Tuesday, May 16th 2017 AMD Announces Their Ryzen PRO Line-up for Workstations by Raevenlord May 16th, 2017 17:29 Discuss (6 Comments) AMD has tentatively announced the existence of an additional Ryzen line-up, Ryzen PRO, which AMD pits against Intel's i5-7500 with some interesting performance claims for professional-grade workloads. Related News Tags: AMD PRO Radeon Ryzen Ryzen PRO Workstation Mar 13th 2018 13 Major Vulnerabilities Discovered in AMD Zen Architecture, Including Backdoors (482) Jan 9th 2019 AMD's CES 2019 Keynote - Stream & Live Blog (132) Aug 22nd 2018 AMD 7nm "Vega" by December, Not a Die-shrink of "Vega 10" (194) Oct 19th 2018 AMD Expresses its Displeasure Over Intel's PT Benchmarks for 9th Gen Core (26) Jan 9th 2019 AMD Announces the Radeon VII Graphics Card: Beats GeForce RTX 2080 (157) Jan 23rd 2019 Bulldozer Core-Count Debate Comes Back to Haunt AMD (352) Dec 5th 2018 AMD 3rd Generation Ryzen Probable SKUs, Specs, Pricing Leaked? (79) Nov 12th 2018 AMD "Zen 2" IPC 29 Percent Higher than "Zen" (162) Feb 14th 2019 AMD Doesn't Believe in NVIDIA's DLSS, Stands for Open SMAA and TAA Solutions (135) Dec 7th 2018 AMD-hired Agency in South Korea Teases AMD Ryzen 7 3700X, Ryzen 5 3600X (68) Add your own comment 6 Comments on AMD Announces Their Ryzen PRO Line-up for Workstations #1 eidairaman1 The Exiled Airman Im presuming these are the APUs now? #2 Nephilim666 Minor typo in the form of "Radeon Pro" instead of "Ryzen Pro". #3 Caring1 No mention of added graphics, have they increased the compute cores? #4 cdawall where the hell are my stars These are interesting to me I just spec'd out 8 builds using i5's and would love these instead. #5 Xajel Workstations ? Why bidding on Ryzen 5 & i5 ? These are better for corporate and enterprises as work PC's where these can have better security and enterprise features.. maybe even ECC for better stability #6 cdawall where the hell are my stars Xajel said:Workstations ? Why bidding on Ryzen 5 & i5 ? These are better for corporate and enterprises as work PC's where these can have better security and enterprise features.. maybe even ECC for better stabilityMore or less generic office machines. That will open CAD drawings from time to time. Not enough that the on board on an i5 would struggle, but if I can get more power in the same price point why not. The main workstations are as of now going to be xeon based. I have been looking at the 22 core models.