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CPU-Z v2.10 Changelog Confirms Core-Config of Ryzen AI 300-series Processors

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CPUID this week released the latest version of CPU-Z, and its change-log confirms the core-configurations of upcoming AMD Ryzen AI 300-series "Strix Point" processor SKUs. On paper, "Strix Point" packs a 12-core CPU based on the latest "Zen 5" microarchitecture, but there's more to this number. We've known since June 2024 that the chip has a heterogeneous multicore configuration of four full-sized "Zen 5" cores, and eight compacted "Zen 5c" cores. Only the "Zen 5" cores can reach the maximum boost frequencies rated for the chip, while the "Zen 5c" cores go a few notches above the base frequency, although it's expected that the gap in boost frequencies between the two core types is expected to slightly narrow compared to that between the "Zen 4" and "Zen 4c" cores in chips such as the "Phoenix 2."

The series is led by the AMD Ryzen AI 9 HX 375, an enthusiast segment chip that maxes out all 12 cores on the chip—that's 4x "Zen 5" and 8x "Zen 5c." This model is closely followed by the Ryzen AI 9 365, which AMD marked in its presentations as being simply a 10-core/20-thread chip. We're now learning that it has 4x "Zen 5" and 6x "Zen 5c," meaning that AMD hasn't touched the counts of its faster "Zen 5" cores. It's important to note here that "Zen 5c" is not an E-core. It supports SMT, and at base frequency, it has an identical IPC to "Zen 5." It also supports the entire ISA that "Zen 5" does.



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Strix Point is possibly the single most overhyped AMD product in recent memory. I'm wondering if the performance is worthy.
 
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Strix Point is possibly the single most overhyped AMD product in recent memory. I'm wondering if the performance is worthy.
It wont, because AI shit will give you bug-all perfomance increases in anything but super niche appplications that only 3 people in world reaslly use.
 
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2.10 download from cpuid (atleast zip version) got flagged for virus by MS Defender. Guru3d download was the old version.

Seems it was false positive.

2.10 download from cpuid (atleast zip version) got flagged for virus by MS Defender. Guru3d download was the old version.

Seems it was false positive.

Was false positive, just update your definitions if you get the popup.
 
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Works better than the older versions.
Now loads the CPU to only 0.328-0.368 V, while the older versions were jumping up and down between 0.2 and 1.2 V.

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Strix Point is possibly the single most overhyped AMD product in recent memory. I'm wondering if the performance is worthy.
I feel it wasn't hyped any more than any other product by any other company
 
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Strix Point is possibly the single most overhyped AMD product in recent memory. I'm wondering if the performance is worthy.
Yeah, could well be. I'm actually more interested in Lunar Lake frankly for a new light laptop to replace an old 2016 clunker. I don't massive power, just great battery life and decent performance. Not a snowball's chance in hell I'm getting an ARM laptop with the piss poor state of affairs with software. Maybe in 2-3 years.

So far none of the leaked benchmarks for Strix seem impressive at all and Zen 5c cores are weaker than Zen 4 cores except maybe at very low power.
 
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