AMD will soon release the Ryzen 4000G APU series, code-named Renoir, using a 7nm process, Zen2-Vega architecture, and up to 8 cores of 16 threads. Now, there are netizens to get the physical, and released the real photo and BIOS, CPU-Z screenshots. In fact, this exposure is two, but the specific model of the chip surface has been hit with yards, only know that one is the Ryzen 7 4700G, the other is the Ryzen 5 series of a certain.
Now that the official model has been printed, it is the final retail version, can only be released.
The motherboard is Asrock B550 Taichi, but the test can also be successfully lit on the previous generation B450 motherboard, simply refreshing the BIOS. AMD’s intergenerational compatibility doesn’t fool me.
In addition, according to the BIOS, CPU-Z identification, you can confirm that Ryzen 7 4700G is 8 core 16 threads, the reference frequency is 3.6GHz, the highest acceleration frequency is 4.45GHz, the second-level cache 4MB, the third-level cache 8MB, the thermal design power consumption 65W.
Unfortunately, no test results were released this time.
According to previous news, AMD has changed the name of the Ryzen 4000G series to “upgrade”, consumer models include Ryzen 7 4700G/4700GE, Ryzen 5 4600G/4600GE, Ryzen 3 4300G/4300GE The commercial version is Ryzen 7 PRO 4750G/4750GE, Ryzen 5 PRO 4650G/4650GE, Ryzen 3 4350G/4350GE, of which the G series thermal design power consumption 65W, the GE series is 35W.
In addition, this netizen also got the Ryzen 3000XT series: