AMD is expected to officially release the Ryzen 4000 series desktop APU processor at the end of the month, a few days ago, netizen ITcooker once again to get the Ryzen 7 4700G in advance of a stress test, may wish to take a look. Ryzen 7 4700G is identified as 8 core 16 threads, 4MB L2, 8MB L3, base frequency 3.6GHz, acceleration 4.45GHz, integrated Vega 8 set display, frequency up to 2100MHz, thermal design power consumption of 65 watts.
The test platform is based on the B550 AORUS Master, two 8GB DDR4 memory and cool 360mm ML360R water-cooled.
At CPU voltage 1.3875V and 45.25x octave, the 4700G full core reaches 4.525 GHz. What’s more striking is that the bus FCLK pulls to 2200MHz, the equivalent memory frequency of 4400MHz, which is simply not better. Previously, the Ryzen 7 3700X FCLK was pulled up to 1900MHz.
After over4.615GHz, pull 3700X and 9900KF to compare, single thread than 3700X better 11%, multi-thread edifle 15%, to know that the relative increase in frequency can only 5%.
Compared with 9900KF, the single core increases by 5% and the multi-core increases by 15%.
The extreme overclocking is more exaggerated, the full core reaches 4.815GHz. Note that the test did not use liquid nitrogen, but it was cooled with ice water.