Industry Insider TUM_APISAK has just discovered the AMD Ryzen 3 4200G processor in SiSoft Sandra’s OpenCL list. Although the database has been deleted,media have recorded some parameters of the “Renoir” chip. Higher GPU clock frequencies mean that the chip delivers better performance. Whether it was adopted as a Vega or Navi nuclear show has not yet been confirmed.
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The AMD Ryzen 3 4200G is known to feature a GPU with 512 shader units and a frequency of 1750 MHz. This means that Renoir APU is expected to use the Navi core instead of integrating the Vega GPU.
Only the Radeon VII with a 7nm process is currently available on Vega GPUs with frequencies of more than 1700 MHz. The aPU’s nuclear frequency is obviously more conservative than that of the monosoning.
Interestingly, although the Ryzen 5 3400G is equipped with a state-of-the-art Vega 11 iGPU, it has a frequency of only 1400 MHz (100 MHz lower than the one-off version).
If the Ryzen 3 4200G does integrate the Navi GPU, it is probably a segment model that has not yet been released.
The entry-level RX 5500 (Navi 14 GPU) for OEMs (original equipment manufacturers) has a shader unit (1408) that is almost three times larger than 4200G.
While it is not currently possible to determine which option is more likely, both can clearly result in a more significant GPU performance boost than the Ryzen 3000 Picasso Series APU.
Finally, as Intel increases its investment in mobile graphics and prepares for the release of the Xe GPU, it is clear that competition in the nuclear display space will intensify.