Double the flagship quad-core model of the Ryzen 3000 APUs. AMD Ryzen desktop APUs will get a boost and grow to 8 cores, at least in terms of value.
The result of speculation is that the AMD Ryzen 4000 “Renoir” desktop APU has an 8-core, 16-wire chip that would duplicate current Ryzen 3000 APUs operated by a quad-core client (Ryzen 5 3400G)
The processor has been compared to the ASRock B550 motherboard and would support not only that and the X570 motherboard but also the B450 and X470 products.
As reported by Wccftech, this case also concerned _rogame (another high Twitter filter), which claims that there are currently (at least) two Renoir APUs being tested, the two 8-core models, one operating at 3GHz and the other one running.
At 3.5 GHz. , with a GPU that would be synchronized at 1750 MHz in both cases (you can guess that the integrated Vega graphics card will be eight computing units, just like the Ryzen 9 4900HS, which is also synchronized at this speed).
Assuming all of this speculation is about, or at least close to, the brand, we can expect a significant jump in performance with AMD’s Ryzen 4000 APUs compared to existing models.
Although user benchmarks are not the first benchmark you would turn to in an ideal world, the score of 86.2% for this presumed sample chip roughly corresponds to the type of performance you will get from the Ryzen 7 4800H. (which in the user reference database averages 86%).
In comparison, the Ryzen 5 3400G is, on average, 74%, and of course, an 8-core jump will be more than welcome for those looking for a convincing APU, although apparently, this so-called high-end chip will get a higher price per compared to the 3400G quad-core.
The price is likely to start in some way with the AMD Ryzen 7 3700X 8-core desktop processor, though that is precisely the guessing game right now, of course.
In addition, to this 8-core model, it is expected that there will be a quad-core offer for those who do not want to spend as much on APU. Wccftech sources say the new AMD Ryzen 4000 APU is expected to be released in July.
The existing Ryzen 5 3400G offers a base clock of 3.7 GHz with an increase to 4.2 GHz, and the integrated GPU is Vega 11 Graphics at 1400 MHz, with a chip with a TDP of 65 W (the latter should remain with eight inputs) central model).