AMD Ryzen AI 7 PRO 160 CPU leak

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Released info on AMD's upcoming Ryzen AI 7 PRO 160 APU; 3-Core Zen 5 & 5-Core Zen 5C configuration and Radeon 870M iGPU. Is this our first look at Kraken Point?

A new leaked image from Geekbench has revealed AMD's upcoming Ryzen AI 7 PRO 160 CPU, which belongs to the Ryzen AI PRO 300 series. However, this unique chip is more than meets the eye.

Specified under the "Strix Point" family and found in the Lenovo "21M1SIT005" laptop, the Ryzen AI 7 PRO 160 CPU has 8 cores and 16 threads, with 8 MB of L2 and L3 cache. The CPU has a base clock of 2.0 GHz and a boost clock of up to 4.3 GHz.

However, the most interesting thing about this CPU is its unique core configuration: three Zen 5 cores and five Zen 5C cores in a 3+5 configuration. It also has a Radeon 870M iGPU with 8 compute units (CU) and frequencies above 2 GHz.


This configuration gives us a hint of a new APU, named Kraken Point. Kraken Point APUs are expected to have a similar hybrid Zen 5 and Zen 5C configuration, but only offer up to 8 cores and up to 12 CUs. These chips will be perfect for Mini PCs and handheld gaming consoles.

In the Geekbench 6 benchmark, the Ryzen AI 7 PRO 160 CPU achieved a score of 2514 points in the single-core and 11,772 points in the multi-core tests. This is 7% faster than the Ryzen 9 8945HS in single-core, but on par in multi-core.

Also important to note is that the "160" naming was actually used for early engineering samples, and that the chip will likely be named Ryzen AI 7 PRO 360 at launch.

We can look forward to seeing more of these Kraken Point APUs in action when they hit the market early next year at attractive price points.

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