AMD Desktop Renoir APU Present Test Database, 8-Core 16 Thread, 3.95GHz Main Frequency

The third-generation Ryzen desktop processor is only two APUs, Ryzen 3 3200G and Ryzen 33400G, and this desktop APU, codenamed Picasso, is not very impressive because The Zen 2 is too successful, and the CPU architecture is still Zen plus they are the other third-generation Ryzen processors, and the next generation of desktop APU will be Renoir, with the 7nm Zen 2 core plus Vega core, CPU will be increased to 8 Although it will come out with the Zen 3 CPU, the gap should not be that big in the case of the 7nm process.

AMD Desktop Renoir APU Present Test Database, 8-Core 16 Thread, 3.95GHz Main Frequency

Now on UserBenchmark there is a desktop version of Renoir APU test results, using Asrock’s B550 motherboard, tests show that this ES Renoir is 8 core 16 thread, the base frequency 3GHz, acceleration frequency 3.95GHz, this frequency is not yet Ryzen 9 4900H high, After all, it all ran to 4.4GHz, of course, it is still an engineering sample, TPD is not clear how much, according to the desktop APU TDP should have 65W, the final performance will certainly be better than the 45W Ryzen 9 4900H.

Renoir’s kernel architecture diagram has long been released, so we can know that it has 8 Zen 2 cores, 8MB L3 cache, the most nuclear display is Also Vega 8, so the desktop version of the specification limit is so, but the number of CPU cores increased to 8, the desktop version of ryzen 7 APU is within reach. As for the release time estimate, as in previous generations, it will have to wait until October, along with Zen 3’s CPU.

AMD Desktop Renoir APU Present Test Database, 8-Core 16 Thread, 3.95GHz Main Frequency