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AMD's New Ryzen AI Processors: A Mixed Bag of Performance


AMD's new Ryzen AI processors are hitting the spotlight, showcasing both impressive and underwhelming results.

In the latest benchmark tests, AMD's Ryzen AI 9 HX 370 has proven to be a powerhouse, outperforming Intel's Core Ultra 9 185H. This indicates a significant leap in performance for AMD's mobile CPUs. However, not all members of the Ryzen AI family are living up to expectations.

The Ryzen AI 7 Pro 360, for instance, delivered disappointing results. Despite having the same core count as the two-generation-old Ryzen 9 7940HS, it failed to match its performance. This highlights some inconsistencies within AMD's new lineup.

Unique Core Configuration

The Ryzen AI 7 Pro 360 features an unusual 8-core setup. It consists of two core clusters: one with three standard Zen 5 cores and another with five smaller Zen 5c cores. This design is paired with 8MB of L3 cache, 8MB of L2 cache, and a Radeon 870M GPU that includes 8 compute units (CUs). Interestingly, this processor was initially named the Ryzen AI 7 Pro 160, but AMD changed the naming convention from the 100 series to the 300 series at the last minute.

Benchmark Performance

In the CrossMark benchmark, the Ryzen AI 9 HX 370 scored 1,713 points overall. It achieved 1,549 points in productivity, 2,128 points in creativity, and 1,212 points in responsiveness. These scores highlight its robust performance across various tasks.

On the other hand, the Ryzen AI 7 Pro 360 didn't fare as well, underperforming compared to older models. This mixed performance indicates that while AMD's new Ryzen AI series has the potential to be powerful, not all models deliver consistent results.


AMD's latest Ryzen AI processors bring a mix of high and low points. The Ryzen AI 9 HX 370 stands out as a strong competitor against Intel, but the Ryzen AI 7 Pro 360's performance issues suggest that AMD still has some kinks to work out in its new lineup. As always, consumers should carefully consider their needs and the specific capabilities of each model before making a purchase.

For more information on AMD's latest releases, check out our comprehensive guide on AMD processors. Additionally, for insights into how these new CPUs compare to Intel's offerings, see our Intel vs AMD comparison.

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