While the 7nm Zen2 architecture already covers the EPYC server platform, desktop rye, and fever-grade thread tearers, the more affordable APU has been slow to arrive. Earlier, AMD had said mobile APU products would be available in the first quarter of next year. For details of the APU code”, “Renoir”, enthusiasts have found the end in AMD’s Bootcamp drive file, which went live in December.
The driver shows that the “RenaultA” APU will have four categories: 15W Ultra Low Power, 45W Notebook, 65W Desktop and 35W Desktop Energy Saving Edition, with Up to 28 SKUs.
Although the CPU is a Zen 2 architecture, the GPU is Vega, but some multimedia features on the Navi RDNA architecture are introduced. The Renault-integrated GPU will have up to 13 sets of CUs (standard notebook platform), i.e. 832 stream processors and up to 11 sets of CUs for desktops.