The Zen5 architecture is getting closer and closer, and it will be available on desktops, laptops, and data centers. Now, the first mobile Zen5 is available at MilkyWay@Home.
In fact, there have been many AMD engineering samples on MilkyWay@Home, it seems that AMD engineers like to use this platform for testing, after all, will not reveal the specific specifications and performance.
The engineering sample number detected this time100-000000994-03_NBe affiliated withFamily 26 Model 32 Stepping 0Corresponding to the Zen5 family, specifications are only detected12 cores。
It will certainly be the pre-released mobile version, but can not be sure whether it is the mainstream Strix Point, or the top Strix Halo(Starlak), according to the current rules should be named Ryzen 8x55 series, Ryzen 8x50 series, can also be collectively referred to as the Ryzen 8050 series, Both integrated Gpus with the RDNA3.5 architecture.
Strix Point is aimed at mainstream notebooks, with up to 12 cores in the CPU part and up to 16 CU units (1024 stream processors) in the GPU part, with thermal design power consumption of 28-54W.
Strix Halo(Starlak) is for high-end game books, CPU part up to 16 cores, GPU part is up to 40 CU units (2560 stream processors), thermal design power default 55W, up to 120W.