With AMD’s official announcement of the Ryzen 4000 Series Renoir desktop APU, the first all-in-one stakes with the latest chips have been unveiled. Renoir desktop APU is a great choice for users who want a simple desktop but balance a certain amount of productivity. In addition, from the previous generation of Ryzen 5 APU to this generation of Ryzen 7 APU blossoming everywhere, but also reflects the large increase in consumer demand for high-end APU.
In the case of Ryzen 7 4700G, this Renoir desktop APU based on the Zen 2 architecture provides an 8-core/ 16-thread CPU with eight sets of RX Vega cores.
Unfortunately, early in the release, these processors were intended for OEMs and system integrators only. Even though its performance is 25% higher than that of the previous picasso APU, it is less popular in the consumer market than the three generations of APU.
Initially, the company will work with industry-leading system integrators and large PC manufacturers, including Lenovo and HEWLETt-Packard, said Rick Bergman, executive vice president of AMD’s Computing and Graphics division.
The good news is that OEMs and system integrators are actively offering a range of solutions, such as Lenovo’s Ryzen 4000G Series APU product line. The highest optional 8-core processor provides excellent graphics performance, but can still be easily loaded into a small PC case and even hung back on a monitor stand.
Asrock also offers support for the Ryzen 4000 desktop APU on the X300 board-based Desk Mini system, and more OEM manufacturers can expect standard desktops/all-in-ones for commercial/professional areas.
For example, the Lenovo 520C All-In-One, which was exposed a few days ago, is on the back of a 23.8-inch-1080p display, stuffed with the Ryzen 5 4600U APU and 16GB DDR4 memory and 512GB SSD.
HP also offers two 24-inch all-in-ones (24-dp0203d and 24-dp0202d) with the option sleuth 54500 APU and 8GB DDR4 memory plus 256GB PCIe NVMe SSD.
The regular/high-quality version of these products, priced at around $550 /650 USD (approximately 3850 / 4550 MRB) and is expected to be on the market this fall, when we are also expected to see more manufacturers launch new all-in-one products.