leistung und verbessertem Raytracing. XDNA 2 NPU: Die nächste Generation von AMDs KI-Beschleuniger bietet eine 3-fache generative KI-Leistung im Vergleich zu aktuellen APUs. Die Strix Point APUs werden in zwei Varianten erhältlich sein: Mono und Halo. Die Mono-Variante wird bis zu […] (read full article...)

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