Ryzen APU (codenamed “Renoa”) based on the 7nm Zen2 architecture has covered the mobile platform, but the desktop platform has been delayed, and the sex price installation is missing a good choice. Recently, the processor identified as AMD 100-000000149-40-40/40/30_Y appeared in the Userbenchmark database, the AM4 interface, running on the Asrock B550 Taichi motherboard, 8 core 16 threads, the base frequency 3.0GHz, accelerated 3.95GHz.
The running score shows that its performance is above 86.2%, roughly the same level as the 8-core 16-threaded Ryzen 9 4900H. However, it is important to note that the 4900H accelerates up to 4.4GHz, but the TDP is only 45 watts. In addition, Usertest’s assessment of CPU performance has always been inaccurate, for a while it’s good to see.
Of course, the desktop Ryzen APU should be set at 65 watts of TDP, and more computing units are expected to be delivered to the GPU (Vega or Navi is unknown).
Media reported that the price of the 8-core Ryalong desktop APU in 200 to 250 dollars, 4 core in 150 to 200 dollars, is expected to launch in July this year.