On the evening of July 21st, AMD officially launched the new Ryzen 4000G, Staton 3000G series, and Ryzen PRO 4000G, Stathlon PRO 3000G series processors for the desktop consumer and commercial markets. According to the latest PPT material, AMD’s price for OE Is $309 for the Ryzen 7 PRO, which is $20 cheaper than the same 8-core 16-threaded but not integrated Reezen 7 3700X.
Ryzen 5 PRO 4650G is priced at $209 and Ryzen 3 PRO 4350G is priced at $149.
At the same time, AMD also has Radeon Graphics 8, 7, 6 to refer to the new APU’s set display, the number represents the number of CUs, multiplied by 64 is the number of streamprocessors.
Of course, PRO itself is a commercial processor, so pricing is not for the DIY market. Without the Pro, the Ryzen 4000G APU, AMD also promises a later retail launch that should be cheaper than the PRO.
According to the plan, AMD Ryzen 4000G, Staton 3000G series processors are expected to be available in the third quarter of 2020, including Lenovo, HP and other OEM partners will launch the corresponding machine products.
AMD Ryzen PRO 4000, Staton PRO 3000G series processors will be launched on July 21, 2020, by the system integrators to launch the corresponding machine products, OEM-related models will also be launched this fall.